The Zosimas project is looking for the right Greek-reading-savvy individual, or two, who would love a fascinating Greek-textual project. A good logical mind in looking at textual relationships. Working...
Rebecca Tourniaire did an incredible series of interviews with the brothers Ronnie (1961-2015) and Danny in 2007. You learn a lot about Ron, and the history, and also the weird dig done around 2006.
Facebook on Pure Bible...
Vaccine Pandemic: Part 1: The Inoculation Controversy of the 1700s
Vaccine Pandemic: Part 2: Opposition to Vaccines by Doctors and Others in History...
Luke 3:36 Which was the son of Cainan, which was the son of Arphaxad,
which was the son of Sem, which was the son of Noe,
which was the son of Lamech,
New Evidence for Kainan in New Testament and LXX Papyri...
Expositio fidei catholicae
This is given by Charles Forster, and is more on the level of an allusion.
Brevis Expositio Fidei or "Expositio fidei catholicae"
We should determine if this is covered under another name or author, and have a translation done.
Note the other confessions of faith...
Athanasius - Disputation Contra Arius at Nicea
Disputation Contra Arium
This is likely a fourth century work either by or about Athanasius at Nicea.
Some scholarship has tried to make it later, and Charles Forster is excellent in correcting that error.
We start with the KJVToday section...
First, Lilia Diamantopoulou, who is very well versed on Simonides, offered the idea that Benedict is Michael Sipachios, who was born in 1768 in Symi.
Die getäuschte Wissenschaft: Ein Genie betrügt Europa – Konstantinos Simonides
Nope. It has a lot of modern translational error that come from the same folks.
However, there are barely any spots, if any, where a Critical Text variant is chosen over the Received Text variant.
AV defenders lose credibility by claiming otherwise.
Recent thread on:
Grantley Robert McDonald has written two books that are rather unique.
McDonald, G. (2016). Bibliography. In Biblical Criticism in Early Modern Europe: Erasmus, the Johannine Comma and Trinitarian Debate (pp. 323-374). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. doi:10.1017/CBO9781316408964.010...