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  1. Steven Avery

    New Testament editions that were contra heavenly witnesses - 1500s-1600s after Erasmus 1 & 2

    Letis In 1658, Curcllaeus published at the famous Elzevir Press, his own edition of the Greek New Testament. It was the first edition, produced by a known editor, to regard the comma Johanneum as inauthentic (he placed the passage in brackets), since Erasmus left it out of his first two editions...
  2. Steven Avery

    Theodore Letis section on heavenly witnesses and 1 Timothy 3:16

    Remember, this was all missed by Grantley From sacred text to religious text: an intellectual history of the impact of erasmian lower criticism on dogma as a contribution to the English Enlightenment and the Victorian crisis of faith (1995) Theodore Letis...
  3. Steven Avery

    Geneva Bible accused of Arianism - Theodore Letis note on John Howson

    Letis p. 247 1. The Geneva Bible (1560) knows of no variants at all in either case and gives full orthodox exposition to the received Trinitarian readings. Nevertheless, the accusation of...
  4. Steven Avery

    scholastic writings 1440-1730

    scholastic writings 1440-1730 From the pre-Erasmus era to the publication of Newton, which triggered direct responses. ============================================ Pure Bible Forum the earliest scholastic arguments for οϛ...
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    Jesus as God: The New Testament Use of Theos in Reference to Jesus (2008) Murray J. Harris
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    review of Berriman also this section is discussed here Samuel Davidson on Pelagius (not the verse)...
  7. Steven Avery

    Macarius of Jerusalem - connected to Gelasius

    Macarius of Jerusalem - (fl. 312-335) Review of John Berriman (1741) Velthusen (1773) John Berriman direct...
  8. Steven Avery

    Methodius of Olympus

    Methodius of Olympus (d. 311) Any mention in Berriman, Henderson, Burgon ? The English edition below says first published in 1869. Oration on Simeon and Anna
  9. Steven Avery

    Lactantius (c. 250 – c. 325)

    Lactantius (c. 250 – c. 325) Velthusen (1773) Christian Observer (1809) "The mediator came, that is, God in the flesh" Panoplist (1812) -...
  10. Steven Avery

    Justin Martyr - Epistle to Diognetus

    Justin Martyr Dialogue with Trypho - Volume 1 (1745) Henry Brown NOTE: This is Henry Brown, NOT Justin Martyr John Berriman
  11. Steven Avery

    Hilary of Poitiers and Hilary the Deacon

    Hilary of Poiters Hilary of Poitiers (Latin: Hilarius; c. 310 – c. 367)[2] was Bishop of Poitiers and a Doctor of the Church. He was sometimes referred to as the "Hammer of the Arians" (Malleus Arianorum) and the "Athanasius of the West",[3] His...
  12. Steven Avery

    Gelasius of Cyzicus - ὃ (which) - until Vatican Libary inquiry

    Gelasius of Cyzcius Berriman - Galasius Christian Observer (1810) Nolan
  13. Steven Avery

    Eustathius of Antioch

    This looks like it will take some additional checking. Eustathius of Antioch early 4th century - sometimes Eustatius Very possibly the same, note Orthodox Wiki has two entries Eustathius of...
  14. Steven Avery

    Jacinda Ardern Facebook post and NZ reports of adverse reactions

    reddit Jacinda Ardern Wellington, New Zealand. - Sept. 28 "Like all medicines, you might experience some mild side effects 1—2 days after...
  15. Steven Avery

    Clement of Rome

    2nd Epistle of Clement to the Corinthians (1922) Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge - SPCK - Editorial Secretary did the translation John Mawer
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    Apostolic Constitutions

    Christian Observer (1809-10) - JTH or Joseph Jowett Panoplist - Review of Griesbach (1812)
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    John Cassian

    John Cassian John Cassian, also known as John the Ascetic and John Cassian the Roman (Latin: Ioannes Eremita Cassianus, Ioannus Cassianus, or Ioannes Massiliensis;[2] c. AD 360 – c. 435), John Cassian
  18. Steven Avery

    major concerns

    TOP MICROBIOLOGIST WARNS IF YOU DARE TAKE THE 2ND COVID SHOT, "GOD HELP YOU" Photographic Evidence of Cellular Damage Caused by the COVID Vaccine - Dr. Ryan Cole The...
  19. Steven Avery

    Epiphanius, Deacon of Catania (787) - At the 2nd Nicene Council (Epiphanius the Deacon) - Deus manifestatus est in carne."

    Included by Brian Ebenezer Henderson "Deus manifestatus est in carne." Some people mistakenly told Berriman this phrase was in Jerome. The History of the Works of the Learned ...: Containing Impartial Accounts and Accurate Abstracts of...
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    "deus manifestatus est in carne" Cornwall Burgon