PCE - Pure Cambridge Edition - italics

Steven Avery


Italics can only be judged when the use of italics is thoroughly understood. Seeing that there is only a superficial understanding of how italics are used, and more likely a wishful thinking of how they ought to be used on the part of those who have judged presumptuously, the whole issue cannot be said from the outset to be "demonstrably inconsistent", in that it is neither demonstrated to the neutral investigator, nor are the supposed rules which are being violated actually articulated and themselves analysed.

This is beside the fact that the words in italics are not demonstrating in themselves any variation in Scripture, because Scripture was not first inspired with italic or different typeface being used, and that the same words are present regardless of calligraphy.

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