Wilbur Pickering's 106 conflations

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Conflation or Confusion?

Index of verses discussed:
[ 1 ] Matthew 3:12
[ 2 ] Matthew 16:11
[ 3 ] Matthew 17:25
[ 4 ] Matthew 20:21
[ 5 ] Matthew 23:25
[ 6 ] Matthew 24:38
[ 7 ] Matthew 26:22
[ 8 ] Matthew 26:36
[ 9 ] Matthew 26:70
[ 10 ] Matthew 27:55
[ 11 ] Mark 1:4
[ 12 ] Mark 1:28
[ 13 ] Mark 1:40
[ 14 ] Mark 5:42
[ 15 ] John 4:29
[ 16 ] John 5:37
[ 17 ] John 7:39
[ 18 ] John 10:19
[ 19 ] John 10:31
[ 20 ] John 11:22
[ 21 ] John 12:9
[ 22 ] John 14:14
[ 23 ] John 16:4
[ 24 ] John 17:23
[ 25 ] John 18:40
[ 26 ] Acts 7:16
[ 27 ] Acts 10:48
[ 28 ] Acts 14:15
[ 29 ] Acts 24:14
[ 30 ] Acts 25:5
[ 31 ] 1 Corinthians 7:34
[ 32 ] Philippians 1:18
[ 33 ] Colossians 2:2
[ 34 ] Colossians 3:17
[ 35 ] 1 Thessalonians 5:27
[ 36 ] Hebrews 7:22
[ 37 ] Revelation 6:1/2
[ 38 ] Revelation 6:5
[ 39 ] Revelation 6:7/8
[ 40 ] Matthew 4:3
[ 41 ] Matthew 9:18
[ 42 ] Matthew 27:41
[ 43 ] Luke 24:53
[ 44 ] Acts 20:28
[ 45 ] Acts 25:6
[ 46 ] 2 Corinthians 11:3
[ 47 ] Ephesians 2:5
[ 48 ] Colossians 1:12
[ 49 ] Revelation 17:4
[ 50 ] Matthew 7:10
[ 51 ] Matthew 7:18
[ 52 ] Matthew 8:1
[ 53 ] Matthew 9:2
[ 54 ] Matthew 10:3
[ 55 ] Matthew 10:13
[ 56 ] Matthew 12:4
[ 57 ] Matthew 12:46
[ 58 ] Matthew 13:28
[ 59 ] Matthew 14:6
[ 60 ] Matthew 14:34
[ 61 ] Matthew 15:14
[ 62 ] Matthew 17:7
[ 63 ] Matthew 19:9
[ 64 ] Matthew 20:10
[ 65 ] Matthew 22:13
[ 66 ] Mark 4:5
[ 67 ] Mark 7:35
[ 68 ] Mark 9:49
[ 69 ] Mark 12:17
[ 70 ] Luke 9:57
[ 71 ] Luke 10:42
[ 72 ] Luke 11:12
[ 73 ] Luke 12:30
[ 74 ] Luke 13:2
[ 75 ] John 5:15
[ 76 ] John 6:69
[ 77 ] John 7:41
[ 78 ] John 9:6
[ 79 ] John 9:8
[ 80 ] John 11:44
[ 81 ] John 13:24
[ 82 ] John 13:36
[ 83 ] Acts 11:7
[ 84 ] Acts 23:9
[ 85 ] Romans 6:12
[ 86 ] 1 Corinthians 9:21
[ 87 ] 2 Corinthians 7:14
[ 88 ] 1 Thessalonians 3:2
[ 89 ] 2 Thessalonians 3:4
[ 90 ] Hebrews 9:10
[ 91 ] Matthew 10:23
[ 92 ] Matthew 27:23
[ 93 ] Mark 6:33
[ 94 ] Mark 8:26
[ 95 ] Mark 9:38
[ 96 ] Luke 9:10
[ 97 ] Luke 9:34
[ 98 ] Luke 11:54
[ 99 ] Luke 12:18
[ 100 ] Luke 24:47
[ 101 ] John 2:15
[ 102 ] John 11:21
[ 103 ] John 11:32
[ 104 ] John 13:26
[ 105 ] John 14:5
[ 106 ] 1 Peter 5:8
 

Steven Avery

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The two used by Wallace as examples in 2006 are countered neatly by James Snapp:

Luke 9:10 (KJV)
And the apostles, when they were returned,
told him all that they had done.
And he took them,
and went aside privately into a desert place belonging to the city called Bethsaida.
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Wallace nonsense NETBible
tc There is a seeming myriad of variants for this text. Many mss read εἰς τόπον ἔρημον (eis topon erēmon, “to a deserted place”; א*,2 [1241]) or εἰς τόπον ἔρημον πόλεως καλουμένης Βηθσαϊδά (eis topon erēmon poleōs kaloumenēs BēthsaiHda, “to a deserted place of a town called Bethsaida”; [A] C W Ξmg [f1, 13] [565] 𝔐) here, while others have εἰς κώμην λεγομένην Βηδσαϊδά (eis kōmēn legomenēn BēdsaiHda, “to a village called Bedsaida”; D), εἰς κώμην καλουμένην Βηθσαϊδά εἰς τόπον ἔρημον (eis kōmēn kaloumenēn BēthsaiHda eis topon erēmon, “to a village called Bethsaida to a deserted place”; Θ), or εἰς τόπον καλουμένον Βηθσαϊδά (eis topon kaloumenon Bēthsaida, “to a place called Bethsaida”; Ψ). The Greek behind the translation (εἰς πόλιν καλουμένην Βηθσαϊδά, eis polin kaloumenēn BēthsaiHda) is supported by (𝔓75) א1 B L Ξ* 33 2542 pc co. The variants can be grouped generally into those that speak of a “deserted place” and those that speak of a place/city/town called Bethsaida. The Byzantine reading is evidently a conflation of the earlier texts, and should be dismissed as secondary. The variants that speak of a deserted place are an assimilation to Mark 6:32, as well a harmonization with v. 12, and should also be regarded as secondary. The reading that best explains the rise of the others—both internally and externally—is the one that stands behind the translation and is found in the text of NA27.

tn Or “city.”

Luke 24:53 (KJV)
And were continually in the temple,
praising and blessing God. Amen.
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Kirsopp Lake on Mark 9:43
https://archive.org/details/america....Faculty.v6.1902/page/n98/mode/1up?q=Harklean

Mark 9:43 ((AV)
And if thy hand offend thee, cut it off:
it is better for thee to enter into life maimed,
than having two hands to go into hell,
into the fire that never shall be quenched:

9:43 If your hand causes you to sin, cut it off! It is better for you to enter into life crippled than to havetn Grk “than having.”
" href="https://biblia.com/books/gs-netbible/Mk9.43#" style="font-size: 16px; -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; margin: 0px; padding: 0px; vertical-align: baseline; background: rgb(254, 254, 254); outline: currentcolor; font-family: "Times New Roman", times, serif; text-align: justify; text-indent: 24px; color: rgb(25, 119, 222) !important;">54 two hands and go into hell,sn The word translated hell is “Gehenna” (γέεννα, geenna), a Greek transliteration of the Hebrew words ge hinnom (“Valley of Hinnom”). This was the valley along the south side of Jerusalem. In OT times it was used for human sacrifices to the pagan god Molech (cf. Jer 7:31; 19:5–6; 32:35), and it came to be used as a place where human excrement and rubbish were disposed of and burned. In the intertestamental period, it came to be used symbolically as the place of divine punishment (cf. 1 En. 27:2, 90:26; 4 Ezra 7:36). This Greek term also occurs in vv. 45, 47.
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9:43 If your hand causes you to sin, cut it off! It is better for you to enter into life crippled than to havetn Grk “than having.” two hands and go into hell,sn The word translated hell is “Gehenna” (γέεννα, geenna), a Greek transliteration of the Hebrew words ge hinnom (“Valley of Hinnom”). This was the valley along the south side of Jerusalem. In OT times it was used for human sacrifices to the pagan god Molech (cf. Jer 7:31; 19:5–6; 32:35), and it came to be used as a place where human excrement and rubbish were disposed of and burned. In the intertestamental period, it came to be used symbolically as the place of divine punishment (cf. 1 En. 27:2, 90:26; 4 Ezra 7:36). This Greek term also occurs in vv. 45, 47.
" href="https://biblia.com/books/gs-netbible/Mk9.43#" style="font-size: 16px; -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; margin: 0px; padding: 0px; vertical-align: baseline; background: rgb(254, 254, 254); outline: currentcolor; font-family: "Times New Roman", times, serif; text-align: justify; text-indent: 24px; color: rgb(25, 119, 222) !important;">55 to the unquenchable fire.tc Most later mss have 9:44 here and 9:46 after v. 45: “where their worm never dies and the fire is never quenched” (identical with v. 48). Verses 44 and 46 are present in A D Θ f13 𝔐 lat syp,h, but lacking in important Alexandrian mss and several others (א B C L W Δ Ψ 0274 f1 28 565 892 2427 pc co). This appears to be a scribal addition from v. 48 and is almost certainly not an original part of the Greek text of Mark. The present translation follows NA27 in omitting the verse number, a procedure also followed by a number of other modern translations.
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