Youtube Videos to review (recent)

Steven Avery

Facebook - 1 John 5:7 - Nick Sayers on Origen

Facebook - Textus Receptus Academy - Nick Sayers on Cyprian - Part 1

Facebook - Textus Receptus Academy - Nick Sayers on Tertullian - Part 2

Youtube - Clement of Alexandria - Nick Sayers

Youtube - 1 John 5:7 Is Authentic Proved by Legendary Greek Grammarian - Taylor DeSoto

Youtube - Johannine Comma and the Complutensian Polyglot - Nick Sayers

Youtube - Johannine Comma and Joseph Bryennios - Nick Sayers

Youtube - Jehovah is the true name of God - Yahweh is Jupiter - Nick Sayers


Youtube - Joshua Gibbs - Critical Text Only??? - Steven Avery and Nick Sayers - Sinaiticus James Snapp - Helge Evenson

Youtube - More on 1 John 5:7~Covering Contra-Arguments & more with Steven Avery -


Youtube - Jordan Kurecki - Evaluation of James White on 1 John 5:7

Youtube - Steve Waldron - Review l 1 John 5:7 By Joshua Alvarez

Youtube - Examining the testimony of David Pallmann concerning the KJV -

PBF - Andy Ansell on Steve Waldron Youtube

Youtube - Nikolaos Sotiropoulos,

Youtube - Brian Denlinger

Youtube - Michael Maynard DBS

Youtube - Matt Singleton

Youtube - Tarek Saleeby

James Snapp contra Bart Ehrman - homoeoteuton min 22-28 Cyprian "more natural" ehrman blog
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Steven Avery


hi mks1621 1. Simonides indicated many others working on corrections, he also indicated that this was a decades long effort of Benedict, there is no problem if he did mostly NT and part of the OT, and embellished his contribution a bit 2. Simonides explains how they got the parchment at Mt. Athos from an existing work that was mostly blank. 3.The Vitoliano Donati description is a so-so match, with round letters. There is nothing specific to Sinaiticus, like a list of books. 4. The New Finds was accessible in the 1840s and 1850s. The sense is that they were used as a dump room for inconvenient parts, such as a good chunk of Hermas that embarrassed Tischendorf since the Simonides Hermas of 1855-56 was so close to the Sinaiticus Hermas The Arabic was likely put on in Sinai at the monastery c. 1850, not from Simonides. If this "sticks" I can add more!