Harmonizing Apparent Contradictions in the OT Historical Books, Part 1—Samuel & 1 Chronicles

Most readers of the Old Testament are puzzled by the historical books, with all its intricate details, numbers and genealogies. Especially puzzling is the question of why there appear to be two apparently divergent histories in the Old Testament. First, there is the history contained in Samuel and Kings, and then there is the history […]

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Dr. Stephen Boyce Canon and Textual Criticism Discussion

#newtestament #bible #theology #apologetics #textualcriticism Michael Lofton has a discussion with Dr. Stephen Boyce on the New and Old Testament Canon and New Testament Textual Criticism. They discuss the reliability of the New Testament, the deuterocanonicals, comma johanneum, pericope adulterae and the longer ending of Mark. ___________________________________________________________________ Disclaimer: Any view expressed by a host, contributor […]

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