Greek for the Street 3a: Greek manuscripts (low quality version)





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Published on May 26, 2011

The history of how the New Testament was passed down throught Alexandrian Greek papyri, Byzantine texts and the Textus Receptus, and subequent English translations of the Bible. Looks at the variations between these manuscripts, and how they prove that the New Testament was not doctored by the church or any one particular group. This is the first part of the Greek for the Street DVD3. The second part (on the DVD) shows how to use ESword Bible software to analyse some of the most common textual variants.
Knowing about the history of the Greek New Testament and textual variants plays an important part in Bible study and exegesis.
The speaker is Duncan Forbes from New Life Church, Roehampton, London (formerly Calvary Chapel Wandsworth.
We have a higher quality video of this at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vdmpB...

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