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The Genuineness of 1 John 5.7 by David Martin 2.4

By | September 19th, 2017|Categories: Comma Johanneum, David Martin|

Of Robert Stephen's Manuscripts WE have seen in the foregoing Chapter the extreme perplexity in which Mr. Simon arid Mr. Emlyn are found with reference to the Manuscripts of Complutum and Erasmus; they could not [...]

The Genuineness of 1 John 5.7 by David Martin 1.5

By | September 19th, 2017|Categories: Comma Johanneum, David Martin|

Other proofs that the Text of the witnesses in heaven was in the old Italick Version.   TO the age of St. Cyprian immediately succeeded that, in which St. Jerom flourish'd. The first Latin Version [...]

The Genuineness of 1 John 5.7 by David Martin 1.4

By | September 19th, 2017|Categories: Comma Johanneum, David Martin|

That the Text of the three witnesses in heaven was from the first Ages in the Italick Version., prov'd from the quotations of Tertullian and St. Cyprian. IT is not from the MSS. themselves of [...]

The Genuineness of 1 John 5.7 by David Martin 1.2

By | September 10th, 2017|Categories: Comma Johanneum, David Martin|

CHAP. II. The Text of the three witnesses in heaven clear'd up, for the better understanding the importance and force of it, which were spoke of in the foregoing Chapter. THE first thing, which here [...]

The Genuineness of 1 John 5.7 by David Martin Part 1

By | September 10th, 2017|Categories: Comma Johanneum, David Martin, Preservationist Textual Criticism|

This will be a 24-part series covering David Martin's The Genuineness of the Text of the First Epistle of Saint John V.7 The 7th Verse of the Fifth Chap. of St. John's first Epistle, There are [...]

Follow Up: Codex Montfortianus, Erasmus, and 1 John 5:7

By | June 17th, 2016|Categories: Comma Johanneum, Confessional Textual View, Erasmus, Erasmus Myths, Greek Language, Post Slider on Main Page|Tags: , , , , , , |

In a previous article I addressed the issue of Codex Montfortianus and Erasmus and showed that the so called "British" Codex that Erasmus used could not be Codex Montfortianus.  I was pleased to find out [...]