- Has the Bible Been Kept Pure?
- The Church and the Bible by John Owen (Vol 16)
- The Ecclesiastical Text
- From Sacred Text to Religious Text
- Thou Shalt Keep Them
- A Treatise of Divinity by Edward Leigh
- Hebrew and Talmudical Exercitations
- Encouragements to a Reformation
- Confutation of the Rhemist Testament
- A History of the Debate Over 1 John 5:7,8
- Theos Ephanerōthē en Sarki Or, A Critical Dissertation Upon 1 Tim. Iii. 16
- The Plain Man’s Senses Exercised
- A Critical Dissertation upon the Seventh Verse of the Fifth Chapter of St. John’s First Epistle
- Συν θεωι ἐν χριστωι. The Answer to the Preface of the Rhemish Testament
- The First Twelve Chapters of the Gospel according to St. Matthew
Divine Truth in English, is as truly the Word of God, as the same Scriptures delivered in the Originall Hebrew and Greek; yet with this difference, that the same is perfectly, immediately, and most absolutely in the Originall Hebrew and Greek, in other Translations, as the vessels wherein it is presented to us, and as far forth as they do agree with the Originalls. And every Translation agreeing with the Originall in the matter, is the same Canonicall Scripture that Hebrew or Greek is.
Lyford, The Plain Man’s Senses Exercised. p.49READ MORE
An individual may know that the English translation is of God by three ways–by the ministry; by the light of God shining in the translation; and by the testimony and approbation of the guides of the church. Nonetheless a man does not acknowledge that the English Bible is the Word of God on the authority of the guide, but because the guide shows him the reasons, which he then sees and understands.
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