The Comma Johanneum

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On this page you will find posts, websites, books, and other resources defending the authenticity of 1 John 5:7.

510, 2017

The Genuineness of 1 John 5.7 by David Martin 2.2

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CHAP. II. Of the first Greek Editions, in which the Text of the three witnesses in heaven is read, and of those in which this Text is not inserted. Before I come to speak of [...]

510, 2017

The Genuineness of 1 John 5.7 by David Martin 2.1

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PART the SECOND. In which, the passage of St. John's Epistle, There are three in heaven, &c. is prov'd to be genuine from the Greek Copies, and the use of the Greek Church. CHAP. I. [...]

2909, 2017

The Genuineness of 1 John 5.7 by David Martin 1.10

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CHAP. X. What judgment must be passed upon the Latin of the Vulgate of St. Jerom, which have not the Text of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost. WERE we so happy as [...]

2909, 2017

The Genuineness of 1 John 5.7 by David Martin 1.9

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CHAP. IX. That the Text of the three witnesses, the Father, the Word, and the Holy Ghost, and these three are one, was always in St. Jerom's Version. MR. Emlyn does not deny but this [...]

2909, 2017

The Genuineness of 1 John 5.7 by David Martin 1.8

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C H A P. VIII. Of the judgment St. Jerom has made of this Text, in his Prologue to the seven Catholick Epistles 'Tis impossible but that St. Jerom must have seen in the Italick Version [...]

2709, 2017

The Genuineness of 1 John 5.7 by David Martin 1.7

By |September 27th, 2017|Categories: Comma Johanneum, Confessional Textual View, David Martin, Preservationist Textual Criticism|0 Comments

C H A P. VII. Other quotations of the Italick Verston in favour of the passage in St. John's Epistle, taken from two ancient Tracts, ascrib'd to St. Fulgentius. ST. Fulgentius, Bishop of Ruspe in [...]