Textual Scholar James Snapp Jr. takes on Mike Ferrando and Mike Hollner over the originality of I John 5:7 in the Greek Textus Receptus New Testament and the King James Bible! Hollner & Ferrando take the affirmative on the originality of I John 5:7, Snapp the Negative.
DISCLAIMER: James Snapp chose not to have a partner in this debate and wanted to challenge both debaters at once.
"Are believers even aware of this 'Mountain of Evidence' that is out there for I John 5:7?"
(Mike Ferrando; part-4 in I John 5:7 series in defense of the Comma Johanneum.
Mike Ferrando and myself are offering a challenge to a debate rebuttal on the originality of the Comma in I John 5:7 as read in the Greek Textus Receptus and the King James Bible. This challenge is open to all Critical Text Scholars, New Testament Scholars, Byzantine only camps, and even for those on the fence in between. We will respond in the 'spirit of meekness' (Gal 6:1), while standing firm in our belief that I John 5:7 is God's inspired word and original.
Part 2 showing some Old Latin witnesses for the I John 5:7 before Jerome's Latin Vulgate and even Vaticanus and Sinaiticus.
Part 3 of 7. In this series we discuss early Gnostic corruptions of the Greek text and how at times the Latin may preserve proper readings.
In this part 4 series Mike Ferrando debunks the critics arguments that Cyprian did not quote I John 5:7 and we also discuss the 460 Bishops and their witness to I John 5:7 before the Arians.
In this part 5 episode we discuss the critical element of faith and spiritual discernment which is often overlooked or ignored in textual debates.
In Part 6 Mike Ferrando discusses yet another church father witness called Fulgentius (462-533 AD) who not only quotes the Comma in I John 5:7, but also refers to Cyprian quoting the Comma!
In this part 7 series we do a short recap of all the previous six parts and want to thank the viewers for your support of our channel with your likes, comments, and subscriptions. There is such a huge mountain of evidence for this verse that I have recently learned about, that for me personally has been amazing.
A quick 15-minute review of the debate between Dr. Thomas Ross and Dr. James White over the LSB vs. The King James Bible.
Although this debate was several years ago, I am offering some new information on the Ephesians 3:9 'fellowship' reading in the TR/KJV. I believe Dr. Riddle would have expanded on the points in this video had he not had time constraints within the debate format.
I am offering a debate rebuttal to James Snapp's' recent article making the false claim in that the longer ending of Matthew 25:13 is not original. Jesus said, " Watch therefore, for ye know neither the day nor the hour wherein the Son of man cometh" Matthew 25:13 (KJV).
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