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comment The differences between the NKJV and KJV Bible translations
@GediminasJeremiahGudelis It may not be true to the 1611 KJV, but then the 1769 version of the KJV is not true to the 1611 KJV in every place either. The KJV 1611 was not true to any of the earlier translations into English either, such as the Wycliffe, Tyndale, Coverdale or Bishop's translations. Additionaly, the KJV translators themselves did not believe the KJV 1611 was infallible. The point, then, is not to be true to the KJV 1611, but to be true to the Hebrew and Greek manuscripts.
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reviewed Close Was the Cold War a “rumor of a war?”
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comment How does the Catholic church deal with the differences between the God described in the old and new Testaments?
Please see the links. God promises judgment and condemnation for sinners in the New Testament--not on this earth, but in eternity. It would seem that eternal punishment would be much more severe than temporal. Jesus actually spoke about Hell quite a bit. Weeping and gnashing of teeth. The worm does not die. 1 Thes. 1:8-9. The Lake of Fire.
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comment How does the Catholic church deal with the differences between the God described in the old and new Testaments?
Related: 1) christianity.stackexchange.com/questions/5238/… 2) christianity.stackexchange.com/questions/8005/… 3) christianity.stackexchange.com/questions/5239/…
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comment How does the Catholic church deal with the differences between the God described in the old and new Testaments?
Actually, the God of the Old Testament is a God of great love, compassion, mercy and forgiveness. The God of the New Testament is also a God of judgment. You could actually ask exactly the opposite question and provide verses to support your case. But if you look at all the evidence, it can be seen that God does not change.
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