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All scripture is given by inspiration. All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness: 2 Tomothy 3:16 KJV . . . . not just the concept in the mind of the author but all of it, every word of it, every letter of it. Else how does one know what was in the mind of the ...


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It is unarguable that no autographs of either the Hebrew, or the Greek scriptures have been discovered. Those, however, contain only written words, but this question invokes Matthew 24:35, which covers all the spoken words of Jesus, not just the few words written down by some of those who spent years with him. As the apostle John pointed out in his gospel ...


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There are a number of practical reasons why the original texts - the very first copies that were written down by the original bible writers - would not have survived, as well as some scriptural reasons why they perhaps didn't need to. Hebrews 4:12 says that "the word of God is alive and active", so God's word is not confined to the page. Your cited ...


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"the modern Bibles are bounded (sic) to have contradictions because of copyist errors and translation errors." The premise of the question is insubstantial. I am assuming the question speaks of the Greek scripture only and that the OP accepts the veracity of the Hebrew scripture due to the meticulous way in which the Hebrew scribes kept the ...


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Direct scribes or people who could document the conversation that was happening at the factual basis. Which is where truth is seen. The facts only were written. So the technical term would be Scribes


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