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Did 17th century Reformed Christians reject textual criticism?

Yes. The purists rejected any kind of uncertainty caused by textual variant apparatus or the science of the textual criticism. The traditional text followers puritans have not changed since. That ...
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How do proponents of the 'Critical Text' respond to the claim that it preserves an anti-Trinitarian corruption dating from the fifth century?

The variants can be explained without personal attacks on the integrity of genuine Textual Critics, they should start questioning the integrity of traditional and orthodox corruptors of scriptures. ...
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Are there prominent textual criticism books defending the faithful preservation of the gospels in modern Bibles compared to the original manuscripts?

I have not personally read any such books, therefore this list should be taken with a large grain of salt. This is a list of books that seem relevant based on their description (and also based on ...
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What evidence is there to suggest the Critical Text is less biased than the Received Text with regard to the Trinity doctrine?

The 11th-15th century Greek handful of selected mss based edition based cannot possibly be more reliable compared to the critical editions, which are based on the oldest mss with the best level of ...
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What evidence is there to suggest the Critical Text is less biased than the Received Text with regard to the Trinity doctrine?

Voices from the not-too-distant past need to be heard in answer to this question. The history of developments of various Greek texts needs to be understood. Here is a collection of such information I ...
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