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- Plain and Precious Things: The Writing of the New Testament
and uncertainties about who is the author of the various books of the New Testament, there is not full agreement ... It dates a full century before the oldest known, relatively complete texts of books of the New Testament, ... In the New Testament, all after Hebrews 9:14 has been lost. The Codex Vaticanus is made of fine vellum, said ...
- Quest for Origins: The Joseph Smith Translation and Latin Version of the New Testament
of the New Testament, they should be considered as potential restorations of the original text only when ... text of the New Testament, the Versions are an important witness for the recovery of the text from ... Translation has more in common with the Greek text of the New Testament, and therefore its intersections ...
- Asking Restoration Questions in New Testament Scholarship
Whatever the circumstances were of the writing of the documents of the New Testament, modern revelation ... we ask Restoration questions as we study the history of the text of the New Testament, we gain ... in the New Testament, had to be the work of insiders, not persecutors or external enemies. It was brought ...
- Jews and Greeks: The Broader Context for Writing the New Testament
that create the context for the New Testament, I will look first at the Greeks and then at the Jews. Clearly ... that revelation continues. As Latter-day Saints living in a world much like the world of the New Testament, we can ... tradition, see Calvin J. Roeztel, The World That Shaped the New Testament, rev. ed. (Louisville, KY: ...
- New Testament Manuscripts, Textual Families, and Variants
of origin for Vaticanus (see Metzger and Ehrman, Text of the New Testament, 15–16).  Kurt Aland ... Arguably the most famous illuminated vellum Latin manuscript of the New Testament, it dates to the eighth ... of the earliest uncials (Greek parchment manuscripts written with stylized capital letters) of the New Testament, ...
- False Gospels: An Approach to Studying the New Testament Apocrypha
Thomas A. Wayment, “False Gospels: An Approach to Studying the New Testament Apocrypha” in How the New Testament Came to Be: The Thirty-fifth Annual Sidney B. Sperry Symposium, ed. Kent P. Jackson ... Deseret Book, 2006), 292–303. False Gospels: An Approach to Studying the New Testament Apocrypha Thomas A. ...
- Revealing Parables: A Call to Action within the Doctrine and Covenants
in the listeners. When Christ spoke in the New Testament, he addressed an audience of believers and unbelievers. ... translating the New Testament, and these insights are an instance of the Lord supplying the motivation before ... Testament, he recounts this parable in its entirety: “There was in a city a judge which feared not God, ...
- Principles of New Testament Textual Criticism
original. Unfortunately, because of the vast number of manuscripts of the New Testament, the genealogical ... in the Original Greek, (Introduction), 122.  See Metzger and Ehrman, Text of the New Testament, 307–10; ... Testament, 331–33, and B. F. Westcott and F. J. A. Hort, The New Testament in the Original Greek, vol. 2 ...
- “A Slave of Christ Jesus”: Ancient Slavery as a Biblical Metaphor for Salvation
 Thayer, Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament, 157–58. See also Liddell and Scott, Greek-English Lexicon, 210.  Thayer, Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament, 365. See also Liddell ... Lexicon, 249. See also Thayer, Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament, 204.  Kittel, Theological ...
- The Earliest “New Testament”
in quoting an Old Testament passage would do so with the New Testament, thus making the pieces they used easy ... Brigham Young University, 2002), 48–95.  Metzger, Canon of the New Testament, 7.  In the late 1800s, ... Metzger, The Canon of the New Testament: Its Origin, Development, and Significance (Oxford: Clarendon, ...