Unholy Hands on the Bible (Vol 2)
UNHOLY HANDS ON THE BIBLE, Volume II, an in-depth comparison of six major versions: NIV, NASB, NRSV, NEB, GNB, NAB, with 300 verses side by side, plus hundreds of other observations on individual versions. Contradictions between the versions highlighted, &...
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UNHOLY HANDS ON THE BIBLE, Volume II, an in-depth comparison of six major versions: NIV, NASB, NRSV, NEB, GNB, NAB, with 300 verses side by side, plus hundreds of other observations on individual versions. Contradictions between the versions highlighted, & unique translations noted. Information on the texts translated, & extensive display of external evidence on hundreds of verses from manuscripts, early versions, & patristic fathers. The epithet "Unholy Hands" refers to principal figures in early centuries who changed some of the existing manuscripts, causing a number of corruptions to the N.T. text by error or by design. Contents of Unholy Hands, Volume II: Ch. 1, An Overview of the Battle for the Bible; Ch. 2, A Side-by Side View of 300 N.T. verses in six new versions; Ch. 3, Texts Translated by the New Versions; Ch. 4, New International Version Examined; Ch. 5, New American Standard Bible Examined; Ch. 6, New Revised Standard Version Examined; Ch. 7, Revised English Version Examined; Ch. 8, Good News Bible Examined; Ch. 9, New American Bible Examined; Appendix 1, Gnostic Influence on the New Testament; Appendix 2, The Methodology of Dynamic Equivalence; Appendix 3, Translation Theory & Practice. Bonded Leather, 768 pages, $29.95, ISBN 1-878442-65-1, SOVEREIGN GRACE TRUST FUND, P.O. Box 4998, Lafayette, IN 47905. (317) 447-7197.
This is an examination of six major new versions, the New International Version, (NIV); New American Standard Bible, (NASB); New Revised Standard Version, (NRSV); Revised English Bible, (REB); Good News Bible, (GNB); and the New American Bible, (NAB). It includes: 1) The textual basis of the above new versions; 2) 379 New Testament verses in which the above new versions are compared with the Greek of the Received Text, and the weak evidence that is back of their adulterations; 3) a 200-page examination of the New International Version (NIV) shows that they have added over 100,000 of their own words, and have failed to translate over 20,000 of the original words; 4) a separate examination of the New American Standard Bible (NASB). There are 8 appendices, including a thorough critique of Kurt Aland's Text of the New Testament. Get acquainted with the facts, for God is going to look to you to warn his people that these new versions are adulterated with many of the heresies of the Gnostic
Jay P. Green, Sr. (1918-) is Translator and Editor of The Interlinear Hebrew-Greek-English Bible and the translator of the Modern King James Version of the Holy Bible, The Teenage Version of the Holy Bible, and the Literal translation of the Holy Bible. He has written numerous books on textual criticism.