The Ancient Christian Codices: A Modern-Day Forgery

Thomas Verenna is working hard to keep the public informed about the discussion of the ancient books discovered in Jordan. Verenna wrote: “I have created a Listserv for Bibliobloggers (actual experts) for the purpose of sharing information and creating an accurate Wikipedia page so the correct status of these relics can be disseminated.”

The information Verenna provides indicates that those ancient codices are a modern-day forgery. Read Verenna’s post here.

Claude Mariottini
Professor of Old Testament
Northern Baptist Seminary

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One Response to The Ancient Christian Codices: A Modern-Day Forgery

  1. Daniel says:

    >So I guess, by way of application, I can desire and covet my neighbor's wife as long as I don't actually "take" her. Well, that's certainly liberating. Seriously, there needs to be some conclusion to the study offered here. Since we have cleared up centuries of inferior translating, and presumably inferior application, now we should do …?

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