[sword-devel] Paul's epistles
Sun, 13 Jan 2002 02:14:40 +0100
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From: "chris" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Sunday, January 13, 2002 1:51 AM
Subject: Re: [sword-devel] Paul's epistles
> On Saturday 12 January 2002 12:39, you wrote:
> > > I see that the default for Sword is that "Paul's Epistles"
> > > includes Hebrews. Does anybody seriously believe that Hebrews
> > > is by Paul?
> > We also call the books of the Pentateuch 1-5 Moses respectively in many
> > of our localized book names. Does anybody seriously believe that the
> > Pentateuch was written by Moses and is not an amalgam of four major
> > sources?
> Yes, It would seem even jes-s supposedly did.
> > We include Daniel with the prophets, despite his exclusion from that
> > group in the Hebrew canon itself. Does anybody seriously believe that
> > Daniel lived during the Babylonian exile, despite his apparently not
> > knowing that the Medes never ruled Judea and the fact that he apparently
> > can't decide whether he prefers Hebrew or Aramaic, then forgets them
> > both and starts writing in Greek around the end of his composition?
> The text is in Hebrew/Aramaic. The names of the three musical instruments are
> greek words (not written in greek).
> Not to start any arguments but...
> Why call matthew, matthew when it wasn't written by him
> same with luke, mark, john.
> Why believe a word john writes at all when there was never any custom to
> release a prisoner at pesach by Pilate?
Apparently someone has a hard time believing the fundamental truth in 2 Tim 3:16, that all scriptures is inspired by God.
I'm sure it will do you good if you spend some more time with the Bible that with litterature considering criticism.
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