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The Lost Tomb of Jesus is a documentary co-produced and first broadcast on the Discovery Channel and Vision TV in Canada on March 4, 2007, covering the discovery of the Talpiot Tomb.
Si Mateo fueescrito en 70 A.D., hay un merointervalo de 190 años.
Fragmento John Rylands (117-138 D.C.) – unageneracion.John 18:31-33 - A.D. 117-138 – One generation from originalIt was carbon-14 dated what some say is 110-150 A.D. It contains a few verses of the Gospel of John, John 18:31-33 and a second piece, John 18:37-38.Since it was found in Egypt, which is some distance from the traditional composition in Asia Minor, we can confirm that the gospel of John was written before the end of the first century.
Si Mateo fueescrito en 70 A.D., hay un merointervalo de 190 años.Juan fueescrito en c. 60 A.D., un intervalo de 60 añosManuscrito de Magdalena: 50-60 AD. Co-existente con el autografo!
Los PapirosBodmer (150-200 A.D. ) – Librosenteros. Este esunapagina de evangelio de Juan.Contains whole books– About 150-200 A.D. pictured here John 1:1 – 14P66 contains 104 leaves of John 1:1-6:11; 6:35b-14:26; and fragments of 40 other pages, John 14-21. P72 is the earliest known copy of Jude, I Pet. and 2 Pet. P75 contains most of Luke and John. Dated between 175-225 BC. It contains the earliest know copy of Luke. (See Gen Intro. P390)
Papiros de Chester Beatty Papyri (250 A.D.) – Casi en NT entero.Contains most of the New Testament – A.D. 250P45 alone contains all 4 gospels and Acts. It is located in the Beatty Museum near Dublin.
Codex Vaticanus (325-350 A.D.) – Casi la BibliaenteraContains almost the entire Bible old and new - A.D. 325-350It includes most of the LXX version of the Old Testament and most of the New Testament in Greek. Missing are I Tim. through Philemon, Heb. 9:14 to the end of the N.T. and the General Epistles.
Answer: the SHORTER the time difference (X) between the earliest manuscript copy (EMC) and the original copies (I.e. autographs) the less likely for the earliest manuscript copy to have undergone “additions” and therefore less scribal error.
“Of course with many manuscripts come variations, especially when numerous church fathers paraphrased or attempted to recall a verse from memory. These variations fall into four categories.The first category includes spelling and nonsense readings probably due to circumstances such as a tired scribe writing by candlelight. Seventy percent or more of all manuscript variations fall in this category. The second largest category includes synonyms but where the meaning is unchanged. For example, “Jesus Christ” appears in the text instead of “Christ Jesus.”The third category includes variations in the text that affect meaning but are not found in manuscripts that carry much weight. The fourth category, and by far the smallest, includes variations that affect meaning and are found in decent manuscripts. This fourth category is at best only one percent and it does not impact any major Christian doctrine.”Mike Licona FIRST-PERSON: Is our Bible what originally was written? http://www.bpnews.net/bpnews.asp?ID=23278