TurretinFan

TurretinFan

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191 weeks ago @ Thoughts of Francis Tu... - Restore Balance in the... · 0 replies · +1 points

AV is opposing Escondido 2k. I suggest you give more attention to my link.

191 weeks ago @ Thoughts of Francis Tu... - Restore Balance in the... · 0 replies · +1 points

Godith:

Please see the following post:
http://turretinfan.blogspot.com/2011/02/varieties-of-two-kingdoms-positions.html

-TurretinFan

193 weeks ago @ Thoughts of Francis Tu... - ITBN Contributions - E... · 1 reply · +1 points

People took his claims for granted at the time, apparently.

195 weeks ago @ Thoughts of Francis Tu... - Some Responses to Stev... · 1 reply · +1 points

"Extraordinarily alike means that it may or may not be a different person" << No, it doesn't. That's just your own wishful thinking.

195 weeks ago @ Thoughts of Francis Tu... - Some Responses to Stev... · 1 reply · 0 points

ct: That the devil would conspire against God is no surprise, to be sure. Whether the devil did, in this case, is another story. This particular story simply lacks a coherent plot that fits the actual evidence.

195 weeks ago @ Thoughts of Francis Tu... - Some Responses to Stev... · 1 reply · +1 points

Mr. Avery, Are you trying to suggest that Erasmus used the Latin side of his diglot manuscripts to produce the Greek side of his diglot New Testament? I mean, beyond a few verses and/or to "correct" what he thought were errors in the Greek side when his Greek manuscripts appeared to have errors? That would be an interesting claim.

195 weeks ago @ Thoughts of Francis Tu... - Some Responses to Stev... · 1 reply · +1 points

Now that you, Mr. Avery, are making a defense that Pinto didn't make, we are in some more interesting territory.

What's your citation for the Tregelles claim? And is there any reason that we should accept Tregelles regarding the number of scribes but reject Tregelles when it comes to dating the manuscript?

195 weeks ago @ Thoughts of Francis Tu... - Some Responses to Stev... · 3 replies · +1 points

What you wrote doesn't contradict what I wrote about Erasmus' work.

195 weeks ago @ Thoughts of Francis Tu... - Chris Pinto vs. James ... · 0 replies · +1 points

a) Why would "Gnostics" leave the incarnation in the text?
b) Why are there post 4th century Alexandrian and eclectic (mixed Alexandrian/Byzantine) manuscripts, if your theory is right?

196 weeks ago @ Thoughts of Francis Tu... - Mohler/Caner Panel at ... · 0 replies · +1 points

Interestingly enough, it is *possible* that Ergun received Turkish citizenship from his Father. That said, I agree it would have been a convenient place for Caner to have cleared up some misconceptions about his past.