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13 years ago @ Mormon Coffee - Mormon Coffee Tabletal... · 1 reply · +1 points

God breathed?
2 Tim 3:16 All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness:
Actually the Greek word is "theopneustos".

"Theo" meaning God and "pneustos" a variant of the word "pneuma" or spirit (as in 1 Cor 2:11) and it literally means spirited.

The word breathed in John 20:22 is translated from the Greek word "emphusaO" literally meaning 'He-IN-INFLATES'.

If you look at 2 Tim 3:16 in different English versions of the Bible you find;

American Standard Version = "inspired of God"

Darby Translation = "divinely inspired"

Douay-Rheims 1899 American Edition = "inspired of God"

Holman Christian Standard Bible = "inspired by God"

King James Version = "inspiration of God"

New American Standard Bible = "inspired by God"

New Century Version = "inspired by God"

New King James Version = "inspiration of God"

New Living Translation = "inspired by God"

Wycliffe New Testament = "inspired of God"

Contemporary English Version = "God's Word"

21st Century King James Version = "inspiration of God"

New World Translation = "inspired of God"

Are all of those translations “infallible” or “inerrant”?