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History of the Bible
Commercial Logic: It Makes For Bad Science
Was the Bible Corrupted? Part 3: The Septuagint
If God Knows All Things Then Why Does He Get Angry?
Willful Neglect: Intellectual Suicide
Was the Bible Corrupted? Part 2: Peshitta
David E. Schroeder
L. Alfred James
March 1, 2014
12th century manuscript Bible, Italy
Daniel P. Buttafuoco holding one of the earliest existing New Testament manuscripts. C. 1042 Greek manuscript on vellum of N.T.
Latin Vulgate. 11th century (c. 1073). Book of Prophets…aka Trei Asar. Part of the Old Testament. Original binding on vellum with original attached leather bookmark.
Horae Beatas (15th century). Book of Hours, Rome. Richly illuminated hand painted volume for private devotion.