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If the reader desires more in depth information concerning Bible issues, manuscript evidence, and the integrity of the King James Version, the following books are recommended. We should also know about Origen's top student, Eusebius, who was Constantine's court theologian.
Ruckman, THE CHRISTIAN'S HANDBOOK OF MANUSCRIPT EVIDENCE. The principle Alexandrian texts are spurious at best, Satanic perversions at worst.
Samuel Gipp - The LXX is nothing more than a figment of someones imagination. Vaticanus was found stuffed in the Vatican library where it had been for 1500 years. That was part of the reason it was found to be in such condition because of lack of use.
There are absolutely NO manuscripts pre-dating the third century A. to validate the claim that Jesus or Paul quoted a Greek Old Testament. Only about 50 of the 5250 ancient Greek Text portions of ancient manuscripts are Alexandrian.
Origen rewrote both Old and New Testament to suit his antichrist and strange Gnostic leanings. NOW IF YOU DO NOT KNOW THIS IT MAY BE GOOD TO SIT DOWN.
New versions take the Sinaiticus, Vaticanus, and Alexandrinus manuscripts, which are in fact, Origens Hexapla, and change the traditional Masoretic Old Testament text to match these. ALL, yes ALL, English versions, except ONE, use Alexandrian texts.
Origens Hexapla is a very unsafe source to use to change the historic Old Testament. Even ones that claim to use the Textus Receptus, actually use the corrupt Alexandrian tests when they make their changes from the Textus Receptus.
The preface of the Septuagint marketed today points out that the stories surrounding the B. (before Christ) creation of the Septuagint (LXX) and the existence of a Greek Old Testament are based on FABLES. The Encyclopedia of Religion and Ethics elaborates, calling "the letter of the pseudo- Aristeas, a manifest forgery and the fragments of Aristobulus highly suspect." It also points out many of the LXXs Gnostic and antichrist heretical readings. writes of the Septuagint in Appendix Two, "I have a copy of the notorious Septuagint on my desk (Zondervan Publishing Co.1970, from Samuel Baxter & Sons, London). Yes, the NKJV does too, maybe to a lesser extent; but, the NKJV does still use the corrupt Alexandrian texts. Thank God for Antioch where BELIEVERS were FIRST called Christians.
The Septuagint represents PERFECTION in FRAUD, obviously intended to deceive, and cause doubt regarding the INTEGRITY of the Word of God. It had been quite obviously rejected by its custodians, as clearly seen from many of the comments written on it.According to the colophon on the end of Sinaiticus, it came from Origens Hexapla. Even church historians of questionable character and faith like Jerome, Hort, and Carson, agree that this is probably true. If you want another word for corrupt manuscripts, just say Alexandrian.