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Metzgerism Fuels Wolves in Sheep's Clothing

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New translations are altering and even removing certain passages which testify of miracles in the KJV, to conform with world view of anti-Christs, adulated and copied by Van Hale, who are wolves in sheep's clothing, ravening the prey and destroying and devouring souls. Van Hale seeks to crucify the Lord afresh on the cross of liberalism (doctrines of devils) and evolutionism. Bruce Metzger, Princeton, liberal theologian guilty of altering certain passages in his Revised English Bible: "Luke chapter 24 is a confused mess created by the Bible agnostics with their so called "science of textual criticism", especially in the NASB. ALL the textual variants addressed here in Luke chapter 24 are due to only one Greek manuscript called D. The vast majority of all others read as does the King James Bible and the Traditional Greek texts used for centuries. In Luke 24:3 we read: "And they entered in and found not the body OF THE LORD JESUS." These words are omitted by the RSV 1973 and the New English Bible of 1970; but they are included in the Revised Version 1885, the ASV 1901, the ESV 2001, the NASB, NIV and NKJV. "In Luke 24:6 we read: "HE IS NOT HERE BUT IS RISEN: remember how he spake unto you when he was yet in Galilee." The RSV, NRSV, New English Bible 1970 and Bruce Metzger's Revised English Bible 1989 all omit the words "he is not here but is risen" but they are found in the ESV, NIV, NASB and NKJV. But the NASB footnote says: "SOME ancient manuscripts omit: "He is not here, but He has risen." Metzger's footnote in the 1989 Revised English bible says: "some witnesses add "He is not here; he has been raised." SOME? There is ONLY ONE Greek manuscript listed that omits these words, and that is D. Yet all these words are included in the Majority of all Greek texts as well as Sinaiticus, Vaticanus, A, C and P75." Call from Jimmy Hardy and discussing these.