2010 02 14  4 May Alam Ako Sa Bible!
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  • 1. May alam ako sa BIBLE! Week 4 ALAM MO ? ANONG
  • 2. is translation important? There are two approaches of translating: 1. formal equivalence 2. dynamic equivalence
  • 3. 1. formal equivalence Bibles translated by formal equivalence will take careful reading. At times, you will have to study history to learn the cultural background before you can fully understand the text. The translator is simply rendering the text in your language… nothing more. But you will have the confidence of knowing that you are not trusting another man's understanding, or theology , but can make up your own mind what God wants. The King James Bible was translated using this approach.
  • 4. 2. dynamic equivalence On the other hand, Bibles translated by dynamic equivalence will read as easily as a novel. When a story seems difficult to understand without a little history, the author may even change it to a form he believes you will better understand! You will never know for sure what God said, but must trust the translator's theology to lead you into truth. The translator here is acting as a teacher , not just telling you what God said , but adding his understanding of what God meant!
  • 5. TOPIC: Differences between Bible Versions
  • 6. Differences between Bible Versions QUESTION: Should we make an issue of Bible translations? ANSWER: Only if you believe anything out of it
  • 7. Differences between Bible Versions EXPLANATION: Many Christians don’t care if there really is a perfect Bible (as they are told from the pulpit) by hiding behind the statement, "I don't make an issue of Bible translations.“ It is perfectly acceptable as long as you are consistent in your stand... or lack of it.
  • 8. Differences between Bible Versions In other words, if the issue of a perfect Bible is a "non-issue" with you, then to be consistent, neither should be ANY of the following:     1. The virgin birth of Jesus Christ. Isa 7:14     2. The deity of Jesus Christ. I John 5:5     3. The substitutionary death for sins made by Jesus Christ. Romans 5:8     4. The bodily resurrection of Jesus Christ. I Cor 15:4
  • 9. Differences between Bible Versions 5. Salvation by grace alone without works. Eph 2:8, 9 6. The Pre-millennial return of Jesus Christ. I Thess 4  7. The existence of a literal Heaven. John 3:13  8. The existence of a literal Hell. Mark 9:42-44  9. The acceptance of Creation over the theory of evolution. Gen 1:7
  • 10. A missionary’s story ALAM MO ? ANONG
  • 11. Where did the KJV come from? ALAM MO ? ANONG
  • 12. Alin yung ginagamit mo dyan?
    • There Are Two Kinds of Manuscripts:
    • Accurate Copies
    • Corrupted Copies
  • 13. Yan ang tama! 1. Accurate Copies These manuscripts represent the manuscripts from which the "Textus Receptus" or Received Text was taken. They are the majority of Greek manuscripts which agree with each other and have been accepted by Bible believing Christians down through the centuries. It is from these manuscripts that the King James Bible was translated in 1611.
  • 14. Ahem… 2.Corrupted Copies These manuscripts represent the corrupted copies of the Bible, also known as the Alexandrian manuscripts . These manuscripts, many times, do not even agree with each other. The Vaticanus and Sinaiticus manuscripts are part of this group. These are the manuscripts on which Westcott and Hort and the modern versions rely so heavily.
  • 15. Yan ang tama! The vast majority of Greek manuscripts agree together. They have been passed down through the centuries by true Bible-believing Christians. In 1516 Erasmus compiled, edited, and printed the Greek "Textus Receptus" (received text). This is the text that the Christians knew to be the Word of God (inerrant and infallible). The King James Bible was translated from the "Textus Receptus."
  • 16. San ka pa!!!
    • Facts About the Vaticanus
    • It was written on fine vellum (tanned animal skins) and remains in excellent condition. It was found in the Vatican Library in 1481 AD. In spite of being in excellent condition, it omits:
    • Genesis 1:1 through Genesis 46:28
    • Psalms 106-138
    • Matthew 16:2-3
    • The Pauline Pastoral Epistles
    • Hebrews 9:14-13:25
    • Revelation
  • 17. San ka pa!!! Facts About the Vaticanus Besides all that, in the gospels alone it leaves out 237 words, 452 clauses and 748 whole sentences, which hundreds of later copies agree together as having the same words in the same places, the same clauses in the same places and the same sentences in the same places. The Vaticanus was available to the translators of the King James Bible, but they didn't use it because they knew it is unreliable. The Vaticanus also contains the Apocrypha.
  • 18. (Kaya pala di natatapos e!) “ A well-read Bible makes a Well-read soul.” – Daily Bread, January 15
  • 19. Next Sunday: More on the king james! ALAM MO ? ANONG
  • 20. ready?.... Its QUIZ TIME!
  • 21.
    • PART 1: Fill in the Blanks (2 points each) 1-20
      • 1. God promised to _____ his words
      • 2. The Bible has no ___________.
      • 3. ________ can produce the text of the KJV?
      • 4. The KJV produces good _______.
      • 5. All new translations compare themselves to the ______.
      • 6. Of over 5,300 pieces of manuscript evidence, ___% supports the King James Bible
      • The translators of the KJV are around:
      • A. 46 B.40 C. 41 D.34
      • 8. The words that the translators added are in ______.
      • 9. The ________ believed they are handling the very words of God.
  • 22.
    • PART 1: Fill in the Blanks (2 points each) 1-20
      • 10. The KJV exalts the ____ ______ ______
      • 11. The true scriptures should testify of ____ _____.
      • In numerous places the new perversions attack the
      • 12. d____ o__ C_____
      • 13. B______ A _____
      • 14. R_______
      • 15. S_______ b__ G________
      • 16. S_______ C________
      • The true Scriptures will 17. _______of Jesus Christ, not 18. _______ Him!
      • A 19. _______Bible makes a well-read soul
      • 20. The KJV is a________ version that must be read in churches.
  • 23.
    • PART 2: 10 Points
      • Write 2 Timothy 3:16
    • PART 3: BONUS ROUND! (5 points each)
      • 1 . The topic of last Sunday Evening Service
      • 2. Complete the quote: _______ is our access to God.
      • 3-4. Give 2 Catholic Sacraments
      • 5. It means departure form the faith.
      • 6. Complete the quote: _______ is a form of Christian insanity.
      • 7. Who is the Old Testament Patriarch that is a symbol of Faith?
      • 8. What kind of assembly is the Baptist faith?
        • 9. The ______________theory is not only Post-apostolic but a Protestant doctrine to counter the Roman Catholic Church (RCC) theory of Universal Visible Theory.
      • 10. Revelation talks of the ___ churches.
  • 24. ready?.... ANSWERS !
  • 25.
    • PART 1: Fill in the Blanks (2 points each)
      • 1. God promised to preserve his words
      • 2. The Bible has no copyright .
      • 3. Anyone can produce the text of the KJV.
      • 4. The KJV produces good fruit .
      • 5. All new translations compare themselves to the King James Version.
      • 6. Of over 5,300 pieces of manuscript evidence, 95% supports the King James Bible
      • The translators of the KJV are around:
      • A. 46 B.40 C. 41 D.34
      • 8. The words that the translators added are in italics.
      • 9. The translators believed they are handling the very words of God.
  • 26.
    • PART 1: Fill in the Blanks (2 points each) 1-25
      • 10. The KJV exalts the Lord Jesus Christ
      • 11. The true scriptures should testify of Jesus Christ
      • In numerous places the new perversions attack the
      • 12. Deity of Christ
      • 13. Blood Atonement
      • 14. Resurrection
      • 15. Salvation by Grace
      • 16. Second Coming
      • The true Scriptures will 17. testify of Jesus Christ, not 18. attack Him!
      • A 19. well-read Bible makes a well-read soul
      • 20. The KJV is appointed version that must be read in churches.
  • 27.
    • PART 2: 10 Points
      • Write 2 Timothy 3:16
    • “ All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness.”
  • 28.
    • PART 3: BONUS ROUND! (5 points each)
      • 1 . The topic of last Sunday Evening Service - Features
      • 2. Complete the quote: Prayer is our access to God.
      • 3-4. Give 2 Catholic Sacraments
      • Baptism; Confirmation; Confession, Eucharist/Communion; Celibacy; Matrimony; Extreme Unction
      • 5. It means departure form the faith. - Apostasy
      • 6. Complete the quote: Backsliding is a form of Christian insanity.
      • 7. Who is the Old Testament Patriarch that is a symbol of Faith? Abraham
      • 8. What kind of assembly is the Baptist faith? Local-Visible Assembly
        • 9. The Universal-Invisible Assembly theory is not only Post-apostolic but a Protestant doctrine to counter the Roman Catholic Church (RCC) theory of Universal Visible Theory.
      • 10. Revelation talks of the 7 churches.