The Dead Sea Scrolls are the oldest known manuscripts of the Bible. Yet many refuse to recognize differences between these manuscripts and modern translations...why? Wouldn't the oldest known manuscripts be more 'valid' or 'correct' than translations off of translations?Answer Question
Answer by scout_mom at 9:43 PM on Aug. 29, 2010
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Answer by okmanders at 10:56 PM on Aug. 29, 2010
I think it would be wonderful to have and study both, the Dead Sea Scrolls have been a fantastic discovery.
Answer by RyansMom001 at 11:18 PM on Aug. 29, 2010
There is the transliteral translations and the paraphrase. the transliteral come from the oldest manuscripts where as the paraphrase does not. When this is understand then you can find the right bibles to read from I use NASB which is transliteral and the Message which is a paraphrase. There is a new one called Mirror version which is a paraphrase translation from the original text. They only have a few books written but it is really good.
Answer by Shaneagle777 at 11:33 PM on Aug. 29, 2010
Answer by Zoeyis at 7:03 AM on Aug. 30, 2010
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