When is it Proper to Print a Capital G or a small g
The Most popular question is. John 1:1--What Bibles get it right—
God” and “god” is involved. Capital G “God” or lower case g “god”— God or god-what is right.
At the time the New Testament was written, Greek manuscripts were written in all capital letters, no separation of words, no sentences,
no punctuations marks. The upper and lower case letters were not blended as we do today. Thus, the distinction that we today make
New Testament was written, Greek manuscripts were written in all capital letters. The study of biblical manuscripts is important because
handwritten copies of books can contain errors. Today most of the errors have been corrected. But about 5% have not been corrected.
The science of Open textual criticism attempts to reconstruct the original text of books, especially those published prior to the invention of the
John 1:1can not be solved by those who claim they know all the Greek--OpenG-rammatical--Rules to translate Greek to English.
The answer lies in what you have just read above about Capital Letters and what’s in John-1-1-DIfficulties.htm
The Three Worst Mistakes In All Bibles Are. (1) Isaiah 9:6 (2)) John 1:1 and (3) John 20:28 – all three of these verses should be rendered with a small g.
GOD-or-god This Page has been Updated to John-1-1-DIfficulties.htm God--god, or a god--has been solved.
The basic answer to God--god, or a God, a god is under The Most popular question is on this page.
John 1:1-Any Difficulty in Understanding John 1:1 is (Open intentional fallacy) caused By the Translators. And The Bible Publishers Why?
If you like something in the Old GOD-or-god page Open GodorgodOldPageUD272012.htm
No Mention of God The Son
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