SBT Explains- (Foot-Notes) or Footers That go at the bottom of each page when necessary.
They are very Important (plus-- how the original scribes worked) Because—
Most Early Catholic Priest and Earthly Kings Prohibited Good Foot-Notes because it took away authority from them.
When a new Bible Translation was Finished they (a lot of the Catholic Priests and Earthly Kings) scrutinized them
and did everything In their power to get good Foot-Notes removed or stopped.
Always keep in mind that the original hand written Scrolls and Rolls were written in
all Letters and words Ran together from the top left corner of the page to the bottom right hand corner of the page
For the most part the only ones that understand what they were fully reading ***Were the Priests & a Few Others***—
so if no good Foot-Notes were not added at the bottom of each scroll to explain things clearly
the Priests and Earthly Kings could easily interpret to the public whatever fit their personal needs or desires
Here’s a sample
John1.1 Any difficulty in understanding this verse is intentionally caused by the translators
and Bible Publishers.Most All Bible Publishers Do Not Even Print a Courtesy Foot –Note – At the bottom of that page About
Another fine example-Parallell Bibles --Phip/2-6
although He existed in the form of God, did not regard equality with God a
thing to be grasped,
Jesus said- "For I have come down from heaven, not to do My own will, but the will of Him who sent Me.
In Biblical-Theology Capital G-God or Small lower case g –god –Who Started-That? and When? and Why?
A Sample of what’s in--Capitalization – Punctuation-- plus more
Greek was originally written as an uncial script, which means there was not the differentiation between small and capital letters
that we are now familiar with. The oldest papyri show a cursive script which was later formalized into what have now become the Greek
capital letters of today. But this was very difficult to write quickly and so, from about the 9th century, a cursive script was introduced
which has now evolved into the present day Greek lower case letters.
Plus to further verify Read--Compare History of the
Which includes many other early Bibles—excellent History lesson on early Bibles.
(1) When God’s Name is not in the (NT) Bible you Read –How can you tell Who is The Father and God of
changed 1 Tim 3:16 that read He to God and in 1 JOHN 5:7b-8a added these words
For there are three that testify. the Spirit, the water and the blood,~ and the three are in agreement ...For there three that bear record in heaven, the Father, the Word, and the Holy Ghost: and these three are one
And there are three that bear witness in earth ... (KJV).
Why does the NIV not include the additional words at the end of verse 7 and the beginning of verse (see KJV)?
The extra words in the KJV rendering of this passage are among the most poorly attested of all the disputed
verses in the KJV and Textus Receptus. The addition is not found in any Greek manuscript or English h
translation until the sixteenth century, and most scholars agree that it is a forgery
(4) The Meaning of the Tetragrammaton- Sbt1 Is The TETRAGRAMMATON.htm Testifier---
(5) Who did Jesus say to Worship? In Greek PROSKUNEO- Study Worship & all that is on these page-
LOVE FOR THE TRUTH—THE WHOLE TRUTH—
On the True Hebrew Names of Jehovah and Jesus
It Would be Nice If All Modern Day Bible Publishers Would Use Them--
Some Already do That or Teach the Truth About it. Does your church do this?
Sbt1 Is The Tetragrammaton Testifier -Open TETRAGRAMMATON.htm
more in T & ReferenceLibrary2.htm
Ask Your Self -
What Real True Christian Wants The Bible They Read To Use--- Second Meaning Unoriginal Words-Ask Your Self -
Must Bible Publishers Stick To Original Word Meanings –And Make The Second +(Word) Meanings a Foot-Note.
The Reality Is When Publishers Publish Bibles with Second Word Meanings --they are saying the original writings are a Lie.
Bible Publishers Must Explain What They Are Doing in Foot-Note
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