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John1.1 Any difficulty in understanding this verse is intentionally caused by the translators and Bible Publishers.

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IGNORING THIS HISIORICAL LIST OF---JOHN 1.1 –WHY? Ask Those Who Do and Show Them This  

Some Say The Truth Hurts or Hurts There Cause.

Here is a List of Historical Bibles that The Oneness and Tri-ist Ignore.



The List (1) In a beginning was the Word, and the Word was with the God, and a god was the Word

Diaglot  1865 Diaglot NT Free Downloads For Diaglot- or Home Online Now-+ Open a god+ What Is a god. 

  (2) Harwood, 1768, "and was himself a divine person" 

3) Newcome's version (1796), , and the Word was God.

 In 1808 Thomas Belsham and a Unitarian committee revised Newcome's translation after his death in 1800.

 Belsham's Revised NT was published in London in 1808 and in Boston in 1809 to read "the Word was a god."

Belsham's Unitarian New Testament (1808) - Bible Research › English Versions  19th Century

This “Improved” version of the New Testament was a revision of Newcome's version (1796), .... It is indeed highly improbable that no notice should have been taken of these..... No biblical scholar can deny the great superiority of Archbishop Newcome's ...... was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.

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(4) Thompson, 1829, "the Logos was a god 
(5) Goodspeed, 1939, "the Word was divine 
(6) Torrey, 1947, "the Word was god 
New English, 1961, "what God was,the Word was" 
(8) Moffatt, 1972, "the Logos was divine 
(9) Reijnier Rooleeuw, 1694, "and the Word was a god"  
(10) Simple 
English Bible, "and the Message was Deity" 
(11) Hermann Heinfetter, 1863, [A]s a god the Command was" 
(12) Abner Kneeland, 1822, "The Word was a God" 
(13) Robert Young, 1885, (Concise Commentary) "[A]nd a God (i.e. a Divine Being) was the Word" 
(14) Leicester Ambrose, 1879, "And the logos was a god" 
Charles A.L. Totten, 1900, "the Word was Deistic [=The Word was Godly] 
(16) J.N. Jannaris, 1901, [A]nd was a god" 
George William Horner, 1911, [A]nd (a) God was the word" 
(18) Ernest Findlay Scott, 1932, "[A]nd the Word was of divine nature" 
(19) ames L. Tomanec, 1958, [T]he Word was a God" 
(20) Philip Harner, 1974, "The Word had the same nature as God" 
(21) Maximilian Zerwich S.J./Mary Grosvenor, 1974, "The Word was divine" 
(22) Siegfried Schulz, 1975, "And a god (or, of a divine kind) was the Word" 
(23) Translator's NT, 1973, "The Word was with God and shared his nature 
(24) Barclay, 1976, "the nature of the Word was the same as the nature of God" 
(25) Schneider, 1978, "and godlike sort was the Logos 
(26) Schonfield, 1985, "the Word was divine 
(27) Revised English, 1989, "what God was, the Word was 
(28) Cotton Parch Version, 1970, and the Idea and God were One 
(29) Scholar's Version, 1993, "The 
Divine word and wisdom was there with God, and it was what God was 
(30) Madsen, 1994, "the Word was <EM>a divine Being" 
(31) Becker, 1979, "ein Gott war das Logos" [a God/god was the Logos/logos] 
(32) Stage, 1907, "Das Wort war selbst gttlichen Wesens" [The Word/word was itself a divine Being/being]. 
(33) Bhmer, 1910, "Es war fest mit Gott verbunden, ja selbst gttlichen Wesens" [It was strongly linked to God, yes itself divine Being/being] 
(34) Thimme, 1919, "Gott von Art war das Wort" [God of Kind/kind was the Word/word] 
(35) Baumgarten et al, 1920, "Gott (von Art) war der Logos" [God (of Kind/kind) was the Logos/logos] 
(36) Holzmann, 1926, "ein Gott war der Gedanke" [a God/god was the Thought/thought] 
(37) Rittenlmeyer, 1938, "selbst ein Gott war das Wort" [itself a God/god was the Word/word] 
(38) Lyder Brun (Norw. professor of NT theology), 1945, "Ordet var av guddomsart" [the Word was of divine kind] 
(39) Pfaefflin, 1949, "war von gttlicher Wucht [was of divine Kind/kind] 
(40) Albrecht, 1957, "gttlichen Wesen hatte das Wort" [godlike Being/being had the Word/word] 
(41) Smit, 1960, "verdensordet var et guddommelig vesen" [the word of the world was a divine being] 
(42) Menge, 1961, "Gott (= gttlichen Wesens) war das Wort"[God(=godlike Being/being) was the Word/word) 
(43) Haenchen, 1980, "Gott (von Art) war der Logos" [God (of Kind/kind) was the Logos/logos] 
(44) Die Bibel in heutigem Deutsch, 1982, "r war bei Gott und in allem Gott gleich"[He was with God and in all like God] 
(45) Haenchen (tr. By R. Funk), 1984, "divine (of the category divinity)was the Logos" 
(46) Schultz, 1987, "ein Gott (oder: Gott von Art) war das Wort" [a God/god (or: God/god of Kind/kind) was the Word/word]. 
(47) William Temple, Archbishop of York, 1933, "And the Word was divine." 
(48) John Crellius, Latin form of German, 1631, "The Word of Speech was a God" 
(49) Greek Orthodox /Arabic translation, 1983, "the word was with Allah[God] and the word was a god" 
(50) Ervin Edward Stringfellow (Prof. of NT Language and Literature/Drake University, 1943, "And the Word was Divine" 
(51) Robert Harvey, D.D., 1931 "and the Logos was divine (a divine being)
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