I am not attacking you, IceCold, as a person, but, rather, the information you are trying to disseminate and its inaccuracy and your scholarship on this topic.

It is all so common that all I have did is express my opinions from what I have read, and what I have viewed on latest documentaries, etc.. and daytonturner takes every chance to attack and insult me. That would be that your speed in relation to the source of the sound has a direct impact on the degree and speed of the change of the sound. If you knew how the Bible was put together and how it has come down from ancient days to us, you would know that one person could have had no ability to effect changes in it. And this means studying both views on this subject. You have no idea what you are talking about here. Because of this, later alterations to the manuscripts would be obvious when compared to earlier copies. Continue reading “I am not attacking you, IceCold, as a person, but, rather, the information you are trying to disseminate and its inaccuracy and your scholarship on this topic.”