Introduction

The roots of biblical textual calculus will be found, in part, in biblical textual criticism.  Therefore, we start with a discussion of the latter.

Biblical Textual Criticism

Crucial Update

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The 17 Golden Rules of Smart Biblical Textual Criticism

1.      The word “technical” and similar words mean “referring to all aspects of a thing other than the goodness or evilness of that thing.”

2.      All knowledge is from God.

3.      All instruments of knowledge (experience, books, television, radio, CDs, DVDs, teachers, public speakers, etc., etc.) are technically imperfect.

4.      Some instruments of knowledge are technically better than others.

5.      Even though the instruments of knowledge are technically imperfect, knowledge is technically perfect.

6.      Technical perfectness is not the same as goodness.

7.      Wisdom is “good knowledge” where the word “good” is used in its usual and moral sense.  Contrary to common belief and contrary to scientific belief, all knowledge is not good.  This applies to both knowledge of fact (applies to one situation) and knowledge of principle (applies to all situations), though we are the only ones who can prove that this applies to principle.

8.      All wisdom is from God.

9.      All instruments of wisdom (experience, books, television, radio, CDs, DVDs, teachers, public speakers, etc., etc.) are technically imperfect.

10.  Some instruments of wisdom are technically better than others.

11.  Even though the instruments of wisdom are technically imperfect, wisdom is technically perfect.

12.  Technical perfectness is not the same as goodness (repeat of statement #6 above).

13.  The Bible is an instrument of spiritual (relating to supernatural beings), moral (relating to good and evil), and ethical (relating to right and wrong) knowledge and spiritual, moral, and ethical wisdom.

14.  The Bible is the best instrument of spiritual (relating to supernatural beings), moral (relating to good and evil), and ethical (relating to right and wrong) knowledge and spiritual, moral, and ethical wisdom.

15.  The King James Bible is an instrument of spiritual (relating to supernatural beings), moral (relating to good and evil), and ethical (relating to right and wrong) knowledge and spiritual, moral, and ethical wisdom.

16.  The word “foundation” means “a partial instrument.”

17.  The King James Bible is the best foundation of spiritual (relating to supernatural beings), moral (relating to good and evil), and ethical (relating to right and wrong) knowledge and spiritual, moral, and ethical wisdom, in the English language.

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