The Numeric New Testament was originally transcribed by Ivan Panin. He believed he found a mathematical pattern in the Greek texts of the bible that would indicate the documents that were most authentic and correct. Mr. Panin devoted much of his life to proving the inspired Word contained certain watermarks by God to preserve its truth. The Greek texts that contained this pattern were the ones he chose to be most reliable. These Greek texts were then translated into English. Ivan Panin used a literal word for word type translation for this work. When word for word Greek was too fragmented to read, Mr. Panin added additional words to give the sentence structure; marking those words in italics. The literal translating of words gives a new richness and depth into God’s word. With scripture renderings like: “And the Word became flesh and tabernacled among us,” (Jn 1:14); “and whosoever shall say, Thou fool, shall be in danger of the geenna of fire.” (Mt. 5:22); Amen I say to unto you that this race shall not pass away, till all be accomplished. (Lk. 21:32). Reading the Word from this translation will give new perspective of Scripture and is certainly worth adding to any collection of quality bible translations currently available. This edition has been reformatted with easy navigation in mind.
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