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I don't know the method that Wayne Grudem used. On possible method is Levenshtein Distance, which measures the number of insertions, deletions, and subsitutions needed to convert one text to another. In order to test the method and compare it with the 92% found in the chart, I ran the first chapter of Genesis (without verse numbers) through an online ...


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From the NET footnotes: 55 tc A few MSS (𝔓115 C, along with a few MSS known to Irenaeus {and two minuscule MSS, 5 and 11, no longer extant}), read 616 here, and several other witnesses have other variations. Irenaeus’ mention of MSS that have 616 is balanced by his rejection of such witnesses in this case. As intriguing as the reading 616 is (since the ...


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The NET Bible® Team First Edition Translators, Editors, and Consultants Old Testament Translators and Editors Pentateuch: Richard E. Averbeck, Ph.D. (Dropsie College) Robert B. Chisholm, Th.D. (Dallas Theological Seminary) Dorian Coover-Cox, Ph.D. (Dallas Theological Seminary) Eugene H. Merrill, Ph.D. (Columbia University) Allen P. Ross, Ph.D. ...



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