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When did the textual variation in Daniel 7:13 arise?

The answer to your question is probably in “the old Greek translation of Daniel 7-12” by Sharon Pace Jeansonne. I’m sorry that I can’t read Greek and Hebrew well enough myself to answer your question.
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What is the internal & external evidence for the authorship/inclusion of 1 Corinthians 14:34-35 and what evidence is against its inclusion?

Here is the textual critical data from UBS5 on 1 Cor 14:34, 35 - The following MSS include these verses in their common place between V33 & V36 (with minor variants): P46, א, A, B, Psi,0150, 0243,...
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Does Revelation 22:18-19 threaten Christian Scribes salvation in terms of a parablepsis or Gloss?

The curse is not directed to minor unintentional scribal errors, but about deliberate interpolation, corruption. It seems the author is worried if someone may corrupt the message during the copying ...
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Does Revelation 22:18-19 threaten Christian Scribes salvation in terms of a parablepsis or Gloss?

Intent The critical variable here is intent. Jesus expressed the significant difference between knowingly doing something incorrect versus incorrect action through ignorance: 47 And that servant, ...
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Is there a Textual Issue with Ephesians 3:9?

This answer was taken from https://www.biblebookprofiler.com/ephesians-3-9-forgery.html Copied and pasted with some ommission. 11 Felony Forgeries against Jesus Christ in the bible Introduction What ...
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Is there a Textual Issue with Ephesians 3:9?

There are three textual matters/disputes in Eph 3:9 - one at the beginning of the verse as to whether the word πάντας (all things after φωτίσαι) should be included or not whether the word οἰκονομία (...
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Textual variants of “day of eternity” and exegesis of it (2 Peter 3:18)

In light of OP's questions it certainly helps to have a pattern of sound words as stated in 2 Timothy 1:13 A pattern of sound words is a word that is used consistently in scripture. Young's ...
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Textual variants of “day of eternity” and exegesis of it (2 Peter 3:18)

The only significant textual variation in the MSS of 2 Peter 3:18 is whether the verse ends with "Amen" or not. For details about this variation, see UBS5. As far as the phrase, εἰς ἡμέραν ...
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Heb 6.18 says there are two immutable things; why can't there be three immutable things (according to Gen 15, the covenant with Abram)?

I am struggling to grasp what you mean by suggesting there should be three immutable (or unchangeable) things by which Abraham could have hope in God’s promise to him. Context is everything, and ...
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Heb 6.18 says there are two immutable things; why can't there be three immutable things (according to Gen 15, the covenant with Abram)?

A covenant isn't a third thing. A covenant is simply a specific example of a formal agreement that someone commits to. To break such an agreement would be to break one's word, to deny one's promise or ...
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