by Sean Finnegan
Last time we covered two corrected corruptions (1 Timothy 3.16 and 1 John 5.7). This time we'll consider two uncorrected corruptions, including the long ending on Mark (16.9-20) and the passage about the adulterous woman that Jesus saves (John 7.53-8.11). Although these two texts are not found in the earliest and best manuscripts and translators have known this for decades, they continue to include them in virtually all English translations. What's going on here? In this episode you'll learn the textual basis for both passages and the reasons why textual scholars don't accept their authenticity.
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