Don’t Christians read the footnotes in their Bibles!


Don’t Christians read the footnotes in their Bibles, as most modern translation have footnotes at the bottom of pages?

The historical truth is that Christians corrupted their scriptures. By interpolations, inserts, redactions and to say plainly, they forged parts of their gospels to come into line with their dogma. Yet, if you mention this to traditionalist Christians, they will inevitably cry foul. They would state that the Bible is infallible and incorruptible. What the Bible is, or more correctly, the ancient biblical manuscripts (MSS) are textual treasures even though Christians have themselves defiled them.

Still, most modern translated Bible have footnotes at the bottom of the page explaining the anomalies. If these Christians bothered to read the references, or took notice of Bible scholarship has to say on the desecration of their scripture, we would hopefully get a more polite response.


Footnotes such as for Mark 16:9-20 are accepted as a late addition into the Bible (the term late addition is a polite way of being politically correct—for Forged) by most leading Christian scholars and Christian blog sites. As is 1 John 5:7-8 aka Johannine Comma. Which plainly shows Christian wrongdoings of counterfeiting verses to show the authentication of the Trinity. Which would confirm Matthew 28:19 version, which is questionable?

However, unlike Paul or Saul (But granting that I myself did not burden you, I was crafty, you say, and got the better of you by deceit. 2 Corinthians 12:16 NKJV), I am not a liar for telling it as it is.

 And you have tested those who say they are apostles and are not, and have found them, liars.” Revelation 2:2 Is this about Paul? As Acts 1:21 stated that to be an apostle, Paul would have needed to of worked with Jesus and the rest of the apostles. However, Paul did not work amongst Jesus and the apostles. He was a false Prophet and an enemy to the followers of Jesus!  

Even Paul was not exempt from scribal anomalies. See footnote.


The anomaly on Matthew 28:19

The Catholic Encyclopedia, II, page 263:

The baptismal formula was changed from the name of Jesus Christ to the words Father, Son, and Holy Spirit by the Catholic Church in the second century.”

However, more on the Trinity topic in another discussion Post later! 

What do you say on the question that Christians corrupted their of scriptures?





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