An exploration into how the Hebrew Scriptures, considered a part of God’s inspired Word, were copied, retained their integrity, and were transmitted to the present day.
Unravel the linguistic roots of the New Testament as we delve into the original languages in which these sacred texts were penned. Discover the rich tapestry of Greek, Latin, and Syriac manuscripts that have shaped centuries of Biblical interpretation and study.
Discover the remarkable story of Robert Estienne, also known as Stephanus, a printer who played a pivotal role in Bible study and the production of accurate Bibles during the Renaissance and Reformation. Learn about his innovative methods, critical editions, and impact on typography. Explore his conflicts with the Catholic Church, his move to Geneva, and his contributions to verse divisions and translations.