Compilations

The Bible teaches that there can be only one correct family of compilations (Greek-Hebrew texts [group {singular} of compilations]) of all of the ancient manuscripts of the Bible and this is the King James Bible family of compilations of all of the ancient manuscripts of the Bible. The difference(s) between the compilations is alphabetic and neither orthographic (relating to spelling) nor semantic (relating to meaning); for example, here is the name of God in two different Hebrew alphabets:

Hebrew Alphabets

Changing the alphabet did not change the meaning. Changing the alphabet did not change God’s message. Changing the alphabet aided understanding.

The following are Greek and Hebrew texts based on all of the ancient manuscripts:

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