Science improves the Bible?

Many Protestants are returning to Rome, like Peter Kreeft. Because, as he says,
“…Catholics had a very high view of human reason and of human culture and of human art and of the human person and of human things.”
So human reason is valued over the word of God, and trust in the King James Bible is seen as ignorance.

From the introduction to the Nestle-Aland 28th edition:
“The 28th edition of the Novum Testamentum Graece…represents a new level of scientific research on the text of the Greek New Testament and offers a text newly established on this basis.” (in violation of the historic confessions, which tell us that nothing is to be added to the Bible that they had—Ed)

Science is always tentative, and always gives us a tentative word of God. That logically leads to Rome, since the Bible seems to contradict itself in the modern versions, and people can be confused into accepting a human institution’s claims to be infallible.


Author: Astrobiology Associates

Senior data analyst at Astrobiology Associates

One thought on “Science improves the Bible?”

  1. “So much of scholarship now judges the Bible instead of the opposite being true. Mainline Christians do not register that there has been an actual inversion of authoritative entities, but experience has shown that most ‘Christians’ readily and unwittingly accept the atrocious circumstance of scholarship having exalted itself to a place between the saints and the scriptures.” Kyle Stephens, The Certainty of the Words, p.635


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