“The worlds oldest Bible is a replica: Simonides the scribe.” James Snapp, Jr. vs Steven Avery
In this episode Steven Avery and James Snapp, Jr. debate the thesis “The worlds oldest Bible is a replica: Simonides the scribe.”
Steven will take the affirmative and James the negative.
There was a video we played from BBC that showed the condition of Aleph vellum and the ink on it as well. BBC blocked this video so I had to edit it out. Here is the video we played and trimmed out.
Here is a video from 1933 as well when it moved from mascow to London. https://videos.files.wordpress.com/FdScOuZ6/codex-sinaiticus-british-movietone-footage-1933_dvd.mp4
Here is a link to the pure bible forum for Steven Avery. feel free to use that or Facebook to contact Steven. www.purebibleforum.com
10 minute opening statements.
37 minutes of open moderated dialogue where I pick the topic and you Steven and James discuss.
Audience Q&A for 15 minutes before Round 2.
Round 2- of open moderated debate where I pick the topic.
4 minute responses
5 minute closing statements.
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Topics of discussion:
provenance, palaeogrphy, history, impossible variants, coincidence and probabilities
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