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  • Gods Truth Never Changes on 1 Esdras 1
    Strange they quote Martin Luther when, in his German Translation of the Bible he took Scriptures out of the KJV and added to them, so why would we want to Trust his advice. Also why take to Heart what is not Gods Truth it just leads to confusion.
  • Bob Hilt - in Reply on 1 Esdras 1
    Martin Luther died before the King James Bible was even started so I have no idea where you get your information from. the King James was finished in 1611 and Luther died in 1546.
  • Seeking Gods Truth - in Reply on 1 Esdras 1
    Bob are your claiming this Website is in error when it tells us that Martin Luther said; that
    the Apocrypha that is books which are not regarded as equal to the Holy Scriptures etc etc. If he was dead how could he have said this, they also mention the Dead Sea Scrolls but they had error too because it was not only those who believed in God that stored their Manuscripes in the Caves. But Please
    explain Bob if Martin Luther died in 1546 how did he know about the Apocrypha and have you read his German Translation of the Bible, if so you would have seen the contradictions in referance to the KJV. Are you sure Bob you are refering to the same Martin Luther If so please contact Admin.
  • Seeking Gods Truth - in Reply on 1 Esdras 1
    Hi Bob, I read Martin Luthers Biography yes he did die in 1546 and I agree with his understanding of Gods Truth that we cant earn our Salvation but we will show we have it as confirmed by Jesus in Matthew 25:31-46 The Changes He made in his Translation were no doubt to confirm what he believed was true but I will check again on the Website that claimed he was wrongly changing Scripture. I have mostly Worshiped in other Protestant Churches so do not know much about his Reformation only that he rejected the Heresy in the Roman Catholic Church which is good, that is why I found it hard to accept he would agree with the Apocrypha it does contridict Gods Truth as we see in Jude about the Angels.


 

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