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    Jerome as author-translator of the full Vulgate New Testament

    So are you thinking (this is a question BTW) John's original didn't have the earthly witnesses? If not, why does such a truncated ;) manuscript bring you such delight?
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    1 John 5:7-8 Johannine Comma - Tertullian Adversus Praxeas 25.1

    You sound a little distracted ;) Mr Avery. Distracted ;) by Tertullian's argumentation against Praxeas in Chapter 25 perhaps. Couldn't help but notice that your post's appear quite truncated ;) lately.
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    1 John 5:7-8 Johannine Comma - Tertullian Adversus Praxeas 25.1

    Nope. That's Tertullian's argument. Tertullian of Carthage (circa. A.D./C.E.) Liber Adversus Praxeam Translation By Peter Holmes, 1870 Chapter 25.1 "Post Philippum et totam substantiam quaestionis istius, quae in finem Evangelii perseverant in eodem genere sermonis, quo Pater et Filius in...
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    1 John 5:7-8 Johannine Comma - Tertullian Adversus Praxeas 25.1

    The full Comma would not distract from Tertullian's argument in Chapter 25, anymore than the three words "tres unum sunt" in Adversus Praxeam. Tertullian of Carthage (circa. A.D./C.E.) Adversus Praxeam Chapter 25.1 “Ita connexus Patris in Filio et Filii in Paracleto tres efficit cohaerentes...
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    1 John 5:7-8 Johannine Comma - Tertullian Adversus Praxeas 25.1

    There's nothing specifically in Adversus Praxeam chapter 25, either, about Tertullian saying there is any sort of need to "truncate" a quotation of either of the two verses that constitute the full Comma verses (7 and 8 KJV-numbering) in John's First Catholic Epistle chapter 5, down to less than...
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    1 John 5:7-8 Johannine Comma - Tertullian Adversus Praxeas 25.1

    So Tertullian deliberately (or accidentally?) truncated the Comma from a full two verse (parenthetical text) syntactic parallel because the Montanist "church['s]" unity was being "distract[ed]"? Tertullian argues about the need to truncate verses into smaller portions in order to protect New...
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    1 John 5:7-8 Johannine Comma - Tertullian Adversus Praxeas 25.1

    The full un-truncated Comma "For there are three that bear record in heaven, the Father, the Word, and the Holy Ghost: and these three are one" was a distraction for the church? How?
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    1 John 5:7-8 Johannine Comma - Tertullian Adversus Praxeas 25.1

    How could "For there are three that bear record in heaven, the Father, the Word, and the Holy Ghost: and these three are one" be a distraction? What is it distracting from?
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    1 John 5:7-8 Johannine Comma - Tertullian Adversus Praxeas 25.1

    Why would he only give "part" of 1 John 5:7 when the whole Comma would not be out of place at all! It would aid his argument. Tertullian of Carthage (circa. A.D./C.E.) Adversus Praxeam Chapter 25.1 “Ita connexus Patris in Filio et Filii in Paracleto tres efficit cohaerentes alterum ex...
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    1 John 5:7-8 Johannine Comma - Tertullian Adversus Praxeas 25.1

    Was Tertullian giving the matching unity concept part from his Latin Bible in verse 8 "tres unum sunt"? 1 John 5:8 (KJV-numbering) Vulgate [Clause-A] "Et tres sunt, qui testimonium dant [Clause-B] in terra : [Clause-C] Spiritus, et aqua, et sanguis : [Clause-D] et hi tres unum sunt." Did he...
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    1 John 5:7-8 Johannine Comma - Tertullian Adversus Praxeas 25.1

    Tertullian was giving the "tres unum sunt" part from verse 8? 1 John 5:8 (KJV-numbering) Vulgate [Clause-A] "Et tres sunt, qui testimonium dant [Clause-B] in terra : [Clause-C] Spiritus, et aqua, et sanguis : [Clause-D] et hi tres unum sunt."
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    1 John 5:7-8 Johannine Comma - Tertullian Adversus Praxeas 25.1

    You don't see any "three baptism text" in Tertullian's writings? Strange. Perhaps it's because your not familiar enough with his writings. Tertullian of Carthage (circa.145-225 C.E.) Adversus Praxeam Chapter 26.9 "et novissime mandans ut tinguerent in patrem et filium et spiritum...
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