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Codex-Washingtoneus. The Oldest Manuscripts of the Gospels. All New Testament Manuscript Images are taken from the Internet Site of CSNTM. II Peter 1:16.

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codex washingtoneus
Codex-Washingtoneus
  • The Oldest Manuscripts
  • of the Gospels
ii peter 1 16
II Peter 1:16

16 We did not follow cleverly invented stories when we told you about the power and coming of our Lord Jesus Christ, but we were eyewitnesses of his majesty.

inspiration of the bible
Inspiration of the Bible

II Peter 1:20-21

20 Above all, you must understand that no prophecy of scripture came about by the prophet’s own interpretation. 21 For prophecy never had its origin in the will of man, but men spoke from God as they were carried along by the Holy Spirit.

john 14 25 26
John 14:25-26

“All this I have spoken while still with you. But the Counselor, the Holy Spirit, whom the Father will send in my name, will teach you all things and will remind you of everything I have said to you.”

the skeptic s theory
1. Jesus was probably a real person, but

2. He did not have supernatural powers.

3. The story of Jesus was transmitted orally for several centuries before

4. It was finally written down by Christians with much embellishment and myth.

5. His conclusion: The Gospels cannot be trusted as eyewitness accounts.

The Skeptic’s Theory
manuscript transmission
Manuscript Transmission

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manuscripts of the new testament
Manuscripts of the New Testament
  • Name Date
  • Codex Sinaiticus 350 AD
  • Codex Vaticanus 325 AD
  • Codex Alexandrinus 500 AD
  • Codex Bezae Cantikrigiensis 500-600 AD
  • Codex Claromontinus 600 AD
  • Codex Washingtoneus (500 AD)
the discovery of codex w
The Discovery of Codex-W

The manuscripts were found by a native treasure hunter in Egypt south of Cairo about 1900 AD, and they were then sold to an Egyptian antiquities dealer, Sheikh Aly Arabi. The Codex was reported to have been found buried in the sand in the ruins of an ancient Christian church. Mr. Arabi sold the Codex to an American, Mr. Charles Lang Freer, who then put them in the Freer Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. in 1906 AD. The price was $7,750. The manuscripts were examined by a scholar, Professor Henry A. Sanders of the University of Michigan, who, by the Greek writing style, estimated that the Codex dated to the late Fourth or early Fifth Century. The book was put in a drawer in the Freer Gallery and left for about 75 years until Lee Woodard asked to study it.

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THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO MARKON

THEBEGINNINGOFTHEGOSPELABOUTJESUSCHRISTTHESONOFGOD.ITISWRITTENINISAIAHTHEPROPHETIWILLSENDMYMESSENGERAHEADOFYOUWHOWILLPREPAREYOURWAYAVOICEOFONECALLINGINTHEDESERTPREPARETHEWAYFORTHELORDMAKESTRAIGHTPATHSFORHIM.ANDSOJOHNCAMEBAPTIZINGINTHEDESERTREGIONANDPREACHINGABAPTISMOFREPENTANCEFORTHEFORGIVENESSOFSINS.THEWHOLEJUDEANCOUNTRYSIDEANDALLTHEPEOPLEOFJERUSALEMWENTOUTTOHIMCONFESSINGTHEIRSINS.THEYWEREBAPTIZEDBYHIMINTHEJORDANRIVER:

the greek uncial alphabet
The Greek Uncial Alphabet

A Α I Ι P Π Z Z

B Β K Κ R Ρ Ρs Ψ

G Γ L Λ S C (Σ) Xi Ξ

D Δ M Μ T Τ

E Ε N Ν Th Θ

Ph Φ O Ο U Υ

H Η O ω Chi Χ

the greek uncial alphabet1
The Greek Uncial Alphabet

A Α I Ι P Π Z Z

B Β K Κ R Ρ Ρs Ψ

G Γ L Λ S C (Σ) Xi Ξ

D Δ M Μ T Τ

E Ε N Ν Th Θ

Ph Φ O Ο U Υ

H Η O ω Chi Χ

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Front Cover

Matthew and John

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Back Cover

Luke and Mark

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Initial Research by

Dr. Lee W. Woodard

Sallisaw, Oklahoma