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Tares among the wheat : the untold history of the Bible continues

Author: John DoerrChristian J PintoKimberly DoerrMeg A PintoBrown David.All authors
Publisher: [S.l.] : Adullam Films Production, ©2012.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : English
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Tares Among the Wheat will likely challenge what most scholars believe about Bible history, and the origins of modern Textual Criticism. In the 19th century, a revolution in biblical scholarship was prompted by the publication of a never-before-seen manuscript called Codex Sinaiticus. The work was allegedly "discovered" by a German scholar named Constantine von Tischendorf, who declared it to be the oldest Bible  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: John Doerr; Christian J Pinto; Kimberly Doerr; Meg A Pinto; Brown David.; John Shaffer; Adullam Films Production.
OCLC Number: 836050427
Language Note: In English.
Notes: Sequel to A lamp in the dark
Credits: Executive producer John Doerr; written & directed by Christian J. Pinto; associate producers Kimberly Doerr & Meg A. Pinto; featuring David Brown ... [et al.]; package design by jeff Martens.
Description: 1 videodisc (DVD) (170 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD.
Responsibility: An Adullam Films Production ; produced by John Doerr and Christian J. Pinto.

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Tares Among the Wheat will likely challenge what most scholars believe about Bible history, and the origins of modern Textual Criticism. In the 19th century, a revolution in biblical scholarship was prompted by the publication of a never-before-seen manuscript called Codex Sinaiticus. The work was allegedly "discovered" by a German scholar named Constantine von Tischendorf, who declared it to be the oldest Bible ever found. Tischendorf said he found the work in a rubbish basket at an ancient monastery in Egypt. While many in the academic world did not fully believe his story. they were willing to accept his claims about the antiquity of the codex. Yet shortly after his discovery was published, a renowned Greek paleographer named Constantine Simonides came forward and declared that the manuscript was no ancient text at all, but had been created by him in 1840. The controversy surrounding these events is perhaps the most incredible untold chapter in Bible history." -- Container

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