If he had indeed come into possession of this ancient folio Bible, the place to which he went to get a clear ink-outline is far from any of the Bible annotated reference centers. But at best, it is a reference copy by Bruce Metzger, the New Testament editor of the Textual Criticism Project of the University of Chicago. The Jewish text in the Dead Sea Scroll was not in Hebrew or Aramaic but in Greek. To the probable eye of a Christian of the fourth century, the Latin Vulgate was the Bible. Metzger was not a Christian, but the writer of The Ten Commandments did make reference to the fourth commandment, and how this could be, Metzger was reading a Latin Vulgate. If this was indeed the scroll that he possessed, his work was done. For some reason, he did not take this text to a local Catholic reference center.
If you are a regular reader of this blog, and no matter what type of person you are, there is no way you can go on without knowing Mr Bushby has The Ten Commandments in his possession. There is no question that I know his views on this. I am not going to go into the details. His book is a perfect book for a Christian to read in the Bible. Mr Bushby gives us the results of his research and the evidence gathered by other men who have written books on this subject. Many people who continue to use the Bible have not done any research, nor have they taken the time to read the Bible beyond the New Testament. If they have not done so, they cannot be among the biggest Bibles users on the planet. Mr Bushby gives us ample material to refute the Bible in this text. Mr Bushby does a great job of it. 3d9ccd7d82