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from History of Reformation of the 16th Century, by J. H. Merle D' Aubigne)
Bible can be the most misunderstood book in the world without an
understanding of grammar. Considering the importance of grammar it is a
crime of major proportions to deprive our children of it's understanding.
New Testament was written in Greek. How, then, could we read
it? It had to be translated into English. Someone had to know
Greek grammar as well as English grammar to do that!
H. Merle D' Aubigne tells us that, "Grammar played an important part
in the Reformation." John Reuchlin (1455-1522) needed
Greek manuscripts for accurately translating Greek into English and that,
as a result of the invasion of Greece by the Turks, he was providentially
provided with them so that he was able to write a Greek grammar. D'
Aubigne's comment is, "this greatly facilitated the study of that
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04/01/2004 by Linda L
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