Comma Johanneum

The Comma Johanneum is a comma (a short clause) in the First Epistle of John (1 John 5:7–8). This text is variously referred to as the Comma Johanneum, the Johannine Comma, the Heavenly Witnesses, 1 John 5:7 or 1 John v:7.

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Comma Johanneum - The Grammar in 1 John 5:7-8
... In footnote 193 on page 257 in his 1815 book, Nolan quotes two small out of context excerpts from a letter that Eugenius Bulgaris (1716–1806), an expert in the Greek language, wrote in 1780, in which Eugenius analyzes the Greek grammar in 1 John 57-8 in the Received Text ... Nolan claims in footnote 193 that Eugenius’ analysis of the grammar is the same as his (Nolan’s) analysis of the grammar ...
Trinity - References Used From Scripture - Comma Johanneum
... the Word, and the Holy Ghost and these three are one." However, this Comma Johanneum is not considered to be part of the genuine text ...
First Epistle Of John - Comma Johanneum
... Among the most controversial verses of the Bible is what some consider an explicit reference that supports the doctrine of the trinity, the Comma Johanneum, (1 John 57–8) ... Although verse 7 does not appear in any version of the Greek text prior to the ninth century, it appears in most of the Latin manscripts, especially in the Vetus Itala (Old Latin predating Jerome) ...

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