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Hamza speaks to Liz (Christian) & later on with Sid Cordel (christian missionary) in this video. Hamza questions Liz about the Bible and its stories such as God commanding Moses to kill men, women and children (Numbers 31) However Liz believes these killings were not approved by God but realises she was wrong after Hamza explained.
Matthew 28:19 reads in modern day bibles as : “Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.” (NIV) however Eusebius
who was the Bishop of Caesarea and is known as “The Father of Church History” never quotes it as it appears today in modern Bibles, but always finishes the verse with the words “in my name.”
“Go ye and make disciples of all the nations in my name.” All records in the New Testament show that the disciples were baptizing in the name of the Lord Jesus, just as the text Eusebius was quoting said to do. In other words, the “name of Jesus Christ,”
So the question arrises if Matthew 28:19 is reliable or not and that the phrase was enlarged to reflect the orthodox position as Trinitarian influence spread.
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