Bible - Versions & Translations

What is the danger behind the Vatican's effort to change the wording of Matthew 6:13 and Luke 11:4?
The motive behind the Vatican's change in the Lord's Prayer is to denigrate the power of Christ, and elevate the alleged power of Mary and the pope.
The Vatican is attempting to change the phrase "lead us not into temptation" in Matthew 6:13 and Luke 11:4. Why?
In this article and one to follow, we present material on the mistranslation of a verse in the Gospel of Matthew in "evangelical" Bible versions in order to support Rome's false doctrines of the perpetual virginity and sinless perfection of Mary, which facilitate Romanism's false portrayal of Mary as a mediatrix for sinners and co-redemptrix alongside Jesus Christ.
This version has been greatly influenced by Roman Catholic guidelines in translation. In fact, various verses in this Bible do support the doctrines of Rome and undermine Protestant teachings.
This article, and the one to follow, discuss the efforts of Popes John Paul II, Benedict XVI, and Francis to further discredit Protestant Biblical scholarship and expand Vatican control of Bible translation worldwide.
Through subtle but strategic changes in its infiltration of the United Bible Societies, the Vatican has achieved its goal of controlling Bible translation - both Protestant and Catholic - worldwide.
One of the leaders of the United Bible Societies has been a Jesuit who was almost elected pope in 2005.
Rome could not tolerate the spread of the authentic Scriptures in the languages of the nations. It therefore devised a cunning plan to effectively undermine Bible translation worldwide.
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