TEXTUAL CRITICISM
List of Verses Changed
in the New Versions
Mark
VERSE
ACTION
NEW VERSION
1:1
REMOVED
"the Son of God"
NI, NAS, RS, NRS, NC
1:2
CHANGED
"prophets" to "Isaiah"
NI, NAS, RS, NRS, ES, LB, NC
1:14
REMOVED
"of the kingdom"
(gospel ... of God)
NI, NAS, RS, NRS, ES, LB, NC
1:31
REMOVED
"immediately"
NI, NAS, RS, NRS, ES, LB, NLT, NC
2:17
REMOVED
'to repentance"
NI, NAS, RS, NRS, ES, NC
3:29
CHANGED
"eternal damnation"
to "eternal sin"
NI, NAS, NKJ. RS, NRS, LB, NC
5:6
CHANGED
"worshipped"
to "bowed down"
NI, NAS, RS, NRS, ES, NC
6:11
REMOVED
l
ast 23 words
NI, NAS, RS, NRS, ES, LB, NC
6:16
REMOVED
"
from the dead"
NAS, ES
6:33
CHANGED
"
him" to "them"
NAS, ES
7:8
REMOVED
last 15 words
NI, NAS, RS, NRS, ES, LB, NC
7:16
REMOVED
e
ntire verse
NI, NAS, RS, NRS, ES, LB, NC
9:24
REMOVED
"
Lord" (refers to Jesus)
NAS, RS, NRS, ES, LB, NC
9:29
REMOVED
"
and fasting" (prayer...)
NI, NAS, ES, NLT, MSG
9:42
REMOVED
"in me"
NAS
9:44
REMOVED
entire verse
NI, NAS, RS, NRS, LB, NC
9:46
REMOVED
"draweth nigh unto me
with their mouth"
NI, NAS, RS, NRS, LB, NC
9:49
REMOVED
"
and every sacrifice shall be
salted with salt
"
NI, NAS, RS, NRS, ES, LB, NC
10:21
REMOVED
"take up the cross"
NI, NAS, RS, NRS, ES, LB, NC
10:24
REMOVED
"
for them that trust in riches"
NI, NAS, RS, NRS, ES, NC
11:10
REMOVED
"that cometh in
the name of the Lord"
NI, NAS, RS, NRS, ES, LB, NC
11:26
REMOVED ENTIRE VERSE
NI, NAS, RS, NRS, ES, LB, NC
12:23
REMOVED
"
when they shall rise"
NI, RS, NRS, LB
12:40
CHANGED
"greater damnation" to
"punished most severely"
or "greater condemation"
NI, NAS, NKJ, RS, NRS, LB, NC
13:6
CHANGED
"Why callest thou me good"
to
"Why do you ask me
about what is good?"
NI, NAS, RS, NRS, ES, NC
13:14
REMOVED
"
spoken of
by the prophet Daniel
"
NI, NAS, RS, NRS, LB, NC
13:33
REMOVED
"and
pray"
NI, NAS, RS, NRS, LB, NC
14:68
REMOVED
"
and the cock crew"
NI, NAS, RS
15:28
REMOVED ENTIRE VERSE
NI, NAS, RS, NRS, LB, NC
16:9-20
REMOVED
ENTIRE LAST 12 VERSES
of Mark 16
NI, NAS, RS, NRS, LB, NC
The past century has seen a major change in how the New Testament is perceived.
It has been reflected in the treatment of the New Testament in the new versions.
Using the Bible used by all for the past 400 years, look at the comparison.
Do those incidents noted make a difference?
Or are they merely updating the language and correcting mistakes?
Do they clarify or muddle?