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Old 10th April 2007, 11:05 AM
Ron Conte Ron Conte is offline
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Originally Posted by Joan View Post
Ron, I read through the thread again, but can't find specific on confessional bias. Does that mean a bias towards a one-time confession of faith, once saved always saved theology?

a 'confession' is a particular denomination.
a confessional bias is a bias toward the doctrines of that denomination

For example, one Protestant translation has a bias against the idea of Sacred Tradition, so every time the word tradition occurs in the text in a positive context, they translate it as 'teaching' and everytime the same word occurs in a negative context (such as referring to the Pharisees), they translate it as tradition.
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