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Korean Version of the Bible.
The Korean Version of the King's Korean Version refers to the Korean Bible, which was revised in 1961 from the revision of the entire Bible (1938). Before the appearance of the revised version, it was widely used by Protestants, and was used by the Korean Anglican Church before the appearance of the joint translation Bible in 1977.
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[Quotes from the Korean Bible Society]
Q: There is a part in the New Testament that says (None). Why is this part?
If you look at Matthew 17:21, there is no text where the text should be, instead, it is enclosed in parentheses and the word "no verse 21" is found in the parentheses. And there is an instruction to look at margin number 1. If you follow the instructions and look at margin number 1, it reads, "In some manuscripts, verse 21 [except for prayer and fasting, this kind of thing does not go out]." This is a later manuscript taken from Mark 9:29 and added.
In verse 18:11, there is no text, and in the margins it says, "In some manuscripts, verse 11 [The Son of Man came to save the lost]." This is what a later copy took from Luke 19:10 and added it to it.
The section that says "no verse" is a text that is not found in ancient manuscripts. These texts are not found in papyrus manuscripts from around the 3rd century, or capital manuscripts from the 4th-5th centuries. This text appears only in lowercase manuscripts from around the 11th century.
Since the 11th century manuscripts were used to identify the verses and assigned a unique number thereto, in the case of verses that were not in the previous ancient manuscripts, only the verses were excluded and the verse number was left unchanged. Came out. The 11th century manuscript is an enlarged manuscript. The enlarged content is not from anywhere else, but from a relevant passage in the Bible. Therefore, it is easy to see that it is by no means an unfamiliar text by looking at the text that was added to it in the margin note marked "No-verse".