Currently, a full discussion of the new Manuscript Hermeneutics (with many downloads and links to several of our relevant websites) will be found at International Authorized Version, as well as in our book Manuscript Hermeneutics (with companion DVD) (link not active yet).
Manuscript hermeneutics never changes in its bases, methods, methodologies, and conclusions and is always adding new bases, methods, and methdologies. The new bases, methods, and methodologies are necessary to defend against new lies and hoaxes of false scholarship. The new bases, methods, and methodologies include aurum verses and digigraph principles. Now, here is the basic principle of the new Manuscript Hermeneutics:
The Bible contains verses that are found in all of the ancient manuscripts of the Bible. We call these verses “aurum verses.” Now, the aurum verses contain the principles which identify the correct, ancient manuscripts of the Bible. We call these principles “digigraph principles.”
Here are a few applications of this basic principle: