A Bible Typo as Prelude to the Hymn of Jesus

A Bible Typo as Prelude to the Hymn of Jesus December 29, 2015

The Acts of John concludes with Jesus leading his disciples in song (with words that Gustav Holst famously set to music). Abram Kielsmier-Jones spotted a typo in an English heading in his Greek New Testament, which may provide the backstory to the incident in the Acts of John:

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  • Phil Ledgerwood

    I think that’s totally feasible. We all know what happened when someone gave Holst that carpentry book – The Planers.