Section 4. Medieval Manuscripts of the Bible

26. Armenian Leaf from the Gospel of John, Circa 900 AD

Museum of Christian Missions, South Korea

This parchment leaf preserves the earliest Arminian writing. It was part of the Gospel of John and was later reused as a cover. The Arminian script, like many alphabets, was developed to write the Bible, teach reading and make converts.
This parchment leaf preserves the earliest Arminian writing. It was part of the Gospel of John and was later reused as a cover. The Arminian script, like many alphabets, was developed to write the Bible, teach reading and make converts.