Napsal(a) Henry MacLagan
Verse 6. For it certainly happens with such false worshipers, that infernal falsity conjoined with evil will openly corrupt the church, especially as to the affections of good, and as regards Divine Truth internal and external, even when, in a state of temptation there is mourning on account of lost truth, and fluctuation between good and evil.
To many Protestant and Evangelical Italians, the Bibles translated by Giovanni Diodati are an important part of their history. Diodati’s first Italian Bible edition was printed in 1607, and his second in 1641. He died in 1649. Throughout the 1800s two editions of Diodati’s text were printed by the British Foreign Bible Society. This is the more recent 1894 edition, translated by Claudiana.