We have all heard of harmonizations in the Greek text between the gospels. But harmonization is not limited to the gospels. I am working on the Acts of the Apostles right now, and we have a harmonization in Acts 9:5,6 in the Latin text and the Textus Receptus,
“It is hard for you to kick against the goads.” Then, trembling and awe-struck, he said, “Lord, what do you want me to do?” And the Lord said to him,
These words are not found in the Greek manuscripts, but come from Erasmus’ first edition of 1516, which in turn came from the Vulgate and old Latin MS h, which in turn probably came from Paul’s own later recounting of this event, found in all Greek editions in Acts 22:10 and 26:14.