1. Even editors miss things?

It promised that apart from changes it has passed, that entitlements would remain the same.

2. Does this sentence make sentence, or should we replace on which with that?

I must refuse on the very same principle on which Mr. Newman diiallows the bible to have a true revelation of such a being.

3. for or of?

I look forward to your support of/for the sales team.
English 1b3It promised that apart from changes it has passed, that entitlements would remain the same.
Is the "it" that promised something the same "it" that has passed something? If so, or if not so, may we know what?
English 1b3I must refuse on the very same principle on which Mr. Newman diiallows the bible to have a true revelation of such a being.
To refuse on the principle is fine.
I think you've miiused "diiallows." You can't diiallow the Bible to have something.

Stylistically, the repeated "on" seems awkward.

I'd probably say "on the same principle which Mr. Newman used to blah blah blah."

You really need to straighten the logic out first.

The two "ons" might work if the expressions are parallel: I must refuse on the very same principle on which Mr. Newman refuses to accept blah blah blah.
English 1b3I look forward to your support of/for the sales team.
I like "for." It suggests an amount of support.
"Of" suggests "yes or no." Either you support the team or you do not.
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2. disallows is the intended word. And I'm not sure I understand you answer. I meant 'on which' should be replaced by that, not the first 'on' in the sentence.

3. Good point. I now like for more too
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English 1b32. disallows is the intended word. And I'm not sure I understand you answer. I meant 'on which' should be replaced by that, not the first 'on' in the sentence.
I realized the option you were suggesting a bit too late, but I really can't advise on that until you fix the meaning.

You can disallow an interpretation, but you can't disallow an entity to have something.