The Attack on the Bible
The Attack on the Bible
by Terry Watkins and James L. Melton (Edited by Tom Mack)
God promised in Psalms 12:7 that He would preserve His word, "Thou shalt KEEP them, O LORD, thou shalt PRESERVE them from this generation FOR EVER."
And God keeps His promise! I believe, without a doubt, the King James Bible is the preserved word of God. And the new versions are satanic counterfeits to cast doubt, cause confusion and ATTACK THE LORD JESUS CHRIST!
And I'm going to prove that on the remainder of this message! If you've come this far, please keep reading - what you're about to read - may be the most important words YOU WILL EVER READ!
Are the new versions different?
Most people believe the different versions are basically the same. They believe the newer versions are just "harmless" updating of words and made easier to understand.
NOTHING COULD BE FURTHER FROM THE TRUTH!
One of the clearest verses in the Bible proclaiming the deity of Jesus Christ, that Jesus was God in the flesh, is 1 Timothy 3:16. The King James Bible reads, "And without controversy great is the mystery of godliness: GOD WAS MANIFEST IN THE FLESH. . ." The King James says, clearly, "GOD was manifest in the flesh".
The New International Version (NIV) says, "HE appeared in a body". The NIV, NASV, RSV, NRSV, etc, change "GOD" to "HE". "He appeared in a body"? Big deal! Everyone has "appeared in a body"! The KJV is clear and definite, "GOD was manifest in the flesh". "He" is a pronoun that refers to a noun or antecedent. There is no antecedent in the context! The statement does NOT even make grammatical sense!
Part 1 - The Attack on the Bible
Part 2 - The King James Version of 1611
Why Accept the KJV as God's Preserved Word?
Questions for the KJV Critics
75 Common Sayings from the KJV
The Italicized Words
Part 3 - Text and Translating
Antioch vs. Alexandria
Sinaiticus and Vaticanus
Facts about Westcott and Hort
Translating the King James Bible
Part 4 - Let's Compare Bibles
Part 5 - New Age Bible Versions
Part 6 - KJV: Editions, Apocrypha and Errors
The Various Editions of the 1611 A.V.
Why the KJV Did Not Accept the Apocrypha
Errors in the King James Bible?
Part 7 - Wrap-up: King James vs The New Age
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We still have no reason to doubt that the KJV Bible we hold in our hands is the very word of God preserved for us in the English language. The authority for its veracity lies not in the first printing of the King James Version in 1611, or in the character of King James I, or in the scholarship of the 1611 translators, or in the literary accomplishments of Elizabethan England, or even in the Greek Received Text. Our authority for the infallible words of the English Bible lies in the power and promise of God to preserve His Word! God has the power. We have His Word.
A Comparison Between the King James (KJV) & The New American Standard (NASB) Bibles
August 17, 2008 UPDATE
KJV or Modern Versions?