For those who make scripture authentic, make it canonical; since it is only authentic scripture that is canonical, and it is canonical, because it is authentic. Now they have made their scripture authentic, forasmuch as it was not authentic … [Continue reading] about William Whitaker on Canon and Text
In light of my last post, I thought I'd share the following. I came across something like this on the Internet the other day... The KJV is not a publisher's Bible but our Bible. Millions of people have adopted the KJV, have come to love it, and have … [Continue reading] about The King James Version is “Our Bible”
As a lover of the King James Bible, I am astounded at how many people respond with condemnation to any positive reference regarding this translation. On the one hand I get it. There is that angst we all feel that is a reaction to some of the … [Continue reading] about What’s the Deal with All the KJV Hate?
In Chapter 1, Section 8 of the Westminster Confession, the Savoy Declaration, and the 1689 London Baptist Confession of Faith we read: The Old Testament in Hebrew (which was the native language of the people of God of old), and the New Testament in … [Continue reading] about Reformed Confessions of Faith and the Traditional Text
You don't have to look very long to find a comment like this... You were worth so much to God that He was willing to die to redeem you, so you could be in His family. The truth is, you are not special. There is nothing about you that is worthy of … [Continue reading] about God Does Not Love You Because You Are Special