I will never leave thee, nor forsake thee. —Hebrews 13:5 When my father and my mother forsake me, then the Lord will take me up. —Psalm 27:10 We live in a culture that cheers the oddball. The person that marches to the tune of a different … [Continue reading] about The Loneliness of Being Different
This post G.K. Chesterton: Women Shouldn't Pursue Careers? was originally published on Intellectual Takeout by Devin Foley. As we drove home from a family trip, my wife and I got to talking about the challenging situations some of her female … [Continue reading] about G.K. Chesterton: Women Shouldn’t Pursue Careers?
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?