members, click to sign in..

2,767 active users!Bandwidth
SUNDAY
AUG 31, 2014
Home
NewsSITE
Events & Blogs
New Audio & Video
BroadcastersNew Stuff!
Local Church Finder
Live Webcasts
Sermons by Bible
Sermons by Topic
Sermons by Speaker
Sermons by Date
Staff Picks
CommentsALL -3 hrs
Top Sermons
VideosPDFs
Daily Log
PhotosNew Stuff!
StoresNew Stuff!
Online Bible
Hymnal
Daily Reading
Our Services
Submit Sermon
Members Only

 
RELIGION, CURRENT EVENTS, TECHNOLOGY Subscribe to the breaking newsWhat is RSS?
FRONT PAGE  |  8/31/2014
Choice News FRIDAY, OCT 24, 2008  |  41 comments
SERMONAUDIO TIP
The Gospel of John Project Officially Launched!
"So then faith cometh by hearing, and hearing by the word of God." -- Romans 10:17

We have officially launched an exciting new outreach endeavor that we are calling the Gospel of John Project where the ultimate goal is to deliver as many copies of the Gospel of John as possible to homes in every major city across America. This project is a joint-effort between SermonAudio.com and the Trinitarian Bible Society and any listener or broadcaster can take part!

Why are we doing this?

The Gospel of John has been used more frequently than any other to bring people to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ; it was written for that purpose. The Gospel of John Project is an effort to put into the hands of the people an eyewitness account of the most influential person in history, Jesus Christ. R. A Torrey a famous preacher of the last century said ‚ÄúThe best book in the world to put into the hands of one who desires to know about Jesus and to be saved is the gospel of John.‚ÄĚ It is the hope of SermonAudio that many hurting homes and broken lives will be helped by the message of this incredible book.

How does this work?

As we are able, our commitment is to mail out at least 10,000 quality copies of the Gospel of John to the designated target city. Our prayer is that over time, we will be able to reach every major city across America with its own uniquely-themed Gospel of John booklet. Any support amount by individuals or broadcasters is welcome and publicly acknowledged. However, broadcasters will have the option to be included in the list of sponsoring churches printed in the inside cover of every booklet.

The benefits are many.

This is a genuine outreach opportunity for any individual or broadcaster to reach people who may not otherwise be reached. The recipients most certainly benefit when they receive the Gospel in this manner. But local churches that are in the area will also benefit when potential families are directed to the Local Church Finder by way of a simple URL prominently printed on the front cover. And finally, supporting churches will benefit with the additional exposure both in the booklet itself and on the site by way of the free featured sermon. Rarely does so little do so much!

Click here to visit our Gospel of John section…

   RECENT SERMONAUDIO TIPS | VIEW ALL
•  SermonAudio Tip: SermonAudio iPhone + iPad Edition v3.6!
•  SermonAudio Tip: SermonAudio & Reforming Families Conference Webcast
•  SermonAudio Tip: SermonAudio App v2.5.8 for Android Mobile Devices
•  SermonAudio Tip: New SermonAudio Tips and Q&A Support Site!
•  SermonAudio Tip: Affordable Live Video Webcasting with Mobile Support!
•  SermonAudio Tip: Enjoy SermonAudio via Chromecast on your TV!
•  SermonAudio Tip: Affordable Church App for iPhone + iPad + Android!
COMMENTS | show all | add new  
    Sorting Order:  
· Page 1 ·  Found: 41 user comment(s)
News Item8/7/09 11:12 PM
John Pittman Hey | Greenwood, Mississippi  Protected NameContact via emailFind all comments by John Pittman Hey
This Gospel of John project is well worth the support of Believers.

Our church has participated in it, and recently we received copies of the various imprints.

The print style and size are very readable and the entire piece is very attractive. Indeed, it would be nice to have the entire Scriptures printed in such a format!

41

News Item8/6/09 8:08 PM
Michael G. | South Shore MA  Find all comments by Michael G.
That was very well said... and I am encouraged and inspired by your heart. But I must confess, I don't think I will ever be ready for such a thing like that... I was baptized in the Holy Spirit this past sunday Aug 2. And I'm so afraid of how I shall Glorify God in my Death.

But I know one thing, that I serve an infinitely Lovely God! And he told me as I was writing in my journal, that so shall my death to him, be lovely...

God Bless You My Brothers and Sisters,

Pray and Do Not Lose Heart (Luke 18)

I have a feeling that the Lord is doing exceedingly abundantly more than we could imagine in this country (Ephesians 3:20). I just came back from "Legacy Conference" in Chicago, and God's Spirit was at work there...

(By The Way) This letter is coming from South Shore Massachusetts, not the Bible Belt. "People from every tribe nation, and tongue!" (^_^)

40

News Item4/26/09 4:27 PM
Jack H | Forney, Texas  Find all comments by Jack H
Regarding the Gospel of John project:
What a great way to participate in a Reformation type work and do hardly absolutely nothing but type in your credit card number and not worry about persecution (yet). I wonder what The Lord thinks when He ordained William Tyndale to be burned at the stake for a similar work and then observes very few sponsors in this present day effort. I'm glad I'm one of the few!
39

News Item2/16/09 11:51 PM
mhoppe | WI.  Find all comments by mhoppe
This is good News in dark times. Our small church has a Bearing precious seed also. But we need the Word out there more than ever in these later days. Good for you Sermon Audio I wish I could be part of it.But times are hard on our family I thank God that I'm able to listen to the preaching for free also.
38

News Item1/31/09 1:38 PM
dave | spring run, pa  Find all comments by dave
kenny,

you are right. I went to the TBS website and did a quick check of their articles of faith and some other articles.
no doubt it is the kjv.

37

News Item1/31/09 10:43 AM
kenny  Find all comments by kenny
If the Trinitarian Bible Society is involved, I can assure you that they are using the KJV exclusively.
36

News Item1/31/09 8:49 AM
dave | spring run, pa  Find all comments by dave
is this project using the kjv or not?
35

News Item1/26/09 7:31 PM
TheBibleSender | USA  Contact via emailFind all comments by TheBibleSender
I think some of you who want to use this forum to debate the KJV should go it it somewhere else. There are plenty of places to do it. This is meant for feedback on the Gospels of John not what you believe to be a better text. You are causing confusion to those who may be coming here looking for answers. God bless.

P.S. Any thought on my previous suggestions of a banner ad to put on my site?

34

News Item1/18/09 3:12 PM
Shane | Canada  Contact via emailFind all comments by Shane
Would I be able to receive a copy of the Gospel of John booklet or format. I would like to mimic this project in my own city!

Thx
swe@telus.net

33

News Item1/17/09 12:32 PM
Aaron Walton | Missouri  Contact via emailFind all comments by Aaron Walton
Thanks for giving out these Gospels of John through the Trinitarian Bible Society! I am very grateful you are doing this. I am also very grateful you chose to do it through TBS. Thank you for getting the Word of God to peoples homes!
32

News Item12/19/08 11:50 PM
The Baptist  Find all comments by The Baptist
Good Job! Bearing precious seed and many other Independent fundamental Baptist printing ministries has been doing this for over 15 years. Independent Baptist Missionaries and Church planters give out 50-100 thousand a year. one church in New England did 13,000.in 4 month. The gospels are free. We IFB church planters call this stage one of church planting. Then we follow up with everyone we sent them to. IFB all the way
31

News Item12/14/08 11:42 AM
Banned | in Boston  Find all comments by Banned
Neil wrote:
Banned, see http://www.thedcl.org/bible/kjv-1611/index.html for the "real thing." The facsimile of the 1611 Gospel of Luke contains the very footnote about a textual variant for Luke 17:36 that my Zondervan reproduces. Other footnotes that I spot-checked were the same too, so I have reason to believe Zondervan was faithful to the original.
So the 1611 KJV itself is "guilty" of engendering "doubt" about the text by noting manuscript variants. Whether the footnotes are "negative" or not is beside the point.
From doing a quick surf, I see your point, and I don't have an opinion to offer on this until I look into it more. All I can say is the Bible itself says God's word is very pure, purified in a furnace of earth seven times, that not one jot or tittle will pass away, that Heaven and Earth will pass away but not the Word, etcetera. I don't see any "bible" that fits that description more than the King James Bible.

But I'll be watching here to see if people more informed than I am on manuscripts and such have things to add to the discussion.

Thanks for pointing this out. Iron sharpeneth iron. God bless.

30

News Item12/14/08 11:37 AM
kenny  Find all comments by kenny
From Webster Online:

FEW: "not many persons or things".

Maybe to be more specific I should have used 'minimal'.

Also from Webster Online:

MANY: "consisting of or amounting to a large but indefinite number".

Maybe to be more specific I should have used myriad, countless, innumerable, untold number.

Comparing the alternate readings in the AV to the enormous number of confusing textual & manuscript footnotes in the NKJV is like comparing a spring shower to the Genesis flood.

I do put the KJV on a pedestal in the sense that it is far and above in every way anything else that's available. I can read it cover to cover, over and over and never once have cause to question the validity of a single one of God's Words. Not only did the translators explain everything they did and why (TTTR) but they even went to the trouble of placing the words in italics that are necessary for clarity. Do you think the 'translators' of the NKJV bothered with anything close to that? No. They created a monstrosity that causes those seeking God's words to man to wonder if it's even possible to know for certain whether they exist.

29

News Item12/14/08 11:11 AM
Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
Hey, I love the KJV too! I just don't make more of it than the Translators themselves did.

"They don't ever call into question the validity or trustworthiness of the words or phrasing that they reference. They just offer a few true 'alternate readings'."

From Wikipedia: "special pleading is a form of spurious argumentation where a position in a dispute introduces favorable details or excludes unfavorable details by alleging a need to apply additional considerations without proper criticism of these considerations themselves"

"As for the few alternate readings..."

Please tell us what "few" in the KJV amounts to, versus "many" for the NKJV.

28

News Item12/14/08 11:04 AM
kenny | kenny  Find all comments by kenny
I love the AV, too.

Thru the years I've tried some of the others. I used the NEB and Living Bible when I was a teenager (1970s) but kept coming back to the AV. I tried the NKJV when it first came out but it was probably the worst of the lot. I spilled orange juice all over it one morning and considered it a good excuse to toss it. I even tried the NIV a few years later (I was foolishly enticed by all of the hoopla) and realized immediately that it was just a terrible translation. I even tried Jay Green's MKJV and Literal Translation in the early nineties but soon realized that many produce translations just for the sake of producing tran$lation$.

As for the few alternate readings in the KJV, they have always been there -even in 1611- but my point is that they are TRULY alternate translational (is that a word?) readings. Read the Translators To The Reader. They explain why they are there. They don't call into question the validity or trustworthiness of the words or phrasing that they reference. They just offer a few true 'alternate readings'.

The modern versions, the NKJV in particlar, use tons of footnotes to call into questions the validity and trustworthiness of the words of God.

27

News Item12/14/08 11:01 AM
Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
Banned, see http://www.thedcl.org/bible/kjv-1611/index.html for the "real thing." The facsimile of the 1611 Gospel of Luke contains the very footnote about a textual variant for Luke 17:36 that my Zondervan reproduces. Other footnotes that I spot-checked were the same too, so I have reason to believe Zondervan was faithful to the original.

So the 1611 KJV itself is "guilty" of engendering "doubt" about the text by noting manuscript variants. Whether the footnotes are "negative" or not is beside the point.

26

News Item12/14/08 9:10 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
I chucked my NKJV in the bin when I read several of these doubt-producing 'footnotes', such as when the text had 'yes' and the footnote said 'or possibly no'.

How I love the Authorised Version!

25

News Item12/14/08 9:03 AM
Banned | in Boston  Find all comments by Banned
DJC49 wrote:
No footnotes?
Nonsense!
Not only did the original 1611 KJV have marginal notes (i.e., "footnotes")
[ here's an EXAMPLE ], it also had marginal cross-references to books of the Apocrypha!
For instance:
In Daniel 8:25 -- the note in the margin reads, "2 Macc. 6:9," a cross-reference to a book of 2 Maccabees in the Apocrypha.
HERE is an example of a marginal note (cross-reference) found in the ORIGINAL 1611 KJV. It shows a reference to 2 Maccabees 7:7 found in the margin at Hebrews 11:35.
_
You need to do some study on this issue, *Banned*
Neil is talking about "variant translations from variant manuscript" type footnotes. My KJB has lots of cross references, also chapter titles, put there by the *publisher.*

The King James Bible does not have the kind of footnotes that say "but this mss says this and this older one says that, so we don't know if it should read thus or if it should be included at all."

24

News Item12/14/08 8:37 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
DJC49
I guess he never read the TTTR document.

I just seen a picture of a guy wearing a tin hat. Is this the man?

23

News Item12/14/08 8:27 AM
DJC49 | Florida  Contact via emailFind all comments by DJC49
Banned wrote:
There are no footnotes unless added by some publisher. My KJB is from Thomas Nelson and I have none and I've never seen any footnotes. The KJB is what it is, no footnotes.
No footnotes?
Nonsense!

Not only did the original 1611 KJV have marginal notes (i.e., "footnotes")
[ here's an EXAMPLE ], it also had marginal cross-references to books of the Apocrypha!

For instance:
In Daniel 8:25 -- the note in the margin reads, "2 Macc. 6:9," a cross-reference to a book of 2 Maccabees in the Apocrypha.

HERE is an example of a marginal note (cross-reference) found in the ORIGINAL 1611 KJV. It shows a reference to 2 Maccabees 7:7 found in the margin at Hebrews 11:35.
_

You need to do some study on this issue, *Banned*

22
There are a total of 41 user comments displayed | add new comment |Subscribe to these comments
Jump to Page : [1] 2 3 | last
Last PostTotal
Michael Brown confessed Jesus as his Saviour in weeks before...
rodney k. from tennessee: "lol!!! i can't remember the last time i heard someone..."
-3 hrs 182 
Prayer for injured teen sparks atheist outrage
tanya in sc: "good grief is right!!!!!"
-3 hrs 
Devil Worshipers Confident Black Mass in Oklahoma Will Happen...
jim lincoln from nebraska: "christians aren't worked by this at all because all..."
-3 hrs 


The Sanctified
Jim Byrd
The Lord Reigneth

Revelation 19:1-6
Sunday - PM
First Baptist Church
Play! | MP4 | RSS


Store Item
Hurting in Hope Audio Book

Alan Lester
Product: Audio Download
Free!

Scott T. Brown
Solid Ground

Isaiah
Hope Baptist Church
Transcript!Play! | MP3

E. A. Johnston
When Days On Earth Are Ended

Ambassadors For Christ Intl-US
Special Meeting
Play! | MP3

Ken Wimer
The Savior of Sinners

Gospel According to Luke
Shreveport Grace Church
Play! | MP3

Blog 8/29/14
God Be With You ‚ÄėTil We Meet Again...

New York Gospel Mission
for the past sev­eral weeks, many people have expr­ess­ed...

Sponsor:
Voddie Baucham on Puritan Hard Drive

"Simply ast­on­ish­ing. Amaz­ing tool. I have enj­oyed my Pur­itan Hard Drive imm­ens­ely."
www.puritandownloads.com/dr..

Sponsor:
Emergency Food USA

Great tast­ing, healthy, GMO free emerg­ency food. Long term food and water stor­age.
www.emergencyfoodusa.com

Sermon:
America Revival Or Ruin
E. A. Johnston

Sykesville, MD | zip
Liberty Church, PCA

The den­om­in­at­ion of RC Sproul and Tim Kell­er.
www.libertychurchpca.org






                   
Our joy out of his sorrow, our life out of his death. ... W. S. Plumer

City: Austin, TX
Gospel of John
Cities | Local | Personal
MOBILE
iPhone + iPad New!
Church App
Android
Church App
Kindle + Nook
BlackBerry
Windows Mobile, Nokia
Chromecast TV
ROKU TV
Pebble Smartwatch
Kindle Reader


HELP
Knowledgebase
Broadcasters
Listeners
Q&A
Uploading Sermons
Uploading Videos
Webcasting
Tips & Tricks
YouTube Screencasts

FOLLOW
Weekly Newsletter
Staff Picks Feed
Site Notices
RSS | Twitter | Facebook
SERVICES | ALL
Local Church Finder | Info
MP3 Play & Download
Mobile Apps
Podcasting
Video Support
Live Webcasting
Transcription Service
HIFI Option
Business Cards
SOLO | MINI | Domains
Favorites
QR Codes
24x7 Radio Stream
INTEGRATION
Sermon Browser
HTML Codes
WordPress
Twitter
Facebook
Logos | e-Sword
SOAP API

BATCH
Transfer Agent
Protected Podcasts
Upload via Email
Auto-Upload Sermons
Auto-Blog Import
Picasa | FTP | Dropbox
ABOUT US
SermonAudio.com is the largest library of audio sermons from conservative churches and ministries worldwide. All broadcasters must adhere to the Articles of Faith.

Our Services | Testimonials
Broadcast With Us!
Support Us
Advertising | Local Ads
CONTACT
info@sermonaudio.com
Copyright © 2014 SermonAudio.com.