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The Errors of Modern Textual Criticism - pt. 1
Heretical foundations
2/5/2001 (MON)
  |  Bible: Colossians 2:8
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    Textual criticism is based on unbelieving theories which deny four crucial points in coming to a proper understanding of scripture: The Bible's supernatural origin, Satan's attacks on the Bible, God's promise of preservation and the necessity of faith in believing what the Bible says about itself. Available as a videotape from www.wayoflife.org.

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    Randy BissellContact via email (3/12/2005)
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    “ Can't Clean Music Up Enough ”
    I had this idea a few years back to take used baby diapers, composed of paper and plastic, and recycle them into paper and plastic dinnerware. Of course, they would be completely cleaned and sterilized -- shredded, bleached, melted down. It would be extremely environmentally friendly, too. But I would not sell a package...not even one to Al Gore. Why? Because the use of the plastic and paper in diapers have made the substance unsuitable for dinnerware. Much the same, the use of some musical beats and tempos within our culture to promote sin makes those beats and tempos unsuitable for praise and worship. You just can't clean rock 'n roll up enough to make it good enough for God.

    Nicholas ExnerContact via email (1/25/2002)
    from Johannesburg, South Africa
    “ Greatly Needed Sermon! ”
    This series on modern textual criticism is very important for each believer, especially as most scholars dealing with our Hebrew and Greek texts are modernists, unbelievers or people accepting the unbelieving principles of modern textual criticism. Many choose to ignore the issue, and leave our Bible in the hands of "the experts," but almost all of them hold to this unbelieving philosophy of textual criticism. This sermon explains the foundation of textual criticism, and will help each believer in dealing with our Bible's original language texts.

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      David Cloud
    David W. Cloud is founder and director of Way of Life Literature, a 29-year-old Fundamental Baptist missionary publishing ministry. Brother Cloud was saved in 1973 at age 23, and the Lord gave him a burden to communicate the truths of God's Word via the printed page. Within six months. he...

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