Excellent! Excellent refutation of the slanderous attacks that King James was a sodomite, trying to thus discredit the KJV. He loved his wife and 8 children and was a man of high moral character. He wasn't perfect, but he was NOT a homosexual.
Also that we need to not accept the lies of "everyone knows" or "the oldest and best" or for that matter "the science is in". These are just codes words for "We don't have any evidence, so trust us because we are the experts." This even with overwhelming evidence to the contrary.
Also, once someone writes something, they are obligated to stand by it. Could Charles Stanley, John MacArthur humble themselves and admit they are wrong about the versions for their study bibles. If they were presented with the truth, would they value their reputations and the praise of men over God's truth? I wonder.
I really liked this, but... I really enjoyed this, but I was a little misled by the title. This is not a reading of the preface "The Translators to the Reader", but rather an overview or summary of what Dr. Jack Moorman gleaned from it, with a few long quotations of it included. I found a reading (though not perfect) on Librivox, for those who are interested.
Excellent points raised Thankyou Dr Khoo for some excellent points raised as to the KJB and its superiority to the modern versions. I loved the point you raised that to hold to a doctrine of inspiration 'without' preservation is illogical. Brilliant point and true. Thankyou.
Great Sermon! This is my favorite Dean Burgon Society video. Every believer in Christ should see it, and if they do not turn away from the Critical Text after listening to Dr. Waite speak the truth concerning its Gnostic heresies, they will just be in a sad, pitiful state until the Lord returns.
Great Sermon! Wonderful sermon! Everyone who walks into church every Sunday carrying or reading from an NIV, NASB, NKJV or ESV should listen to this! I've listened to it twice now and will probably hear it again soon. Tremendous lessons in this sermon, even beyond the obvious.
Great Sermon! What an awesome sermon! I listened to it twice, put it on my Facebook and my blog!
How blessed the days in which perverse copies of the word of God were not around! Even the song/hymns of that time show the inspiration there was to be had when it was that the King James Bible was the ONLY bible around!
Today, the pathetic "music" played through CCM is evidence of the leaven that has permeated the would-be believers!
The Lord gave the word:
great was the company of those that published it.
Psalm 68:11 (King James Bible)
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