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Sermon10/8/17 8:41 AM
David and Karen Biser from Cumberland, MD  Protected NameContact via emailFind all comments by David and Karen Biser
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Plain reasons for using the KJV Today
Rev David Silversides
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“ Excellent Sermon! ”
In this sermon Pastor Silversides makes an invincible defense of the King James/Authorized Version, clearly showing the superior accuracy and reliability of the KJV over all modern "translations." Furthermore, he demonstrates that the necessity of reliance upon the Received Text of scripture and not upon newly discovered manuscripts is a doctrinal matter which all Christians can understand, regardless of whether or not they have knowledge of the original languages. Finally, Pastor Silversides discusses how the modern versions have only increased the confusion and disunity of today's church. If we may make our own observation, it seems evident to us that we Christians are facing grave dangers as Muslims and Roman Catholics flood into our countries, and that we must be praying and working for unity based on the truth of God's word if we are to stand against the perils we are sure to soon encounter. How can we do this if we can't even agree on what the word of God is? May God lead all of those who have departed from his truth in search of novelties to repentance!

Sermon3/10/17 6:45 AM
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“ Great Sermon! ”
As always excellent a man who believes every word of God

Sermon8/24/15 3:54 PM
David Silversides from Loughbrickland, Northern Ireland  Protected NameContact via emailFind all comments by David Silversides
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Holy Scripture: Its Preservation and...
Rev David Silversides
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“ Response to Chris Symonds ”
Hello Chris, You may like to look through this book review (link below) which appeared in the TBS Quarterly Record in 2006 and covers some of the matters you raise. http://www.tbsbibles.org/pdf_reports/69-1.pdf#page=51 The choice is ultimately between the Received Text with ecclesiastical pedigree limiting the manuscripts in which the correct reading is to be sought or else a perpetually provisional text based on all the manuscripts available at any given time (and of which we can never know we have reached an end of new discovery).

Sermon8/17/15 3:02 AM
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Holy Scripture: Its Preservation and...
Rev David Silversides
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“ Great Sermon! ”
you do realize that the TR Erasmus, Stephanus and Bezea differ from each other and also the Majority text. They all contain textual variants. The KJV in its original acknowledged in its footnotes that there were many variants. The KJV translators in their original preface did not say that the KJV is the final word. Silverside's sermon is so full of straw man arguments and logical fallacy's that it begs criticism.. His argument is not apologetic in any sense, it is based on erroneous arguments and ignorance. Most critical scholars do not question the authenticity of scripture at all as Silverside suggests. On Westcott and Hort these are not the basis of modern translations at all another inaccurate assertion. Where the received texts is concerned it is made of of 12 manuscripts not including the majority (Bezentyne) text. It is ultimately dangerous to use an internal argument to support the TR only position.

Sermon7/29/15 8:40 PM
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Has God Preserved His Word?
Rev Malcolm Watts
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“ Must hear! ”
I am grateful to B. McCausland for pointing us to this sermon. I have to admit that to an American ear, hearing this is not the easiest thing. But, one soon grows accustomed to the rather high pitched voice of the speaker. The content and presentation covers a great deal of ground, hence the length of the sermon. Nevertheless I would encourage everyone who wishes to examine the Bible versions issue to listen to this, because it is quite thorough and the case is built up line upon line to leave no one in any doubt that the modern critical texts are grossly erroneous and that the Byzantine texts, and in particular the Received Texts were the traditional texts of the Churches from the earliest times to the late nineteenth century when they were set aside in favor of the corruptions upon which most modern versions are based.

Sermon7/29/15 5:25 AM
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Has God Preserved His Word?
Rev Malcolm Watts
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“ Valid approach ”
Significant information. Very much appreciated

Sermon3/29/15 11:31 AM
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Holy Scripture: Its Preservation and...
Rev David Silversides
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“ Great Sermon! ”
This sermon was very informative and made a great deal of sense in its application for the contemporary church. I heartily recommend it and also recommend that notes and bible references be made because there's a lot here to be remembered.

Sermon10/12/14 8:35 PM
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The English Standard Version
Rev. John Thackway
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“ Good considerations ”
Really, modern translations manifest 'political correctness' tendencies of the day. As an observation, this can be asserted by the rendering of husband and wife instead of man and woman in I Corinthians 11:2-16 by which the teaching can be reduced to matrimonial context instead of universal context; or the variety of animal names rendered in the ESV for each time dragon appears in the AV.

Sermon2/27/14 7:07 PM
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The English Standard Version
Rev. John Thackway
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“ The ESVs - constantly changing Vatican Version ”
The Ever Changing ESVs = just another Vatican Version http://brandplucked.webs.com/theesv.htm The ESV has already been through 3 different revisions in just 10 years. They keep changing their underlying Hebrew and Greek base (which is in fact the Vatican controlled UBS/Nestle-Aland "inter confessional" text) The ESV omits even more whole verses from the N.T. than do the NIV, NASB and adds hundreds of words to the O.T. taken from selected portions of the various so called Greek Septuagints out there. Plus it rejects many clear Hebrew readings and waters down and corrupts several basic Christian doctrines. Don't believe it? Then READ the article which includes many concrete examples. "He that hath ears to hear, let him hear." Luke 8:8

Sermon7/22/12 9:12 PM
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Plain reasons for using the KJV Today
Rev David Silversides
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“ Outstanding Argument! ”
This is the best and most articulate defense of KJV I've ever heard. Whatever the merits of the "critical" texts, the fact that it hasn't been used throughout most of the history of the Church creates a strong presumption against it. Rev. Silversides' makes a watertight reductio ad absurdum argument for the Received Text. If the latter is inferior to the critical text, it means that Christians have been relying on a lousy text for hundreds of years. If I really believed that, I'd look for some other religion.

Sermon7/20/12 3:46 PM
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Sermon7/11/12 8:37 PM
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Outstanding message about the A.V.! Do not be part of the "dumbed-down" group. The A.V. improves our language. It improves our sense and knowledge of who Our Creator is. It is accurate with the use of pronouns- something the other translations have ruined,btw. It brings a reverance and awe to a Church worship service/funeral/wedding. It is much easier to memorize than modern versions ( I speak as a NAS man for nearly 20 years ). It is not hard to understand. Thanks Rev. Thackway. I will tell others of your message, and post links to it. Rational thought versus screaming and ranting. The A.V. is full of Tyndale's english , not Shakespeare's.

Sermon7/9/12 12:50 AM
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The English Standard Version
Rev. John Thackway
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Thank you Rev. Thackway for this message and warning about the newest waste of ink & paper. As you said - it is not in the line of Tyndale and the A.V.! The publisher and endorsers of this thing are just re-doing the NASV. The ESV is a fraud and a waste of money. Look at the way they have ruined John 1:18. Read that passage and tell me how many Gods does the ESV translator team have? Shame on Packer and Sproul for endorsing this repackaged RSV/NASV! This rotten thing uses the hideous W-H based Nestle/Aland 27th edition Greek text. I said "Amen" when you asked how many times before Nestle/Aland finally get it right?!(27 tries so far) and in this ESV they still can't figure out that there is a big difference between "Thou" and "you". Even the RSV got the pronouns correct but not this "newest" "bestest" edition which puts in brackets the resurrection of the Lord Jesus in Mark's Gospel. Sadly, it seems to be the new "darling" of so many reformed/conservative pastors and laymen. How many are able to memorize verses using this reheated RSV/NAS? ( almost as bad as the NIV). I won an ESV Study edition on a website and the only thing I like is the leather cover. Woe unto them who delete words/verses from God's Bible,and who put in brackets and notes and insert doubts. Is. 40:8

Sermon1/17/12 10:13 AM
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Amen...! Thank you for this wonderful lecture about our 1611 King James Bible..!

Sermon12/14/11 2:39 AM
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“ Good study. ”
Good balanced study about the sueriority of the Authorized version over modern versions. At the same time there are good arguments for the Reformers' textal critic discernment.

Sermon6/11/11 6:06 PM
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Sermon5/21/11 8:37 PM
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Sermon:
Has God Preserved His Word?
Rev Malcolm Watts
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“ Great Sermon! ”

Sermon5/21/11 8:09 PM
Genti from eastern europe, Albania  Contact via emailFind all comments by Genti
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Sermon5/21/11 5:36 PM
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Has God Preserved His Word?
Rev Malcolm Watts
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“ A must hear! ”
Thank you Pastor Watts for this outstanding message on a much-needed subject. It is full of Scripture, history and unction. May a new generation rediscover the old Book!

Sermon5/21/11 5:03 PM
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