- A Tabular Comparison of the 1646 Westminster Confession of Faith, the 1658 Savoy Declaration of Faith, the 1677/1689 London Baptist Confession of Faith and the 1742 Philadelpha Confession of Faith -- "Trivial differences (capitalization, spelling, punctuation) are not highlighted."
- Archaic or obscure King James era words explained -- 332 words listed from the King James Bible.
- Christianity a ‘translated religion’–into Living Word and written word -- "God’s revelation of himself in Jesus Christ transcends culture, but at the same time, it must be translated into the language and cultural expressions to each specific culture."
- Did Fuller Get his Views on the KJV From a Cultist? -- "They claim that Wilkinson authored the view that the Received Text is the preserved Word of God that can be traced through history, and that J.J. Ray and David Otis Fuller picked up this teaching and promoted it to the “KJV Only” crowd."
- Fundamentalism and the King James Version: How a Venerable English Translation Became a Litmus Test for Orthodoxy -- "To be sure, all Bible translation involves a measure of interpretation and one’s theological disposition does affect how one renders the text. (This article was originally published in Detroit Baptist Seminary Journal 16 (2011): 41-64.)
- God Wrote Only One Bible -- "Criticizing Bible versions, and those who have translated them within the last 70 years, is like cutting weeds at the top of the ground."
- KJV Debate: Should We Exclusively Use the King James Bible? -- "I propose that there is a huge Mount Impassable difference between the Greek text that underlies the Authorized Version and that of modern versions."
- Revised Version or Revised Bible? A Critique of the Revised Standard Version of the Old Testament (1952) -- "Every lover of the Bible must deplore the fact that the appearance of a version of it should become the occasion of such controversy...But this was inevitable for three reasons."
- Testimonies of KJV Defenders - Ian Paisley -- "Let me state again emphatically that no translation is given by inspiration of God. Inspiration applies only to the original autograph. Inspiration has to do with the giving of the Scriptures, not their translation."
- Testimonies of KJV Defenders - Thomas Strouse -- "Strouse has a B.S. in industrial engineering from Purdue University, an M.Div. in theology and Biblical languages from Maranatha Baptist Graduate School of Theology, and a Ph.D. in theology from Bob Jones University."
- The Debate Over the King James Version – Which Is the Best Translation for My Personal Use -- "This debate is argued on two levels. On one level, the focus is on the King James itself (remember that our English versions are translated from Greek texts)."
- The English Bible before Tyndale -- "The English language is a hodge-podge, largely for historical reasons."
- The Real Eye Opener: J. J. Ray's Plagiarism Of Benjamin G. Wilkinson -- "As I continued reading Ray’s material, something kept seeming familiar...And then it suddenly hit me--ah ha!--why, it’s old Benjamin G. Wilkinson all over again!"
- The Unlearned Men: The True Genealogy and Genesis of King-James-Version-Onlyism -- "All writers who embrace the KJV-only position have derived their views ultimately from Seventh-day Adventist missionary, theology professor and college president, Benjamin G. Wilkinson..."
- “Zeal to Promote the Common Good” The Story of the King James Bible -- "The sixteenth century was one of the great eras of English Bible translation. Between 1526, when William Tyndale’s superlative rendition of the New Testament was printed, and 1611, when the King James Bible (KJV), or Authorized Version, appeared, no less than ten English-language Bible versions were published."
Friday, March 16, 2018
KJVO, and other links
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