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Published by Harvest House in Eugene, Or .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bible. -- Versions -- Authorized

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJohn Ankerberg & John Weldon.
    SeriesFacts on series
    ContributionsWeldon, John.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBS186 .A54 2003
    The Physical Object
    Pagination63 p. ;
    Number of Pages63
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3555329M
    ISBN 100736911111
    LC Control Number2002010768
    OCLC/WorldCa50203941


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The Bible is a marvelous treasure - one of the primary purposes of translators is to make sure that treasure is. “The Debate Over the King James Version” by Rick Wade “Is the King James Version the Only Bible Christians Should Trust and Read?” by John Ankerberg and John Weldon.

RECOMMENDED BOOKS: “The King James Only Controversy” (Book) by James R. White with endorsements by Norman Geisler, D.A. Carson, J. Packer, John MacArthur, Bruce Metzger. Here is a quote from John Ankerberg's "The Facts on the King James Only Debate": "It is true that Mollencott sat on the literary (stylistic) committee of the NIV, but only for a few months.

However, she had nothing to do with the translation, and once her sexual views were known, she was asked to resign/5. In this easy-to-follow guide, learn about the Bible translation process and examine the King James and other well-knonwn versions.

Delve into important translation and related issues--including Biblical inerrancy--how translations are made a comparison of the King James Bible with more recent versionsways pastors and churches can respond to this issuewhich Bible translation is best.

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In this critique of the King James Version Only movement, Carson nails the technical issues but perhaps misses his target audience in doing so. Though some proponents of KJVO do engage in strenuous debate over text types, transmission habits, and the like, most people who believe in it do so for much simpler existential reasons/5(33).

The King James Version has been trusted by Christians for generations. Today it's the center of a debate where critics charge that contemporary translations have changed essential Christian doctrines.

In this revised edition of his noteworthy book, James White refutes the claims of those who believe the KJV is the only true translation of the Bible. Here is a quote from John Ankerberg's "The Facts on the King James Only Debate": "It is true that Mollencott sat on the literary (stylistic) committee of the NIV, but only for a few months.

However, she had nothing to do with the translation, and once her /5(17). This is a great resource for any pastor to have, concerning the King James Only (hereafter, KJVO) debate. James White has done a good job addressing this controversy in a matter that is Christ-like and fair, contrary to the attitude seen in the works of some proponents of KJVO/5(91).

The Bible is a marvelous treasure - one of the primary purposes of translators is to make sure that treasure is available to everyone. Many groups believe the King James Version is the only acceptable Bible translation, but is that true. Learn about the translation process & examine the King James & other well-known versions.

Delve into important translation & related issues, including. KJV Only Arguments. The King James Version is based on the “Majority Text” over against the modern versions that are based on the corrupt “Alexandrian Texts.” Response: Most of the Byzantine texts used by the King James translators come from the 11th and 12th centuries.

Books. The Facts on the King James Only Debate, by John Ankerberg and John Weldon. Concise summary, with copious footnotes for further study. King James Only Controversy, The: Can You Trust the Modern Translations. by James White, director of ministries for Alpha and Omega Ministries, a Christian apologetics ministry.

Discussion (and civil, at that) is indeed needed on the subject. My maternal progenitor, Rev. Lawrence Saunders (Fox’s Book of the Martyrs) was burned at the stake for Protestantism by Queen Mary a full 56 years before my paternal progenitor, Robert Barker, was awarded knighhood by King James for printing the first KJV.

The King James Only debate is a debate with convinced supporters on both sides of the argument, so rather than reading the comments of someone committed to one side or the other of the debate I was looking for something with some scholarly appeal that just puts the facts on the table and lets the reader decide.

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Fables And Facts About The King James Bible. Over the past few decades, new Bible translations have been popping up like popcorn. Many strong Christians have stood their ground and continued to believe, read, and study only the Authorized King James Bible.

Many others, however, have forsaken the Book that God has used for centuries. The King James Only Controversy. These are the books for those you who looking for to read the The King James Only Controversy, try to read or download Pdf/ePub books and some of authors may have disable the live the book if it available for your country and user who already subscribe will have full access all free books from the library source.

The King James Only Debate: Can you Trust the Modern Scholars. Winter Springs, FL: Write the Vision Ministry, This is a new KJV-only book by a man who attended an Assembly of God Bible College for 2 years.

He is also the author of a book advocating the mid-tribulational rapture of. James White and the ‘King James Only Controversy’ so-called Summary Overview The following note was sent some years ago to a former pastor of a church this writer attends about James White’s book. The note was sent on May 21st No reply was ever.

King James only advocates argue that the omission in the modern versions takes away from the doctrine of the Trinity. Of course, it does not.

There are plenty of verses in modern translations that describe all three members of the Trinity in the same verse (e.g., Matt. and 2 Cor. The King James only controversy is a debate over whether the King James Version (KJV) of the Bible should be the only Bible translation we read and use.

There are groups of believers who sincerely believe that God only wants English speaking people to read the King James Version. These proponents of "KJV onlyism" strongly argue that the new.

The King James Only movement asserts that the King James Version (KJV) of the Bible is superior to all other English translations of the nts of the King James Only movement, largely members of evangelical, conservative holiness movement, traditional High Church Anglican, and Baptist churches, believe that the KJV is the greatest English translation ever produced, needing no further.

King James Onlyism is a diverse movement that asserts that the King James Bible is the only valid English Bible translation and that no other English Bible should be used or trusted. Introduction and Background Information. What is King James Onlyism; Why Write About King James Onlyism; King James Onlyism and the Gospel.

Buy a cheap copy of The King James Only Controversy: Can You book by James R. White. Modern Bible translations still come under attack from the King James Only camp.

In this revision of a book continually in print for more than ten years, James R. Free shipping over $ D. Carson (Ph.D., Cambridge University), author of The King James Version Debate: A Plea for Realism, points out that the degree of uncertainty raised by textual questions (what is actually in the manuscripts) is a great deal less than the degree of uncertainty raised by how one interprets what the manuscripts say.

Should the King James Version Divide Christians. Introduction. Today, Dr. John Ankerberg hosts a debate on the King James Only controversy. Which translation of the Bible is best for Christians to use: the King James, the New King James, the NIV, the New American Standard Bible, or.

The manuscripts behind the King James Bible were already in a purified state when it came time to translate. The person behind the beginning of the manuscript series leading up to the King James was Desiderius Erasmus who was a brilliant Greek scholar whom God used to begin the process of final purification of the manuscripts which would come to be known as the Textus Receptus in  Question Question: I thought I had heard that the King James Bible that we have and popularly use today is from the s, and that the King James Version uses much more archaic English words and spellings.

Please let me know if this is how you understand this, or if you have a different understanding. (SE from OK) Answer Answer: (Excerpted from John Ankerberg and John Weldon, The Facts.

See also The Debate that Never Was. Upon the publication of my book, The King James Only Controversy, I wrote to Dr. Peter S. Ruckman, sent him the book, and challenged him to a correspondence that ensued, the behavior exhibited by Ruckman, and his eventual unwillingness to engage in the debate, is documented fully on our web page.

Ruckman was unwilling to engage in. Doug Harris is hosts a debate between Jack Moorman and Dr James White on the subject should we exclusively use the King James Bible. This program was first b.While the plantation only got its early start during King James’ lifetime, it had far-reaching consequences, perhaps more than anything else in King James’ legacy.

The issue of Northern Ireland, being so divided in culture and background, would be a blight on .Therefore, when I hold the King James Bible in my hand, I hold the inspired text. It was inspired and now that inspired Word has been protected, preserved and provided for us!

Though the question of double inspi­ration is a legitimate one, and it is reason­able that it should be raised, that is not how we came to have an English Bible that is.