Over the past two millennia, two families of texts have been at odds, with supporters asserting their preference constitutes the genuine New Testament text. The laity is hardly aware of this debate, let alone easily able to appreciate it. Nonetheless, for those scholars (and sometimes those who think they are), there exists a genuine dispute […]
Tag: Textus Receptus
THE RECEIVED TEXT VS. THE CRITICAL TEXT: WHICH ONE IS RIGHT?
DOES A ‘RECEIVED TEXT’ IMPLY INERRANCY? While champions of the superiority of the King James Bible argue that it is based on the “received text” and is categorically different from the “critical text,” this claim turns out to be ERRONEOUS. We only have to consider the history of how we got our Christian Bible to […]
THE DISCOVERY OF THE LOST HEBREW BIBLE AND THE HIDING OF THE LOST ARK OF THE COVENANT
What does the Bible say about how close we came to losing almost all of the Old Testament? It tells us, in essence, we were down to one copy hidden in the Temple 600 years before Christ. Who found it? And what happened? And what does it say about where the Ark of the Covenant […]
WHAT IS THE RIGHT WAY TO DEFEND THE KING JAMES BIBLE AS THE PREFERRED, INSPIRED BIBLE?
KJV ONLY Confessional Bibliology, Not KJV ONLY Fundamentalism, Is Worthy of Repute Summary: There is a right way to argue that the King James Bible is the Bible that Protestants should use. Not everyone will agree with it. I am not perfectly comfortable either. However, the viewpoint offered by those who call themselves “confessional bibliologists” […]