Don't all Bibles say the same thing? Does it matter if you read from the King James Bible, the NIV, or any of the other translations? The answer may surprise you! Whether you are a new Bible student or have been studying scripture for years, these books will strengthen your confidence that the King James Bible is the Word of God for English speaking people.
Dr. Sorenson says "Virtually all of the modern Bibles translations have one thing in common, and that is that they are translated from a different text than the King James Bible." These contemporary Bible translations are based upon what is called the modern Critical Text. The principal sources of the Critical Text are two manuscripts: (1) Codex Vaticanus and (2) Codex Sinaiticus. Dr. David Sorenson shows how that both of these manuscripts are fraudulent in their provenance. Though claimed to have been produced in the fourth century, they in fact are of recent origin.
Is the Word of God on planet earth today? If so, where is it? Why do the modern versions read so differently from all the older English versions?
Complete set of three (3) volumes covering 125 questions that Bible believers are frequently asked.
Dr. Samuel C. Gipp, Th. D., Ph.D. covers those questions and will help give an answer.
Today, hundreds of books call themselves Bibles. In this book you will see why they cannot all be the words of God and why only the 1611 KJV is God’s perfectly preserved Word in English. By Gary Miller. 48 pages.