Why the King James Bible IS inspired. Proof.

There is a huge debate as to whether the King James Bible is inspired, or whether only the Textus Receptus and the Hebraic Tanakh (bomberg) is the only inspired scriptures. Well, the truth is they both are inspired. You see the bible says that every word of God is pure.

Pro 30:5  Every word of God is pure: he is a shield unto them that put their trust in him.

Psa 12:6  The words of the LORD are pure words: as silver tried in a furnace of earth, purified seven times.

Psa 18:30  As for God, his way is perfect: the word of the LORD is tried: he is a buckler to all those that trust in him.

You see every single verse in the King James Bible is inspired. If those words were translated correctly then it means that every verse is inspired. If it said the same in Hebrew or Greek from which it was translated then it should be called inspired.

Hence we can even call the verses in the Geneva Bible inspired apart from the Apocrypha which they self claimed was not inspired.

A bible is a collection of the all the inspired verses but once these verses are removed it no longer makes it a complete bible. For instance. Lets look at an inspired verse of the bible.

Deu 32:4  He is the Rock, his work is perfect: for all his ways are judgment: a God of truth and without iniquity, just and right is he.

You see that verse right there is inspired. It might be inspired in the original meaning but if that was translated correctly then we can tell that the translation of that verse can be also called inspired.

Now lets look at the King James Bible.

All the verses that should be there, are there and no verses are left out. That means all the inspired words of God is in that book. All of them. This makes the bible itself inspired.

Sure there are debates whether all the words were translated correctly but that is another debate. Or rather hundreds of debates. But saying the KJV did translate all the verses correctly and as accurate as possible in the English language then that would make the King James Bible inspired.

The New Revised Standard version is ecumenical

From the official “to the reader” of the NSRV and i believe it is in the Revised Standard Version as well. This bible version and those associated with it is clearly ecumenical as they self confess.

The Revised Standard Version Bible Committee is a continuing body, comprising about thirty members, both men and women. Ecumenical in representation, it includes scholars affiliated with various Protestant denominations, as well as several Roman Catholic members, an Eastern Orthodox member, and a Jewish member who serves in the Old Testament section. For a period of time the Committee included several members from Canada and from England.

NRSV: To the Reader

This seems to be the New Revised Standard Version’s “To the reader” page. Once again i dont agree with this KJV bashing but i’m posting this for reference and for people to read the view of Bruze M Metzger the “widely regarded parent of the RSV and NSRV” as you can see in the quotation.

Now to the quotation, as you can see i did not remove anything and kept it in context as Bruce M Metzger wrote it.

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D.A Carson lied in the book King James Version Debate

D.A Carsen said in 1979 in the book “The King James Version Debate” that “The ante-Nicene fathers unambigously cited every text type except the Byzantine.
This is not true and its a blatant lie. There are many Byzantine text type quotes by the “early church fathers”.

The lies continue even today as many people quote and use what he said as fact.

Farmer attacked – Christo Janse Van Rensburg attacked with petrol bomb

The genocide continues. We have reports of another farmer that got attacked last night on his farm in Heilbron. When he arrived last night at his gate to open it while driving to his house he got attacked by men who then shoved a petrol bome in his bakkie’s window.

He sustained serious burn wounds and is now recovering in hospital.

After they attacked him he tried to get out the car but they then set him alight and tried to stab him. They poured more petrol on him but luckily he managed to escape.

This is obviously an attempted murder, nothing was stolen and as usual these savages just try to kill.

Safe country? Yeah right. This comes just one week after an entire family got executed in Griekwastad in the Northern Cape. Even the 14 year old girl was shot.

 

Why I stick to the KJV

There are loads of reasons I personally stick to the KJV. Sure people can claim errors upon error but usually they dont inspect things as one should.

But lets say for a moment the KJV is full of error, which off course it is not but just for the moment imagine all those critics actually found something significant, I would still stick to the KJV.

The reason is that if there ever was an error in the KJV it might of been a scribal error, or an error by accident. The new translations however seem to dwell of the path on purpose. Someone is trying to deceive on purpose. With more than 5000 manuscripts that agree with the KJV or the Geneva bible we have to be really arrogant to ignore the scriptures taken out of modern day bibles.

For instance they remove the fact that Jesus is God. Just look at 1 Timothy 3:16.

So, i’d rather sit with a few errors that were made by accident than an entire so called “bible” made to deceive people.

This is my theory if there were to be errors which i believe there are no errors in God’s word because He Himself said that He would preserve His Word.