A bit of irony

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The irony here is just breathtaking. James White is the most outspoken opponent of the idea that the King James Bible, or any other translation for that matter, can be trusted as final authority. He is an advocate of the idea of the nonexistent original autographs only as final authority, and each person has to determine what they said for himself, or even better, trust James White to tell him.

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Author: Astrobiology Associates

Senior data analyst at Astrobiology Associates

5 thoughts on “A bit of irony”

  1. When people claim to correct the King James Bible from the Greek, who gets to decide which Greek text we use? The Johannine Comma is in the 1894 Scrivener Majority Text, but not in the Nestle-Aland 28th edition, which removed the fraudulent Codex 2427 used in the 27th edition. When one begins to argue about what is in the Bible, it destroys the faith of people. It is best to believe that God has preserved his word in the KJV.
    (1 John 5:7 For there are three that bear record in heaven, the Father, the Word, and the Holy Ghost: and these three are one.)

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      1. “Text of the codex (2427) was highly esteemed by T. C. Skeat. Kurt Aland placed it in Category I.”
        // In early 2006 the University of Chicago announced that digital images of the manuscript had appeared online in an effort to “foster further research.” By February Stephen Carlson had announced his findings that the codex was a forgery, and >>> proved his case beyond a doubt at the 2006 Annual Meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature.<<< Its text has been COPIED from Philipp Buttmann's 1860 Greek New Testament edition (based on Cardinal Mai's edition of Codex Vaticanus Graecus 1209). // –Wikipedia

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