People who worship the King James Bible!!?? What on earth is this Brother Charles fella on about now, I hear some of you ask? Whoever heard of such a thing? Well, if you’re new to things Cainite-Judeo-Christian i.e. things Religious and things Biblical it will all sound very strange indeed, even surreal, but never-the-less, it’s True. Which means there actually are people out there who worship the King James Bible.
How and why do they do that? Easy, they revere it as faultless, perfect or, in their favourite descriptive word, ‘inerrant’. To these people there are no errors in the King James Bible, nor any ‘contradictions’ and the subject of its ‘inerrancy’ has become, to them, an obsessive religion.
Now, once something becomes the foundation of a religion, by default, it then becomes the object of their worship. The other sad part, as a result of this peculiar behaviour, is that it causes other members of the Cainite-Judeo-Christian Religion to get their trousers in an emotional twist and ally themselves with certain modern translations; principally the ESV (English Standard Version) and NIV (New International Version), as a type of response or rebellion against these unhinged King James Onlyists.
All this infantile posturing is what I call Cainite-Judeo-Christian religious ‘emotional knee-jerk-ism’ and it is a very common phenomenon within their wretched circles and has been for generations. If you analyse the history of all the Cainite-Judeo-Christian religious denominations you will find someone, somewhere, had a brainwave of alleged Biblical understanding or something new and before you could say Jack Robinson their fellowships would be split down the middle with half supporting the new doctrine and the other half supporting the old, and this is how it is with the issue of English Bible Translations or Versions.
It is also a classic example of how schisms or divisions take place amongst them. It’s bad enough when there is a major doctrinal falling out, but to divide over the issue of what version of the Holy Bible they use is, to me, stupidity in the extreme. Then again, we have to remember that most of them are deluded anyway so I suppose schisms and divisions are to be expected. (Please see my article “The Deluded Condition of Mainstream Christianity”).
So why is this Holy Bible Version issue so contentious? Well, it’s because over the last few decades numerous new versions of the Holy Bible have been published – two, of which, I have already mentioned. These new versions are written in modern everyday English, moving away from the Shakespearian English of the King James Version, which was published in 1611. This version was authorised by King James I of England and VI of Scotland, hence it is also known as the Authorised Version.
At this point, let me make it clear, that without doubt, it is the premier English Holy Bible and has no equals, no matter what modern translation fans may say. The reason it is still the premier version is simply because it has less errors, or man made contaminations, in it than the modern versions. That being said, modern versions can be helpful when studying certain passages of Holy Scripture where the old English can be very difficult to decipher and understand. This means that although I use The KJV most of the time, I do refer to modern translations as well, as we should, if we are true seekers of The Truth in the written Word.
I won’t carry on here with the KJV versus modern translations argument for I wish to return to the subject of inerrancy with regard to the KJV.
Now are these people right to make this claim, for I can prove without a lot of difficulty that there are errors within the pages of the King James Bible, but are they errors in the true sense? By that, I mean, are they errors that are caused by God? No, they are not; they are contaminations or the errors of religious men, or the additions of religious men, and men with a religious agenda or three. You see, what these KJV only people cannot seem to get through their heads is the fact that man has been tampering with God’s Holy Word ever since it was written down. It’s no good quoting Holy Scriptures like Matthew 24:35 and Psalm 12:6-7 for it proves nothing other than The Lord’s oral sayings will be preserved, not the written word:
Psalms 12:6-7 (KJV) The words of the LORD are pure words: as silver tried in a furnace of earth, purified seven times. 7 Thou shalt keep them, O LORD, thou shalt preserve them from this generation for ever.
These verses in Psalm 12 are speaking about the generations of Israel and how God’s people have been preserved through all time from their enemies. Verse 6 breaks the context of this theme by referring to the preservation of God’s Word, and returns to preservation of the people in verse 7. The KJV only people seem to think that verse 7 is an ancient promise to preserve their favoured Bible only. This can only be presumptuous reasoning of men. That being said we do have an issue, especially in verse 7, for according to Adam Clarke in his commentary some manuscripts have ‘us’ instead of ‘them’, so this verse could have a dual meaning, for the Israelites and Jews have all been preserved down through the generations from that generation and so have the Lord’s Sayings but not necessarily the written Word and certainly not just within the pages of the King James Version.
Matt 24:35 (KJV) Heaven and earth shall pass away, but my words shall not pass away.
Matthew 24:35 Proves what I am saying, notice, heaven and earth shall pass away which, by default, must include all written words. The written Word cannot survive the passing away of the earth and heaven. So how does the Lord preserve His sayings? Through more sayings – the spoken Word of men empowered by the Holy Spirit.
How do these KJV only people explain how Christians from the first century through to circa 1500, when the first English Bibles were translated by Wycliffe and Tyndale, manage to hear God’s Word. For a eleven hundred years, from circa 400 AD to circa 1500 AD, the Holy Word of God was hidden in Latin, so Israelite English people could not read it even if they wanted to. Where was the KJV then?
It wasn’t, for it had not been written nor had it been printed so how did these early Christians learn? From the Lord’s Sayings as mentioned in Psalm 12:6. It’s all about sayings, the verbalised word, not the written word and it’s the sayings that are preserved. Here is another thing, the Wycliffe and Tyndale Bibles differed from the King James Bible and yet they were still God’s Holy Word written down. They came before the King James Bible so were they inerrant too? No, of course not, but they were certainly good enough for a nation of people who had never seen God’s Holy Word in print in their own language before. They must have been like manna from heaven and not a KJV Bible in sight.
We have to understand too that Paul had no written word apart from the OT Holy Scriptures. Paul went with a new message, a new Holy Spiritual verbal message so his hearers didn’t have a KJV Bible to refer to. The first written words of the New Testament were in Greek, there was a Hebrew version of Matthew’s Gospel and there was an Aramaic version of Mark’s Gospel. Either way, there was no KJV Bible, but there were True Believers abound and vibrant Congregations of God in many areas – including Britain as early as 37 AD.
What other evidence do we have? As it happens, quite a lot and all from the KJV itself:
Romans 10:17 (KJV) So then faith cometh by hearing, and hearing by The Word of God.
Galatians 3:2 (KJV) This only would I learn of you, Received ye The Spirit by the works of The Law, or by the hearing of Faith?
Galatians 3:5 He therefore that
ministereth (bestows) to you The Spirit, and worketh miracles among you, doeth He it by the works of The Law, or by the hearing of Faith? (Strike-through and brackets mine)
This is what Yashua Messiah promised He would preserve – His Sayings, His oral spoken Word, not His written Word. When we look at the complete history of the Congregations of God we can plainly see that the spoken Word has been the main instrument for spreading God’s Good News message of the coming Kingdom of God, not the written Word.
Having said that I will not diminish the importance of the written Word in our latter technological age of the printing press and the KJV does not have a monopoly in this medium for it is most definitely not without errors. For an example of these errors please see my series of articles entitled: “Exposing The Trinity Lie – Parts 1 through to 5”, “Do You Worship an Ogre god? Parts 1 through to 4”, “Exposing The Lucifer Lie” and “Should Christians be Baptised into Yashua Messiah’s (The Lord Jesus Christ’s) Name Alone? – Part 1” – All these articles are excellent examples of just how ERRANT The King James Bible is.
Moreover and finally, when we take into consideration the The KJV was translated into English by assorted Freemasons, ex-Papists and men of the Cainite-Judeo-Christian RELIGION with their satanic agendas what can we expect? INERRANCY!!!????
So, after I have written all the above, you may want to say something like this to me:
“OK, so are you saying that all English translated Holy Bibles cannot be relied upon for absolute Truth? Is that what you are suggesting Brother Charles?” No, I am not suggesting it, I am stating it as TRUTH, and that is why we have to search things out to see if they are just so, as did the Bereans in Paul’s time.
As someone once said to me: “Yashua Messiah feeds the birds, but He doesn’t sprinkle their food in their nests!” Now go and be diligent Learners (disciples) and then become God’s TRUTHFUL messengers (apostles) of Yashua Messiah, with no putting your Faith in a mythical inerrant King James Version Bible with its numerous errors into your message like the Cainite-Judeo-Christian Religion does all the time.