The King James Translation:Still the Best!


I hope you enjoy these messages from 1997 on the trustworthiness of the King James Translation. Scroll on down for video, audio, of the classes. Click on the link  below for a free download of the manual.

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The King James Translation, itself, is not inspired, but it is the best translation. The only inspired Scriptures were the originals, when God spoke and used mere men as the pen.

Knowing this first, that no prophecy of the scripture is of any private interpretation. (20) For the prophecy came not in old time by the will of man: but holy men of God spake as they were moved by the Holy Ghost.   (2 Peter 1:20-21)

There is a wealth of material in these messages, and the manual. When the result of the work of the translators of the King James Bible is compared to the modern versions, or perversions, of the Bible that are being marketed to unsuspecting Christians, it becomes obvious they are not even a shadow of the real thing. It’s all about the money! One should not be subjected to false doctrine or a works salvation because the Bible you are reading does not have it right!

The subject matter is presented informally to ordinary people in a friendly setting. From all accounts, we enjoyed it a great deal.

The entire series will consist of eight classes with two 45 minute sessions each. The hand-out material and tests are included. I am not able to proctor anyone, but testing yourself is a good way to learn this important material. It is also helpful to print out the material from the links. Those are the handouts we used with the class.

Class One:

Session 1a - Part One
Session 1a - Part One - Audio File
Session 1b - Part Two
Session 1b - PartTwo - Audio File

Class Notes for Sessions 1a and 1b
Manuscripts and Words - the Answers to Test One
Chart: A Comparison of the Old Testament Texts
Class One - Biblica Hebraica - Ancient Manuscripts
Test Number One

Class Two:

Session 2a - Part One
Session 2a - Part One - Audio File
Session 2b - Part Two
Session 2b - Part Two - Audio File

The Majority and the Minority Texts Identified
Test Number Two
Session 3a - Part One
Session 3a - Part One - Audio File
Session 3b - Part Two
Session 3b - Part Two - Audio File

Manuscript Copies, Care and Preparation
Textus Receptus
Test Number Three

Class Four

Session 4a - Part One
Session 4a - Part One - Audio File
Session 4b - Part Two
Session 4b - Part Two - Audio File

The Doctrinal Views of Westcott, Hort, and Others
Historical Evidence for the Received Text
Omissions of the NKJT, NASB, and NIV
Class 4a Notes Complete
Test Number Four

Class Five
Session 5a - Part One
Session 5a - Part One - Audio File
Session 5b - Part Two
Session 5b - Part Two - Audio File

Mark 16 9-20 Footnotes in Modern Bible Versions
Excerpts from the Preface of the New King James Translation
Test Number Five

Class Six

Session 6a - Part One
Session 6a - Part One - Audio File
Session 6b - Part Two
Session 6b - Part Two - Audio File

Early Patristic Quotations and Manuscripts
Translation Methods
Test Number Six

Class Seven

Session 7a - Part One
Session 7a - Part One - Audio File
Session 7b - Part Two
Session 7b - Part Two - Audio File

Bible Chart Hand Out
Gospel of Mark, the Last Twelve Verses
The King James Translators

Class Eight

Session 8a - Part One
Session 8a - Part One - Audio File
Session 8b - Part Two
Session 8b - Part Two - Audio File

From Christ to the Fall of Rome in 476 A.D.
The King James Translation and It's Roots

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