One Bible Only?: Examining the Claims for the King James Bible

One Bible Only Examining the Claims for the King James Bible Pastors and church members alike are in need of solid sensitive answers to the ongoing questions they confront in ministry regarding the KJV and the veracity of modern translations of the Bible This

  • Title: One Bible Only?: Examining the Claims for the King James Bible
  • Author: Roy E. Beacham Kevin T. Bauder
  • ISBN: 9780825420481
  • Page: 263
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pastors and church members alike are in need of solid, sensitive answers to the ongoing questions they confront in ministry regarding the KJV and the veracity of modern translations of the Bible This honest examination of the King James Only position offers a balanced and scholarly presentation of the issues based on the biblical and historical evidence.

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    1. This work forms one of the most articulate Fundamentalist responses to the KJV-Only advocates. The book is a collection of articles written by members of the faculty of Central Baptist Theological Seminary and form a cohesive and helpful guide for dealing with the challenge of the KJV-Only proponents. Some of the unique aspects of this book is its look to Old Testament textual criticism and to the history of Fundamentalism in respect to this argument. In these particular areas, the writers demon [...]

    2. This is the absolute best book on the KJV issue. The writers are all connected with a funamentalist school in Minneapolis: Central Baptist Seminary. They represent the best scholarship in fundamentalism, and are all intimately acquainted with the arguments of, and controversy caused by KJV Onlyism. They deal with the facts, but also with the Bible's own testimony concerning the issue. Highly recommended.

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