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The King James only controversy

can you trust the modern translations?
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Bible. -- Versions -- Authorized, Bible. -- Versions, Bible. N.T. -- Versions -- Textus receptus, Bible -- Criticism, Te
StatementJames R. White.
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LC ClassificationsBS186 .W45 1995
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Paginationviii, 286 p. :
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Open LibraryOL1276160M
ISBN 101556615752
LC Control Number95007770
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This book exposes many of the King James only arguments that sound convincing at first but fall apart once you look past the surface.

It’s hard to explain the difference it makes to /5(). The King James Version has been trusted by Christians for generations. Today it's the center of a debate where critics charge that contemporary translations have changed essential Christian doctrines. In this revised edition of his noteworthy book, James White refutes the claims of those who believe the KJV is the only true translation of the Bible/5(19).

"The doctrine that the King James Version is the only authoritative Bible for English-speaking people has become known as King James Onlyism, taking on the characteristics of a sect. Using evidence from Scripture, history, theology, textual criticism, and ancient and modern Bible versions, this book demonstrates that this doctrine is of recent.

Having spent three years in my life in a rural Tennessee city where King James Onlyism is still a major controversy, James White's book is very helpful in disarming the accusations of KJV Onlyists.

However, this book is not just a book about why the KJV should not be the only English Bible translation/5(86). Occasionally, someone will ask me what I think about the King James Only controversy raging in some of the fundamentalist circles of independent Baptist life.

Having grown up around many KJV-Onlyers, I can only express sadness that the conservative independent Baptists continue to separate from each other over unimportant matters. The fundamentalist movement is cocooning itself into a. Modern Bible translations still come under attack from the King James Only camp.

In this revision of a book continually in print for more than ten years, James R. White traces the development of Bible translations old and new, investigating the differences between versions like the NIV, NASB, and NKJV and the Authorized Version of Written with the layperson in mind, The King James Only 4/5(26).

Problems with the book "The King James Only Controversy, Can You Trust the Modern Translations?" By Tom Whitney ([email protected]) Introduction. This is undoubtedly the best book available supporting the position that no English translation is perfect or infallible. Table of Contents iv Chapter page 4.

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White Paperback $/5(6). “The Debate Over the King James Version” by Rick Wade “Is the King James Version the Only Bible Christians Should Trust and Read?” by John Ankerberg and John Weldon. RECOMMENDED BOOKS: “The King James Only Controversy” (Book) by James R.

White with endorsements by Norman Geisler, D.A. Carson, J. Packer, John MacArthur, Bruce Metzger. Buy The King James Only Controversy: Can You Trust Modern Translations?: Can You Trust the Modern Translations.

Revised edition by White, James R. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(). The KJV Only Controversy Keywords: KJV Only, King James Version Only, King James Bible, King James Bible Only, KJV only controverys KJV Only Movement, advocates, KJV onlyism.

WHAT IS THE KJV ONLY CONTROVERSY. "The KJV Controversy" is essentially a title given to the contest being waged between two opposing forces Modern Bible translations still come under attack from the King James Only camp.

In this revision of a book continually in print for more than ten years, James R. White traces the development of Bible translations old and new, investigating the differences between versions like the NIV, NASB, and NKJV and the Authorized Version of /5(). James White and the ‘King James Only Controversy’ so-called Summary Overview The following note was sent some years ago to a former pastor of a church this writer attends about James White’s book.

The note was sent on May 21st No reply was ever received. Response to "The King James Only Controversy" - Chapter 10 (book by James White) Book 01 - Genesis - KJV Response to "The King James Only Controversy" - Chapter 7.

The perfect Bible would be that in the original languages. Why people choose to consider themselves as King James Only is nothing to do with accuracy, but plain biblolaty – a dogmatism founded in insecurity and arrogance.

I prefer the King James Bible, but that is a personal preference based on what I learnt as a child. Response to "The King James Only Controversy" - Chapter 2 (book by James White) sanderson Response to "The King James Only Controversy" - Chapter Three Myths about King James Bible.

James R. White is the author of several acclaimed books, including The King James Only Controversy and The Forgetten Trinity. He is an elder of the Phoenix Reformed Baptist Church, director of Alpha and Omega Ministries—a Christian apologetics organization, an adjunct professor with Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary, and a professor of apologetics with Columbia Evangelical Seminary/5(6).

James R. White is the author of several acclaimed books, including The King James Only Controversy and The Forgetten Trinity. He is an elder of the Phoenix Reformed Baptist Church, director of Alpha and Omega Ministries—a Christian apologetics organization, an adjunct professor with Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary, and a professor of apologetics with Columbia Evangelical Seminary.

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The King James Only controversy, by its very nature, brings disruption and contention right into the pews of the local Christian church. KJV Only advocates, due to the nature of their beliefs, are often disruptive of the fellowship in churches, feeling that their message of "God’s one true Bible" needs to be heard by all.

According to Beacham and Bauder, "Ruckman is without any doubt the most caustic and abusive among King James-Only partisans".

James R. White states in his book The King James Only Controversy that to call Ruckman "outspoken is to engage in an exercise in understatement. Caustic is too mild a term; bombastic is a little more accurate. Born: Peter Sturges Ruckman, Novem. In The King James Only Controversy, White writes with the “desire for peace in the church of Jesus Christ” (16).

Correctly observing that KJV Only campers count on the ignorance of the average Christian regarding the history of the Bible and its transmission and translation, White seeks this peace not through compromise, but rather through. The King James Only Controversy- Answered.

Do not Trust the Modern Translations. An Exposé of the fallacies of James R. White, contained in his book: The King James Only Controversy.

Including a chart comparing over verses in the King James Bible with the modern versions. By Pastor Hugo W.K. Schönhaar. Pastor of TORONTO BAPTIST CHURCH. It was not until that I stumbled upon James R.

White's "The King James Only Controversy." What a breath of fresh air. Finally I had found a source of information on the subject that was based solidly upon facts--not upon traditions, name-calling, circular reasoning, or ad hominem arguments/5(7).

THE WESTCOTT AND HORT ONLY CONTROVERSY. Phil Stringer This message was given at the 33rd Annual Meeting and Conference of the GraceWay BibleSociety meeting, Saturday, October 27th,held at Brampton Ontario, Canada. TABLE OF CONTENTS. The King James Only Controversy.

The Primacy of the King James Bible. Buy a cheap copy of The King James Only Controversy: Can You book by James R. White.

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Addresses the debate over the trustworthiness of Bible translations which has troubled the church for centuries. Free shipping over $/5(5). The King James-Only movement has spilled over onto mission fields, causing distress in national churches and alienating missionaries from each other.

It has led some American missionaries to denounce reliable foreign language translations simply because those translations were not based on or did not always agree with the KJV. The King James Only Controversy. This year () marks the th anniversary of the King James Version of the Bible.

It is by far the most widely read book in the English speaking world and has been hugely influential - the greatest single source in English and American literature.

The King James Controversy can be a very sore subject for Christians of different denominations. Every Bible-believing church ought to take a stand for the King James Bible of because of clear evidence of God's hand on the inspiration and preservation of His Word by this Book.

However, James White has even addressed this on his website. In short, The King James Only Controversy contains accurate and thorough examinationsand refutations of KJV-Only beliefs and should be a valued addition to any Christian's library, especially those confronted by proponents of the King James Only position/5(4).

The King James Only Controversy, Revised Edition. James R. White. James R. White. Bethany House / / Trade Paperback.

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or even say anything disparaging about the King James Bible. He elevates it as a fine translation of God's word and tries to show through greek texts and church history that the other translations also likewise well made /5(19).The King James Only Controversy.

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The King James Only Controversy (James White) Discussion in 'Book Reviews' started by BayouHuguenot, White's book, and D.A. Carson's 'The King James Debate, A Plea For Realism', are the two best I've read on the topic. I have, many times, typed text from a book onto posts in this board, and proofreading found I had skipped a line, a.