So this post was originally the paper – but now it is in this book:
I’m currently writing a paper on KJV Onlyism and came across the Millenary Petition which supposedly was the initiator for the Hampton Roads Conference. What were the Puritans railing against? Part of the problems which they saw in the Anglican Church were women who administered the sacrament of baptism. Following this is the charge that […]
Seventeen percent of those surveyed believe the King James Bible was first released shortly after the time of Christ. Younger Americans (age 18 to 26), often categorized as considerably less religious than older Americans (age 65 and older), are equally likely to be unsure of why the King James Bible was significant (34 percent vs. […]
Over at the KJVO Debate Blog, this comment was posted: I would think 1881 is a good year to note as a line of demarcation of overlap and underlap of the Church of the Laodiceans and the Church in Philadelphia because after all, that is when the Laodiceans started to accept the old/new Bible which […]
Yep… Recently, there was a bit of a lively discussion when I suggested that some people take the KJVO position because it harkens back to the days of British world dominance. While not my intention, this article seems to have really irritated people. I found that the reasons for the irritation were odd since they […]
In this post, I just found out that a KJVO Bible college has just made it public that they will not be teaching Greek in preparing men for ministry because their preserved KJV Bible for the English speaking people makes Greek obsolete. This is the official statement of Grace Baptist College in Gaylord Michigan. (from […]
Some of the greatest lies told by the KJVO movement, promulgated by Ruckman and Riplinger, are those about Westcott and Hort. For example, this blogger has bought hook, line, and sinker what the KJVO camp is putting out. Note that he, without any real evidence, places everyone who reads anything but the KJV (please, pick […]
I really don’t much care for Jack Chick, but to place him along side Hitler and Henry Ford?
For those of you who know of Peter ‘ I burn God’s Word’ Fuhrman, he is visiting blogs and forums under the name of PeterAV. Recently, he posted a comment to a fellow-blogger’s site suggesting that the only real KJV was the PCE one, which arrived on the scene only in 1900. You can find […]
I find this move by this ‘pastor’ as disgusting as you can get.