The King James Only Controversy: Can You Trust the Modern Translations?

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Bethany House, 1995 - Religion - 286 pages
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Answering those who claim that only the King James Version is the Word of God, The King James Only Controversy examines allegations that modern translators conspired to corrupt Scripture and lead believers away from true Christian faith. In a readable and responsible style, author James White traces that development of Bible translations old and new and investigates the differences between new versions and the Authorized Version of 1611.

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Review: The King James Only Controversy, Revised Edition

User Review  - Bruce Landon - Christianbook.com

I have the 1995 edition of this book and I have turned to it numerous times as a resource for additional information on specific passages. This is not an overly technical book and yet it thoroughly ... Read full review

Review: The King James Only Controversy, Revised Edition

User Review  - Fred - Christianbook.com

I have previewed this book and researched about this author, found out that this author and book is anti-KJV. This is anti-Bible at all! Dont waste your money and time. Read full review

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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. He and his family live in Phoenix.

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