KJV ONLY Confessional Bibliology, Not KJV ONLY Fundamentalism, Is Worthy of Repute
Summary: There is a right way to argue that the King James Bible is the Bible that Protestants should use. Not everyone will agree with it. I am not perfectly comfortable either. However, the viewpoint offered by those who call themselves “confessional bibliologists” have a strong case to make and deserve a careful hearing. They have the reasoning of Martin Luther and John Calvin to support them. Identified here is what they assert and why it is materially different from the quackery and demagoguery of fundamentalist
THE KING JAMES BIBLE PREFACE: AN AFFIRMATION OF THE PREMISES HELD BY ITS 47 TRANSLATORS.
This post is taken from Appendix 1 of REBOOTING THE BIBLE. My assumption: It matters what the 47 scholars who did the translating from Hebrew and Greek into the King James Version asserted about their work. If they acclaimed it the inerrant Word of God, we should listen. If they indicated that their work improved upon the work before and others following would improve upon theirs, we should listen.
The Preface to the King James Version (KJV) was written by these same 47 scholars. I … Read More
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