Tag Archives: The Greek Bible

HAS THE THIRD JEWISH TEMPLE BEEN BUILT ALREADY? DID SIMON BAR KOKHBA ACCOMPLISH THIS IN 132 A.D.?

Summary: There were three Roman-Jewish Wars between 66 A.D. and 135 A.D. The second Temple, Herod’s Temple, was destroyed by Titus in 70 A.D. But two other wars would follow even more devastating than the first. The Jews had proven to be Rome’s worst citizens driven by an apocalyptic vision that they lived in the days of Messiah. Jesus was rejected by Jewish leaders in 33 A.D. But exactly 100 years later, the new spiritual leader of Judaism, Rabbi Akiba, endorsed Simon Bar Kokhba as King Messiah. Akiba would create a completely new Judaism. Akiba hated Jesus of Nazareth and Read More

THE KJV TRANSLATORS INSERTED 8,422 “VARIANTS INTO THE TEXT” OF THE KJV BIBLE. SO WHAT DIFFERENCE DOES IT MAKE?

Summary: The King James Version has over 8,000 variants — comprised of marginal notes explaining alternatives to the meaning of the Hebrew or Greek words used in the source texts for the Bible. The KJV ONLY advocates argue that there is no question that the English words selected are guaranteed by the Holy Spirit to be the proper English words to accurately convey the meaning of the Hebrew or Greek. However, the 8,422 variants inserted in the margins by the 47 translators of the King James Version constitute 8,422 issues raised regarding variations that may be as probable to be

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THE 47 SCHOLARS WHO TRANSLATED THE SCRIPTURES AND CREATED THE KING JAMES VERSION TELL US WHAT WE SHOULD BELIEVE ABOUT THIS BIBLE

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