Answers to Your Bible Version Questions

Answers to Your Bible Version Questions

by David Daniels

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Did God preserve His words?
Or does my Bible contain errors?

If you believe God preserved His words, where can you find them?
History shows that there are two streams of Bible texts, and they are not the same. Obviously, both of them cannot be correct. Respected linguist David Daniels proves beyond a doubt how we can know the King James Bible is God's preserved words in English. He answers many of the difficult questions the so-called "experts" throw against the King James. Whether you want to defend the King James Bible or learn which Bible you can trust, you will find the answers here.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940013806740
Publisher: Chick Publications
Publication date: 12/27/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 221
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

David Daniels, B.A., M.Div., is trained in Bible and linguistics. After twenty years of searching the Hebrew and Greek scriptures and studying the history of the Bible, he has concluded that the King James Bible is God's preserved words in English.

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Notnarb6779 on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
This book is typical of the KJV Only line--there is only one Perfect Bible and it is a KJV 1611. As with Riplinger, Ruckman, Waite and others, it would take a full book to challenge everything but let me give just one reason why you should not trust this author (to answer his question on p. 193).On page 128 Daniels writes, "The simple fact is that the King James Bible you can purchase in almost any bookstore, allowing for changes in spelling (and possibly the two printing errors) [he alludes to 2 Chron 33:19 and Jere 34:16] is the same Book of God's preserved words that was printed in 1611." Anyone who wants to check the veracity of that statement should consult F. H. A. Scrivener's The Authorized Edition of the English Bible (1611), Its Subsequent Reprints and Modern Representations. Beginning with the Appendix on page 147 Scrivener lists all the changes down through the ages. (If you have Logos Bible Software, look for this in front of the Cambridge Paragraph Bible).But, for those who might not have this book but do have a copy of the original KJV 1611 try comparing these passages. In Numbers 6:14 the 1611 has "lambe" where all versions now have "ram." Is that not a textual change? Or, see Mark 5:6 where the 1611 has "came" while we now have "ran" in our versions. Or, Romans 3:24 where the 1611 has "Jesus Christ" but our versions have "Christ Jesus." Or, maybe we should throw in some examples where words are added, like 2 Cor 11:31. Our present editions read "kept the city of the Damascenes with a garrison..." while the 1611 has "kept the citie with a garrison." Or check out 1 Tim 1:4 where the 1611 has "...rather then edifying which is in faith" while our versions have "rather than godly edifying which is in faith." (Please note that all versions from Tyndale to the Bishops Bible has the word "godly" included).By now the reader may be thinking that these are but a few examples which slipped by the good Mr. Daniels. But, alas, Scrivener's lists run on for 90 pages! That's right, 90 pages. On page 194 Daniels asks the question: "Why should you believe in me?" He then proceeds to answer it with "Surely you shouldn't." (His implication is that you should do the research yourself to see if he is correct.) So I did the research and now I agree with him--I don't trust him!