Why We Hold to the
 King James Bible
     Sample Slides
Testimony of John Burgon
       God’s people believed they had the
             preserved scriptures


He spent 30 years t...
The Reformation
Tyndale English New Testament: 1525
Five Periods in Church History
 The Dark Ages: Persecution of the Bible
Conversion from Uncial to Cursive
             9th and 10th Centuries

     Uncial manuscripts
(majuscules) were written i...
The School in Alexandria




              Reconstruction of Alexandrian library

A school was established in about 150 AD...
Heresies Multiplied

Gnosticism
Sabellianism
Cerinthianism
Ebioism
Adoptionism
Five Periods in Church History


2nd and 3rd Centuries:
Corruption of the Bible




                  Origen
The King James Bible Translators

              Lancelot Andrewes
              Mastered 15 languages
              It was...
Matthews Bible (1537)
Rogers was imprisoned for a year and then burned
        at Smithfield in February, 1555.
William Tyndale
Tyndale sought permission from the Bishop of
    London to print the Bible in English




                ...
History of the Modern Versions
      Canterbury Convocation
What about Evangelical Textual Critics?


Evangelicals have adopted
textual criticism ‘from the
     mint of infidel
      ...
Editors of UBS Greek New Testament


                    Carlo Maria Martini
                 Jesuit Priest and Cardinal
 ...
History of the Modern Versions
  A Time of Apostasy and Confusion

 EVOLUTION
 Thomas Huxley (1825-1893)
 mocked biblical ...
Unitarians
          Ezra Abbot (1819-1884)


Called the foremost textual
critic in America of that
day
He authored the fo...
“The King James Version has GRAVE DEFECTS. By the middle of
the nineteenth century, the development of Biblical studies an...
History of the Modern Versions
         The principles of revision


“WE DO NOT CONTEMPLATE ANY
NEW TRANSLATION OF THE BIB...
History of the Modern Versions
  Many of the revisers later criticized
           their own work!



Trench, Moberly, and ...
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    1. 1. Why We Hold to the King James Bible Sample Slides
    2. 2. Testimony of John Burgon God’s people believed they had the preserved scriptures He spent 30 years tracing the history of the Bible; collated 150 Greek manuscripts and collected 86,000 quotations; more than 4,000 of them were from writers who died before the year 400 AD.
    3. 3. The Reformation Tyndale English New Testament: 1525
    4. 4. Five Periods in Church History The Dark Ages: Persecution of the Bible
    5. 5. Conversion from Uncial to Cursive 9th and 10th Centuries Uncial manuscripts (majuscules) were written in all capital letters with no space between words and little or no punctuation. (The name uncial is from the Latin word uncialis, which means ‘inch-high.’) Uncial text fragment
    6. 6. The School in Alexandria Reconstruction of Alexandrian library A school was established in about 150 AD in Alexandria, Egypt, by Pantaenus. It mixed Christianity with pagan philosophy.
    7. 7. Heresies Multiplied Gnosticism Sabellianism Cerinthianism Ebioism Adoptionism
    8. 8. Five Periods in Church History 2nd and 3rd Centuries: Corruption of the Bible Origen
    9. 9. The King James Bible Translators Lancelot Andrewes Mastered 15 languages It was said that “such was his skill in all languages, especially in the Oriental, that, had he been present at Babel, he might have served as Interpreter-General.”
    10. 10. Matthews Bible (1537) Rogers was imprisoned for a year and then burned at Smithfield in February, 1555.
    11. 11. William Tyndale Tyndale sought permission from the Bishop of London to print the Bible in English Bishop Cuthbert Tunstall
    12. 12. History of the Modern Versions Canterbury Convocation
    13. 13. What about Evangelical Textual Critics? Evangelicals have adopted textual criticism ‘from the mint of infidel rationalism’. Robert Dabney, 1871 Presbyterian leader Robert Dabney
    14. 14. Editors of UBS Greek New Testament Carlo Maria Martini Jesuit Priest and Cardinal Professor at the Pontifical Biblical Institute in Rome, which, in addition to Roman Catholic heresies, promotes the theory of evolution and the heretical documentary views of biblical inspiration.
    15. 15. History of the Modern Versions A Time of Apostasy and Confusion EVOLUTION Thomas Huxley (1825-1893) mocked biblical creation in Zoological Evidences as to Man’s Place in Nature (1863)
    16. 16. Unitarians Ezra Abbot (1819-1884) Called the foremost textual critic in America of that day He authored the footnotes in the ASV which say that Christ should not be worshipped and which question his deity.
    17. 17. “The King James Version has GRAVE DEFECTS. By the middle of the nineteenth century, the development of Biblical studies and the discovery of many manuscripts more ancient than those upon which the King James Version was based, made it manifest that these DEFECTS ARE SO MANY AND SO SERIOUS as to call for revision of the English translation.” (Preface, RSV, 1951)
    18. 18. History of the Modern Versions The principles of revision “WE DO NOT CONTEMPLATE ANY NEW TRANSLATION OF THE BIBLE, or any alteration of the language, except where, in the judgment of the most competent scholars, such change is necessary.”
    19. 19. History of the Modern Versions Many of the revisers later criticized their own work! Trench, Moberly, and Wordsworth were so disgusted with the revision that each man had been “anxious at different times to resign.”
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