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Idx: King James Version Only

Posted by David Cox on November 7, 2022
Posted in indexVersions-Translations 

Idx: King James Version Only

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Idx: King James Only (contra position)

Posted by David Cox on November 5, 2022
Posted in indexVersions-Translations 

Idx: King James Only (contra position)

Works dealing with the “contra” position that the King James is uniquely the Word of God above any other version or translation. This position can be any of several other positions.

Idx: King James Only (contra position)

Idx: Textual Criticism

Posted by David Cox on October 12, 2022
Posted in indexTextual Criticism 

Idx: Textual Criticism

Textual Criticism – refers to the linguistic science of evaluating differ manuscripts of a work (usually ancient work) and variants within that work. Amanuscript is a single copy of the work or a portion of the work. A variant is when comparing two manuscripts of the same passage of the same work, there is some kind of difference in spelling, words, word order, extra or missing words. The rules of textual criticism are usually established in reference to ancient works and are not much different between secular works and religious works.

Idx: Textual Criticism

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Idx: Divine Authority in Scriptures

Posted by David Cox on October 12, 2022
Posted in Authorityindex 

Idx: Divine Authority in Scriptures

Divine Authority

The issue of divine authority is strongly attacked by liberals and others. The issue revolves around the simple point, if God did not really give us the Bible, then it has no authority. A secondary issue comes into play, if the Bible is not really inspired, then errors exist in it, and it has no confidence nor authority for us. The motive of people attacking the Bible in this way is to remove the divine authority from Scripture. Since these people are not “big enough” to go against God “nose to nose” sort of speak, they destroy the authority inherent in Scripture, and that causes them to escape its wrath for disobeying it. The entire issue of Divine Authority in Scripture is not really, whether God inspired the Bible or not, but evil people who do not want to accept what God has said in it. Read more