A response to Pastor James Melton’s Questions for the KJV Critics
Category: KJV Onlyism
Did God promise to perfectly preserve His Word through the generations and bring us a perfect bible by way of the KJV? Read this article to find out.
Many people write in defense of the KJV. An often used argument is that the KJV doesn’t have a copyright so it is freely available to all people. These folks will often point out that in contrast, modern versions contain copyrights which limit their scope of reach and (as the argument goes) means that the […]
I got an email from Lee, a former Catholic concerned about the Catholic influence on modern bible Versions, a few weeks ago asking if I had considered this in my research on the King James Version. The following is a transcript of what was said. Enjoy: Hi Steve, I just hit upon your site. I […]
I recently had a discussion with someone about the perfection and preservation of the KJV. In our discussion I pointed out several contradictions found in the KJV proving it wasn’t perfect. As you could probably guess it was simply ignored. I decided to list them here: 1. Mark 15:25 says “And it was the third […]
Despite the KJV onlyist’s claims to the contrary, there have been many examples of the errors found in the KJV. Some errors are rather small and insignificant while others are so drastic that they change the very fabric of how we perceive Christianity. Now I’m being a bit dramatic, but there is some truth to […]
Ever since we wrote the KJV Only Deception article there have been many comments regarding Psalm 12:6-7. People rush to tell us that the Lord promised to preserve his word (the Bible) in this passage. They go on to express their belief that this promise is being fulfilled through the KJV. Some go as far […]
KJV only deception. KJV basics to give the reader adequate understanding of the origins of the KJV and to make the point that the KJV is certainly NOT a perfect Bible, is nothing more that a translation of other translations and is by no means the original Word of God.