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Why I Don’t (Usually) Recommend the King James Version

Published on July 17, 2016 By sirrahc

“That languages change over time is one of the strongest arguments either for the revision of older Bible translations or for completely new translations.”  — Dr. James White, The King James Only Controversy I am sure that some who love the King James Version (KJV) will immediately be defensive. (Especially if they are KJV Onlyist, […]

On the Ending(s) of Mark’s Gospel

Published on February 7, 2016 By sirrahc

In the post titled “Newsweek Tells Christians They Are Wrong”, I mentioned that one of the examples of biblical corruption brought up by Kurt Eichenwald in his anti-evangelical, anti-Bible screed was the so-called “long(er) ending of Mark” (16:9-20). Some have called the debate about this passage the most significant textual controversy in the New Testament. […]

Why the Gospels Differ

Published on March 30, 2011 By sirrahc

When reading through and comparing the four canonical Gospels, Christian and non-Christian alike will sometimes wonder why the books aren’t in the same format and tell the same stuff. True, they do follow the basic style for biography in the ancient Greco-Roman world (which can be frustrating to us ‘modern’ people who want more complete […]

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