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The LIe That Changed The Modern World Paperback – 2 Apr 2008
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This book is a detailed progressive account of important historical facts that pertain to the preservation of the Words of God and those who would corrupt them. The results of the corruption of Bible texts and manuscripts and their influence on modern versions is examined. Furthermore, an analysis of the social effects on society, churches, and the individual are evaluated.
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David in AK
Good review of the King James translation issue
18 June 2011 - Published on Amazon.com
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This book is a good read and review of the King James translation issue. Well worth reading. The author does a good job collating bits and pieces from other works on this issue into a standing presentation for the accuracy and purity of the King James translation. It also details the corrupt elements that have been introduced for the spawning off of the many multiple translations since the great supplanters, Westcott and Hort, pushed their revision into society as a foundational Greek text for new translations.
Dave / Ak
Dave / Ak