Which Translation Should You Trust? – Morton


A Defense Of The Authorized King James Version Of 1611



A Defense Of The Authorized King James Version Of 1611

In days past purchasing a Bible was simple. All a person had to do was go to a store that sold them, find one the size he wanted and with a cover he liked, and pay for it; he then had his own copy of the word of God. The buyer did not have to choose which version he wanted because for all practical purposes only one was available— the Authorized King James Version of 1611. In those days when a person said “Bible” everyone knew he was referring to the King James Version. Today, however, this simple task has become much more complicated. In the last one hundred years (especially the last thirty), publishers have bombarded Christians with dozens of new translations, each claiming to be superior to the King James Version. All of these new “Bibles” on the market leave many Christians (especially new converts) in a dilemma. They do not know which one to get. They want to get the best one or the right one, but which is it? This book will explain which it is.

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