51 Reasons Why the King James: A Path From Doubt to Faith

· Chick Publications
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 Many Christians claim to have faith in a Bible that doesn’t exist.  That’s right, they say they believe the “original autographs” were without error, but they don’t have them!

We need a Bible we can trust that we can actually hold in our hands.  Here are 51 reasons why you can trust the King James.

Be ready to give an answer!

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Our world is split between two camps: those with faith, and those with doubt.

Right now, those with doubt are outnumbering those with faith. But God only blesses faith. It’s “the Christian faith” —not the Christian doubt.

Are there reasons to trust that God kept His promise to preserve His own words?

Yes! There are many.

This book is a small collection of those. People have been finding, not only what faith looks like, but have actually made the move and left the doubting Bibles, with their contradictory doctrines, and come to the King James. There they found a consistent message, consistent doctrine, and a consistent faith.

So they can hold the Bible up in their hands and say, “Thus saith the Lord! This is the words of God.”

Trusting God’s Words Can Change Your Church!

The result?  An increase in holiness, faith, soul-winning, Christian growth and confidence in the Scriptures.

Read "51 Reasons" today!
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August 20, 2019
Best book by David Danields yet.
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