Answers to Your Bible Version Questions

· Chick Publications
19 reviews

About this ebook

Did God preserve His words?
Or does my Bible contain errors?

If you believe God preserved His words, where can you find them? History shows that there are two streams of Bible texts, and they are not the same. Obviously, both of them cannot be correct.

Respected linguist David Daniels proves beyond a doubt how we can know the King James Bible is God's preserved words in English. He answers many of the difficult questions the so-called "experts" throw against the King James. Whether you want to defend the King James Bible or learn which Bible you can trust, you will find the answers here.

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19 reviews
September 8, 2016
It's all about the truth, nothing but the truth. So help us God. These new versionists,what they preach, what they say is just typical of the way Society has become. Kicking God out of our schools, Waterdown Churchs, the rainbow Bible,it all fits in well with the NIV corrupt Bible, who by the way its Publishers of that corrupt Bible also publishes the Satanic Bible along with the joy of gay sex. So the NIV Bible fits in well with that the book lineup of Harper Collins. Pure corruption.
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Elias Gamez
March 2, 2016
I come to realize with this and many other books on the subject of the king James Bible that God did preserve his word. Had I not read this and many other books about the Bible version issue, I would have never known that a lot of other Bible versions change certain words and end up tarnishing Jesus good name.
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A Google user
June 2, 2009
The book is full of ideological misconceptions and historical errors, trying to force its author's view that the King James Bible is the only genuine inspired Scripture. Awkward enough.
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