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Marginal Notes: 1611 KJV

Marginal Notes: 1611 KJV

As excellent a translation as the King James Version was (and is), its editors never claimed to be infallibile. Their marginal notes indicate instances where they lacked absolute certainty over some readings. They acknowledged this in their preface: …it hath pleased...
[Re]introducing Edward F. Hills

[Re]introducing Edward F. Hills

An introduction to two books on the text and translation of scripture: “If I truly believe in God, then God is more real to me than anything else I know, more real even than my faith in Him. For if anything else is more real to me than God Himself, then I am not...
What, are you ESV only?

What, are you ESV only?

A brotherly inquiry from Christian McShaffrey “What, are you ESV only?” You have probably never heard anyone pose that question, but I might start asking it because I would really like to see how my brethren answer it. As a regular user of the Authorized Version and...
[Re]introducing Edward F. Hills

In Memoriam: E.F. Hills (1912-81)

A NOTE FROM THE FAMILY Many years have elapsed since our father, Dr. Edward Freer Hills, has passed away. Yet our memories of him have not faded. He was a strong, yet kind man who, after making his stand, declined to battle his critics. Instead, he stood alone, living...
Maximum Certainty VS. Maximum Uncertainty

Maximum Certainty VS. Maximum Uncertainty

God’s preservation of the New Testament text was not miraculous but providential.  The scribes and printers who produced the copies of the New Testament Scriptures and the true believers who read and cherished them were not inspired but God-guided. Hence...