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The KJV: Intentionally Archaic

The KJV: Intentionally Archaic

An excerpt from George Steiner’s After Babel: Aspects of Language and Translation (Oxford University Press, 1975, pp. 348-9) Whether the ‘antique right­ness of the phrasing’ in the Authorized Version, as A. C. Partridge puts it, is due to deliberate...
How The KJV Refutes Dispensationalism

How The KJV Refutes Dispensationalism

Inserting a gap between the 69th week and the 70th week allows premillennialists of all types to conjure up an end-time antichrist, a rebuilt temple, and a covenant made and broken with Israel by the antichrist. Much of the support for this view hinges on the identity...
Archaic On Purpose: A Defense Of The KJV

Archaic On Purpose: A Defense Of The KJV

It is an interesting irony that, at a time when so many Christians have abandoned the King James Bible, a prominent atheist should come forth to praise it. In celebration of the four hundredth anniversary of the King James Bible in 2011, the famed unbeliever...
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...