Book Review: How to Read the Bible for All Its Worth by Gordon D. Fee, Douglas Stuart
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Authors: Gordon D. Fee, Douglas Stuart
Not the Truth But More LiesWhen the authors state the King James Bible was based only on late medieval texts and these sources were inaccurate and misleading in many places, you know you are dealing with liars. For the KJB is based on manuscripts found in the second century and on 95% of all the manuscripts found. There are many fine books that refute Gordon Fee and Douglas Stuart book, such as: "The Case for the King James Bible" by Rev. D.A. Waite. Dean John W. Burgon books "The Traditional Text of the Holy Gospel", "The Causes of Corruption of the Traditional Text", "Vindication of the Last Twelve Verses of Mark", "The Revison Revised".
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