Book: The Only Bible The King James Version by Bruce A. Borderscategories: Book, Bible Translations, KJV, King James Version, Bible Versions, Which Bible, NIV, New International Version, Religion, Christianity, Biblical Studies, Church Doctrine, Bible Reading, King James Bible
Bruce A. Bordersabout this book: These days, there seems to be a concerted effort to diminish, if not replace, the King James Version Bible. The King James Version is derided and ridiculed, cast aside as archaic and too formal; too this, too that. The popular thing to do is give deference to the modern versions and these new translations are appearing more and more. Currently, there are close to one hundred versions of the Bible on the market. With so many different translations, how can anyone be sure what is the actual Word of God? Does it matter?
From the beginning pages of the introduction to the end of the book, the author, the son of a Pentecostal preacher, leaves no doubt as to where he stands on this controversial issue. Packed with historical and biblical information, loaded with documented facts - and laced heavily with the author's opinion - this book makes a compelling case as to why the King James Version is the only Bible and why none of the other translations measure up.
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