Are We Bibliolators? #2

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

“I will worship toward thy holy temple, and praise thy name for thy lovingkindness and for thy truth: for thou hast magnified thy word above all thy name” (Psalm 138:2 KJV).

God’s Word is under attack! If thou dost hold firm to the King James Bible, expect the criticism from the “scholarly elite” and their minions. However, be not afraid of thy critics when they whine about thy “King James-only” position. This battle hath been waged for millennia.

Since the days of the apostles, the Church the Body of Christ hath used one Greek New Testament (the Textus Receptus, Latin for “received text [from the early churches]”) and hath rejected its opposing/satanic counterfeit (the Alexandrian Critical Text).

For at least the past 1700 years, the corrupt Alexandrian Critical Text (Satan’s counterfeit Greek New Testament) hath rivaled God’s Antiochian (Greek Textus Receptus) manuscript family. The New Testament of nearly all major early English Bibles (1526–1611, including the King James) was predicated on the Textus Receptus. Up until 130 years ago, Christians were almost exclusively using the Greek Textus Receptus and its resulting translations (including English Bibles). But, in 1881, under the direction of apostate “scholars” Drs. Westcott and Hort, a new English “bible” was released. The English Revised Version, a supposed “revision” of the King James, was actually translated from the corrupt Alexandrian texts that the King James translators rejected!

Since 1881, Bible scholars have been under the satanic spell of translating over 200 “modern” “bibles” from Codices (manuscripts) Vaticanus and Sinaiticus, Roman Catholic manuscripts that Bible-believing Christians deliberately ignored for over 1500 years! Historically, being “King James-only” is not heretical; being anti-King James is! Most—if not all—“modern” English “bibles” are based on manuscripts that Christians avoided (history testifieth that these saints preferred to be put to death as ‘heretics’ than use it!).

God’s people have always held firm to His pure Word, even it meant giving up their very lives. Thou shouldest be willing to do the same. If someone deemeth us King James-only Christians “Bibliolaters” (Bible worshippers), they also condemneth God who “hast magnified [his] word above all [his] name” (today’s Scripture).