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Stephens, Estienne and Scrivener The GREEK TEXT UNDERLYING THE KING JAMES VERSION

The Textus Receptus of Stephens, Under the Direction of F.H.A. Scrivener- The 1550 Greek New Testament of Stephens underlying the KJV
Pierson Publishing Group, 2001 Perfect. New - Fine. First Edition Republished. Sometimes known simply as the Textus Receptus, this is a reprint of the Greek New Testament published by Stephens in 1550. Author biography: Stephens against the ecclesiastical authorities of his day and risking his life, wanted to put the sacred scriptures in the hands of the people. The first step towards this was a reliable greek edition which Bible scholars (such as Luther & others) could draw on. Stephens published the Textus Receptus in 1550 in the earliest days of the Reformation. This edition includes includes the various readings of Theodore Beza (de Beze), Elzevier/Elzevir, Lachmann, Tregelles, and Tischendorf . The Main text of this New Testament is the Koine Greek of Stephens (who is also known as Estienne, Robert Stephens, Stephanus, etc). This edition was published by in the UK in 1877. One of the Greek Texts used extensively during the reformation, by Calvin & others, this is one of the Greek Texts which remains as it was before Westcott & Hort made their revision. Scrivener was a close friend of Dean Burgon. Burgon and Scrivener did disagree on some of the works edited by Scrivener, but not this one. In fact, quite the opposite. Oxford Professor John Burgon (Dean Burgon) endorsed this edition of the Stephens text stating in one of his many works {specifically, in the Revision Revised}, that "Learned Readers can scarcely require to be told of the same learned scholar's Novum Testamentum - Textus Stephanici -1550", which this edition is. 600 Pages. Text in Koine Greek. Preface in Latin. A great gift for any student, professor or pastor. For the learned mind, and those who aspire to be. Available. Bookseller Inventory # 000014
Price: US$ 39.95

 

Burgon, John William THE REVISION REVISED - Being an Expose of the True Work of Westcott & Hort

Pierson Publishing Group, 2001 Perfect. Fine. First published in 1883, this Scholarly work was written by Oxford Professor John William Burgon, sometimes known as Dean Burgon since he also held the position of Dean of Chichester, one of the more renound parishes in the Church of England. John William Burgon stayed informed about the company of translators to the Revised Version of 1881, through several friends who were on the translation committees. When Burgon found that Westcott and Hort were attempting to substitute Greek Texts not used by the church and previously discarded as heresy, Burgon began documenting the corrupting influence of Westcott and Hort, and the result is his book: The REVISION REVISED. This work is devided primarily into three sections: 1. The New Greek Text 2. The New English Version and 3. Westcott and Hort's New Textual theory. The time since Westcott and Hort has not been kind to their work or their theories, although their reputations have outlived their actual merit. Consistentyl most textual scholarship has upheld the accuracy of the Textus Receptus with each new discovery of ancient Biblical texts. Find out why the work of Westcott and Hort has been so important to the United BIble Societies Greek N.T. editions, and what specifically are the facts about Westcott and Hort, their Greek collations, and the actual scholarship of their work. Also included are behind the scenes details about what happened amongst the translators of the Revised Version. The RSV (Revised Standard Version) and its Greek Text (which is the Greek Text of Westcott and Hort] also underlies the New American Standard Bible, the New International Version, and the New King James. This First Edition republished Available Now. Email us for a free picture of one of the letters written by Westcott, explaining that he did not believe in the Bible he was translating - This picture is free for the asking - See for yourself if there is a basis to ask questions and study to show thyself approved..a person who can rightly divide the difference between fact and fiction. Bookseller Inventory # 000007
Price: US$ 29.95

Ulfilas, Wulfilas The New Testament in Gothic - Veteris et Novi Testamenti - Versionis Gothicae/Latin Interlinear
Pierson Publishing Group, 2001 Perfect. Limited. Private Press. Still cheaper than an auction at Christies, this work was originally published (in modern times) in 1843 at Leipzig, and is the most complete New Testament (and other portions of the Bible) available in Gothic by Ulfilas/Wulfilas, missionary to the Goths/Visigoths. The Prolegomena is in Latin. The body of the text features the Gothic text on the top half of the page, with a Latin transliteration on the bottom half of each page, often with additional notes & critical commentary. Volume II includes an extensive glossary, and a substantive section on Gothic grammar, declinations, and conjugations - which is written in German. Two volume set. Not sold separately. A great gift for scholars and linguists. Bookseller Inventory # 000005
Price: US$ 274.95

Todd, John Henry Translators of the King James Version
Pierson Publishing Group, 2001 Perfect. Fine. First Edition Republished. Tired of the accusations by the enemies of the only updated version of the Bible for Protestants and Pilgrims, the chief Archivist of the Church of England (which is Anglican in the UK and Episcopalian in the USA], that is the recordkeeper to the Archbishop of Canterbury saw fit to publish this book which contains biographies of the Translators of the King James Version in 1819. Many of the translators were Professors at Cambridge or Oxford, and many were also head of their respective colleges, as well as authors. What was it like to be a translator, when the standard payment for the work was execution ? Find out more about the social climate in England around 1611, and what it meant to be a Puritan and stand up for the efforts of the Reformation and for the Common's persons' right-to-read. The Author - Henry John Todd was also the Official Chaplain to his Majesty, the head of the Brittish Empire. This work includes an historical preface, as well as several appendices, and an index. Available Now. Bookseller Inventory # 000004
Price: US$ 14.95

Elzevir, Elzevier Textus Receptus - Novum Testamentum
Pierson Publishing Group, 2001 Perfect. New - Fine/Fine. Reprint of 1624. ISBN:0967756510. This Koine Greek New Testament is the Greek Edition of Elzevir, and one of two editions to be known as the Textus Receptus [the Received Text] (the other being Stephens 1550). This is one of the Books which launched the Reformation, when at last learned men and leaders could see for themselves what the Bible said, and how much this agreed or contravened what hierarchy of the State Churches were teaching. This edition was published in the earlier days of the American Republic, in Philadelphia in 1841. This New Testament features a small middle column which includes the various readings found in Griesbach's New Testament, the present Greek tenses of the most difficult verbs, Biblical references directing the reader to other verses in the New Testament where the same Greek word is found. If you always wanted to own the Textus Receptus, to know for a fact that you possess it and that it will not lay dormant or available only to ancient book collectors, or locked away in the rare & fragile book rooms of special libraries, this is your chance. A great gift for Pastors, Linguists, Seminary Students, and Bible Students. Author biography: The Author/Editor of this particular version of the Greek New Testament is Elzevir, who published this edition in 1624 in Leyden, the city in Holland where the Puritans had waited after escaping England to come on the Mayflower and found the Plymouth Colony in 1620. Available Now. Bookseller Inventory # 000001
Price: US$ 34.95

Seebohm, Frederic Reformers before the Reformation: Oxford Reformers of 1498 - John Colet, Erasmus and Thomas Moore
Real Text Publishing Group, 2001 Perfect. First Edition Republished. Originally published in 1867, this great book recounts the history of the early reformers before the Reformation was fully underway. This book documents the life of Erasmus and his wide influence on the later Reformers, at Oxford, and throughout Europe. Topics include: John Colet returns from Italy to Oxford, Colet's lectures on St. Paul, Colet on the Mosaic account of Creation, Young Thomas More (Thomas Moore) comes to Oxford, Erasmus comes to Oxford, the Pseudo-Dionysian writings, Erasmus and Colet leave Oxford, Colet receives doctorate and Dean of St. Paul's, the Enchiridion of Erasmus, More called to Parliament and offends Henry VII, Visit of Erasmus to England , Erasmus writes "In Praise of Folly", Colet founds St. Paul's School, Colet is charged with Heresy, Colet's Sermon to Henry VIII, Erasmus and the Papal Ambassador, Erasmus goes to Basel to print his New Testament [Textus Receptus], More writes "utopia", Martin Luther, the Cabalistica of Reuchlin, The sale of Indulgences by the Catholic Church priests, the Second Edition of the New Testament of Erasmus, Erasmus and the Reformers of Wittenberg, the followers of John Hus in Bohemia, and more..435 pages - Also includes Index. Email for more Info if Needed. Payment by Check, Money Order or Visa/MC, but only via Paypal. Available Now. Bookseller Inventory # 000841
Price: US$ 34.95

Tertullian - Tertullianus The Heresies and False Teachings of Marcion By Tertullian
Real Text Publishing Group, 2001 Perfect. New. First Edition Republished. The Heresies and False Teachings of Marcion By Tertullian - This is part of the Translations of the Writings of the Early Fathers of the Christian church, edited by Roberts and Donadson. Published in 1882 in Edinburgh and translated into English by Peter Holmes, this work was written by Tertullian and is one of the few works authenticated as written by Tertullian (and not merely attributed to him). This work was written to combat the heresies of Marcion, who denied the deity of Christ. This is one of the earliest and most comprehensive works, explaining why there was a need to prevent those who rejected Christianity from trying to change its key positions. Read the facts and make up your own mind. This is also one of the works written by the early Christians.Marcion eventually was persuaded by these arguements and changed his mind. Find out what Tertullian and the early Christians believed for yourself. 500 pages - include Index. Email for more Info if Needed. Payment by Check, Money Order or Visa/MC, but only via Paypal. Available Now. Bookseller Inventory # 000845
Price: US$ 24.95

Baikie, James Egyptian Papyri and Papyrus Hunting
Real Text Publishing Group, 2001 Perfect. New. First Edition Republished. Egyptian Papyri and Papyrus Hunting, this work was originally published by the original Fleming H. Revell Co. Topics include: Section 1: Papyrus and its use as a writing material, the use of Papyrus in Ancient Egypt, the first Papyrus Hunters Ancient Egyptian Papyri in Modern Times, Ancient Papyri: Historical and Legal (Parts 1,2,3) Ancient Papyri - Poetry and Fiction, Funerary Papyri, Section 2: Modern Papyrus Hunting, Theological and Literary Texts, Personal Documents and Letters. 325 pages - Many Illustrations - Includes Index. Email for more Info if Needed. Payment by Check, Money Order or Visa/MC, but only via Paypal. Available Now. Bookseller Inventory # 000851
Price: US$ 29.95

Van Dyke, Henry The Gospel for an Age of Doubt
Real Text Publishing Group, 2001 Perfect. New. First Edition Republished. Originally by Grosset & Dunlap and written by Harvard and Yale graduate Henry Van Dyke, this book speaks to those who want an honest appraisal of Historic Christianity and its impact on the personal lives of Christians. Topics include: An Age of Doubt, the Gospel of a Person, the Unveilling of the Father, the Human Life of God, the Source of Authority, Liberty, Sovereignty, Service - 325 pages - Includes index. Email for more Info if Needed. Payment by Check, Money Order or Visa/MC, but only via Paypal. Available Now. Bookseller Inventory # 000840
Price: US$ 17.95

Anderson, Robert The Bible and Modern Criticism
Real Text Publishing Group, 2001 Perfect. First Edition Republished. The Bible and Modern Criticism by Sir Robert Anderson. Topics include: the purpose of the book, the martyrs, shallow criticism, credulity of the critics, are the Gospels inspired ? Origin of Higher Criticism, the Reformation and the Bible, Neglect of Scripture, How to meet the Critics, professors and book scholars, faith and morals, Robertson Smith's apostasy, history and aims of Higher Criticism, Harnack on the New Testament, the Divinity of Christ, the Method of Inspiration, Verbal Inspiration, dependent on Translations, the Revised Version of the New Testament, the creation story of Genesis, the Book of Daniel, historical errors ?, the true exegesis of the Gospels, amateur detectives, ignorance of the Higher Critics, the Issue at stake - Appendices: Isolated Texts & the Higher Critics, the Revised Version of the New Testament, the Genealogies of Our Lord; 280 pp. Also has Index. Invest in your own future. Email for more Info if Needed. Payment by Check, Money Order or Visa/MC, but only via Paypal. Available Now. Bookseller Inventory # 000870
Price: US$ 24.95

Wilson, Robert D A Scientific Investigation of the Old Testament
Real Text Publishing Trust, 2001 Perfect. New - Fine. First Edition Republished. Written by Robert D. Wilson, professor of Semitic Philology at Princeton University (Princeton Theological Seminary). Professor Wilson learned and knew more than 40 languages, most of them Ancient. This is one of the works cited in "Which Bible" by Otis Fuller. Those Interested in the work of Burgon or Riplinger or Harold Lindsell's work on the Battle for the Bible will find this of interest. Chapters include the Method of the Investigation, The Evidence of the Text, the Evidence of the Grammar, The Evidence of Vocabulary, the Evidence of History, and the Evidence of Religion. Index Included. Available Now. Bookseller Inventory # 000019
Price: US$ 17.95


Other Books on the KJV Issue

Answer Book (#3752) by Samuel Gipp. Answers the 62 questions most frequently asked by the cynics. Includes answers to false arguments about King James, Erasmus, the word "Easter" etc. PB 165pp. $6.95

Archaic Words and the Authorized Version (#4015) by Lawrence Vance. This work is as suitable for reading as it is valuable for reference. It provides a comprehensive examination of every word in the KJV of the Bible that have been deemed archaic, obsolete, antiquated, or otherwise outmoded. The result is both a fascinating and encyclopedic study of words - their meaning, derivation, usage, and significance. The thesis is that the AV is no more archaic than the daily newspaper. This book is extensively documented with over 5000 footnotes. 606pp. HB $21.95

Authorized King James Bible Defended (#3225) by Chester A. Murray. 164pp PB $4.95

Believing Bible Study (#4009) by Edward F. Hills. The theme of this book is God’s revelation of Himself in the physical world and in the Holy Scriptures. Hill opposes the neutral world-view and upholds the Textus Receptus. 258pp. PB $14.95

Bible, The: Its Sufficiency and Supremacy (#3305) by C. H. Mackintosh. 14pp BK 95¢

Bible Roots (#3210) by F. Doyle Herrin. Answers "Where did the Bible come from?" and "Which is the right Bible?" 101pp PB $8.95

Bible Translations TEST, The (#1030) by James H. Son. The work allows the reader to "put your translation to the test." Fifty questions and answers pinpoint vital differences of translations. 48pp. 8 ½ X 11 format. BK $4.95

Bible Version Manual (#4051) by Donald T. Clark. Addresses the topic of : Which English Bible is the most accurate translation of the manuscripts? 154pp. PB $13.95

Blind Guides (#5005) by G. A. Riplinger. This is Riplinger’s detailed and scholarly responses -- unanswerable by skeptics like Hunt, Could, White, Hanagraaff, House, Morey, Passantino and Minton. 64pp. BK $5.95

Brief History of English Bible Translations (#3284) by Laurence M. Vance. Traces the origin and development of English Bible translations from before the invention of printing to the present day. Provides a brief synopsis of all modern translations as well as an extended treatment of all essential and significant versions found throughout history. Includes an exhaustive appendix listing each translation by year and author. 127pp. PB $6.95

Brief Summary of the Causes of Corruption of the Traditional Text (#3097) by D. A. Waite. A Brief summary of Burgon's Causes of Corruption. 40pp BK $2.95

Brief Summary of Dean Burgon's Inspiration and Interpretation (#5) by D. A. Waite. A Brief summary of Burgon's Inspiration and Interpretation. 36pp BK $3.95

Brief Summary of Dean Burgon's Traditional Text of the Holy Gospels (#3112) by D. A. Waite. A Brief summary of Burgon's The Traditional Text. 36pp BK $2.95

Burial Barry’s 64 Questions, The (#3219) by Herb Evans. Answers 64 questions that were designed to entrap the Bible Believer. 37pp BK $2.95

Burgon's Warnings on Revision (#3115) by D. A. Waite. Never should the text of the KJV be changed. 90pp PB $6.95

Case for the King James Bible, A Summary of the Evidence and Argument (#3092) by D. A. Waite. A brief summary from three different books of the favorable evidence for the Hebrew and Greek texts that underlie the KJV. 96pp BK $6.95

Causes of Corruption of the New Testament Text (#8402) by Dean John Burgon. Fourteen different classes of corruption explained and exposed. 360pp. HB $14.95

Comparative Readability of the Authorized Version (#4933) by D. A. Waite, Jr. Detailed computer analysis comparing the readability of the KJV with the NKJV, NIV and others. Proves conclusively that the KJV is easier to read. 84pp BK (#4933) by D. A. Waite, Jr. Detailed computer analysis comparing the readability of the KJV with the NKJV, NIV and others. Proves conclusively that the KJV is easier to read. 84pp BK (#4933) by D. A. Waite, Jr. Detailed computer analysis comparing the readability of the KJV with the NKJV, NIV and others. Proves conclusively that the KJV is easier to read. 84pp BK (#4933) by D. A. Waite, Jr. Detailed computer analysis comparing the readability of the KJV with the NKJV, NIV and others. Proves conclusively that the KJV is easier to read. 84pp BK (#4933) by D. A. Waite, Jr. Detailed computer analysis comparing the readability of the KJV with the NKJV, NIV and others. Proves conclusively that the KJV is easier to read. 84pp BK (#4933) by D. A. Waite, Jr. Detailed computer analysis comparing the readability of the KJV with the NKJV, NIV and others. Proves conclusively that the KJV is easier to read. 84pp BK (#4933) by D. A. Waite, Jr. Detailed computer analysis comparing the readability of the KJV with the NKJV, NIV and others. Proves conclusively that the KJV is easier to read. 84pp BK (#4933) by D. A. Waite, Jr. Detailed computer analysis comparing the readability of the KJV with the NKJV, NIV and others. Proves conclusively that the KJV is easier to read. 84pp BK $4.95

Conies, Brass, & Easter: Answers to "Problem" Passages in the AUTHORIZED VERSION (#6961) by Jack A. Moorman. 34pp. NB Large $4.95

Could the NIV Be the True Word of God? (#4324) By Paul Heaton. This book uses a method of analysis perfected by J. J. Ray to see how the NIV attacks Jesus Christ, God, and a host of doctrinal subjects. 204pp. PB $7.95

Counterfeit or Genuine (#3858) by David Otis Fuller. A condensed and edited edition of Burgon’s unanswered and unanswerable masterpiece, The Last Twelve Verses of Mark. 230pp. $12.95

Creationist's Defense Of The King James Bible, A (#3320) by Henry M. Morris. 19pp. PT .69

Critique of James R. White’s Book "The King James Controversy" (#3226) by Thomas Holland. A short but thorough critique. 24pp BK $2.95

Crowned With Glory (#3992) by Dr. Thomas Holland. Crowned With Glory is an insightful look at the history of the traditional text and its impact on the crown jewel of English translations, the authorized version. Approaching the issue from a scriptural and scholarly perspective, Dr. Holland explores the science of textual criticism in light of Biblical preservation.291pp. $24.95

Dean John Burgon's Confidence in the King James Bible (#3096) by D. A. Waite. An answer to the lie of James White that Dean Burgon would not use ONLY the KJV. 36pp BK $2.95

Dean John Burgon's Vindication of the Last Twelve Verses of Mark (#3094) by D. A. Waite. A summary of Burgon's Last Twelve Verses of Mark. 36pp BK $2.95

Defending the King James Bible (#4004) by D.A. White. The author shows the KJV's four-fold superiority in its texts, translators, technique, and theology. Read the 12 rules the KJV translators used to make sure no one could impose his opinion upon the text. 306pp HB $12.95

Double Jeopardy: The New American Standard Bible Update (#3781) by Laurence Vance. A complete word-for-word comparison of the NASB and the NASB Update, this book provides an in-depth examination and critique of both versions. It aims to prove the blatant hypocrisy of those who maintain we should reject the King James Version because it has undergone "updates" since the original edition of 1611. It also demonstrates the folly of scholarship in promoting the NASB for years as the most accurate translation that is true to the "originals" when the Update changes it in thousands of places. The new corruptions to the word of God introduced by the Update are fully documented. The first part of the book contains the complete history behind the NASB and its various editions while the second contains sixty-six chapters offering a critical analysis of the NASB through each book of the Bible. The book also contains a preface, epilogue, three appendixes, footnotes, and bibliography. 320pp. PB $11.95

Eye Opener (#1808) by J. J. Ray. 8pp. PH 25¢

Final Authority (#4043) by William P. Grady. A scholarly, yet readable defense of the KJV that also addresses those issues rarely discussed by the critics. 392pp. $19.95

Foes of the King James Bible Refuted (#3091) by D. A. Waite. A refutation of six leading foes of the KJV. 158pp PB (#3091) by D. A. Waite. A refutation of six leading foes of the KJV. 158pp PB (#3091) by D. A. Waite. A refutation of six leading foes of the KJV. 158pp PB (#3091) by D. A. Waite. A refutation of six leading foes of the KJV. 158pp PB (#3091) by D. A. Waite. A refutation of six leading foes of the KJV. 158pp PB (#3091) by D. A. Waite. A refutation of six leading foes of the KJV. 158pp PB (#3091) by D. A. Waite. A refutation of six leading foes of the KJV. 158pp PB (#3091) by D. A. Waite. A refutation of six leading foes of the KJV. 158pp PB $8.95

Forbidden Book, The (#4800) Is the best-selling book of all time the word of God? it. During the dark ages, superstition and ignorance controlled the minds of the masses. A few brave men obeyed God and brought the Scriptures to the world. A moving and detailed account of the history of the Bible and the men who gave their lives to preserve. VIDEO 62 minutes, $19.95

Forever Settled: A survey of the documents and history of the Bible (#5569) complied by Jack Moorman. An excellent text book on the background of the current Bible battle. 300pp HB $19.95

Four Reasons for Defending the King James Bible (#3111) by D. A. Waite. A brief summary of the KJV's superior texts, translators, technique, and theology. 28pp BK $2.95

From the NASV to the KJV (#1283) by Frank Logsdon. 18pp. BK $1.95

Fundamentalist Mis-Information on Bible Versions (#3098) by D.A. Waite 135pp. $6.95

God Wrote Only One Bible (#3194)by J. J. Ray. An examination of the radical textual contamination in the modern versions through a system of charts which catalog omissions in 44 versions and Greek texts. 122pp. PB $6.95

Heresies of Westcott and Hort (#1220) by D. A. Waite. 125 direct quotations from three of Westcott's books and two of Hort's, showing apostasy in ten areas of theology. Proves they were not "conservative" theologians. 118pp. PB $6.95

History of the Debate Over I John 5:7-8 (#3141) by Michael Maynard. A power work. $29.95

Identity of the New Testament Text (#3228) by Wilber N. Pickering. This book is a classic text on textual criticism that demonstrates the superiority of the KJV text. This is a double-page layout reprint of the Nelson 253pp revised edition, second printing. NB $12.95

If the Foundations Be Destroyed: What Does the NIV have against Jesus? (#6967) by Chick Salliby. This book compares the KJV's presentation of Jesus Christ with that of the NIV. All 155 verse comparisons show that the KJV honors the Lord while the NIV dishonors Him. Non nit-picking, each verse comparison exposes vital doctrinal differences between the two versions. 101pp PB $5.95

In Defense of Erasmus (#6963) by John Cereghin. 27pp. NB Large $4.95

Indestructible Book: Story of the English Bible (#8533) A moving documentary on the history of the English Bible. Shot on location at historical sites in Britain. A must viewing! Two slipcased videocassettes, 120 minutes each. $44.95

Inspiration and Interpretation (#5567) by Dean John William Burgon. A refutation of Essays and Reviews followed by seven sermons on Biblical inspiration and interpretation. 610pp HB $24.95

The King James Bible Companion (#1810) by David W Daniels. 22pp BK .30

King James Unjustly Accused? (#4326) by S. A. Coston, One of the modern attacks on the Authorized Version is against the king which had a hand in bringing it to us. This new book exposes the lies, and those who told them. It presents the latest evidence supporting the godly character of King James. 392pp. Paperback. $14.95

King James Version Defended (#3282) by Edward Hills. The author, a graduate of Yale and Westminister Theological Seminary, with a Th.M. from Columbia Seminary and a Th.D. from Harvard, presents overwhelming evidence for the historical accuracy of the KJV. 280pp. PB $16.95

Language of the King James Bible, The (#8310) by G. A. Riplinger. The King James Bible Contains God's Built-in Dictionary. The author began this research upon learning of a prisoner's phenomenal leap in reading test scores after reading the King James Bible daily for a year. He jumped from a 5th-grade reading level, to 17th grade (post-graduate) level. How did reading one book, which some falsely claim is difficult, manage to help him, rather than frustrate him? The answer lies in the King James Bible's built-in dictionary. 180pp PB $9.95

Last Twelve Verses of Mark (#3088) by Dean John Burgon. A powerful and convincing vindication. 400pp PB $14.95

Let's Weigh the Evidence (#3291) by Barry Burton. Explains in plain language the difference between the KJV and the new translations. 95pp. PB $4.95

Men Behind The KJV (#6960) by Gustaus S. Paine. 212pp. This biographical work, long out of print, has been made available once again in a large (two pages side-by-side) "notebook" style. NB $11.95

Miracle of Inspiration (#3553) by Harry Bultema. Warm but courageous words about the authority and trustworthiness of the Scriptures. 96pp. PB $5.95

Modern Version Omissions of the New Testament (#3028) by Skip Spence .This book documents indisputable proof that many of the modern versions of the Bible omit words, phrases, and verses of the Scripture. 226pp. Paperback. $4.95

My Plea For the Old Sword (The English Authorized Version - KJV) (#4046) by Ian R. K. Paisley 111pp. PB $8.95

Myth of Early Revisions of the KJV of 1611 (#3211) by David F. Reagan. A rebuttal of the attacks on the KJV concerning the four early, so-called revisions. 24pp BK $1.95

New Age Bible Versions (#1839) by G. A. Riplinger. This book reveals the astonishing truth about the new Bible versions. The result of an exhaustive comparison of the new Bible versions; this distinguished scholar examines the manuscripts, critical editions, lexicons, and dictionaries behind the new versions, exposing their occult origins and contents. 690pp. PB $14.95

New Age Bible Versions INDEX (#1007) A companion subject index for G. A. Riplinger’s New Age Bible Versions. $3.95

New Athenians, The (#3030) by James H. Son. A look at the doctrine of preservation and the corruptions in the new versions. 226pp. Paperback. $9.95

The New Scofield Reference Bible: An Appraisal (#1559) by C. R. Stam. BK 95¢

Paraphrased Perversion of the Bible -- Analysis of the Living Version NT (#5566) by Gene Nowlin. A detailed analysis from a theological and translational standpoint of the Living Version New Testament. 344pp PB $8.95

Revised Standard Version of the Bible, The (#1554) by C. R. Stam. BK 95¢

Revision Revised (#5631) by John Burgon. The definitive book on manuscript evidence and translation techniques. $29.95

Scrivener's Annotated Greek New Testament by Frederick H. A. Scrivener. This is the exact Greek Textus Receptus that underlies the King James Bible. Scrivener has put in BOLD TYPE the changes (5,604 of them) that Westcott and Hort made and that were used in the English Revised Version of 1881. HB (#5884) $34.95; LB (#5885) $44.95

Sixty-Six Reasons for Keeping Our Protestant Bible by William DeJonge. The conflict of the ages is and has always been the battle over God’s word. 15pp. Booklet. $1.95

Testimony Founded For Ever, A: The KJV Defended in Faith and History (#3221) by James H. Sightler. An examination of the roots and influences of liberal textual criticism on modern versions. Contains a 50-page examination of the lives and doctrines of Westcott and Hort. 297pp PB $19.95

Textus Receptus Greek New Testament (#3090) The underlying text of the KJV published by the Trinitarian Bible Society (based on Beza's 5th edition of 1598). 487pp HB $14.95

Traditional Text of the Holy Gospels (#3089) by Dean John Burgon. Survey of the historical supremacy of the N. T. Greek text that has been preserved from the first century. 384pp HB 16.95

Translators to the Readers, The (#1021) Dr. Miles Smith. The translators of our Authorized Version defend their work against attacks of "Popish Persons" and "self-conceited brethren." A reprint from the 1611 edition. 31pp. Booklet. $1.95

True or False? (#3497) by David Otis Fuller. The Westcott-Hort Textual Theory Examined. Sequel to Which Bible? 317pp. PB $12.95

Understandable History of the Bible, An (#3945) by Samuel Gipp. The history of the Bible and its manuscript evidence written in a clear and understandable manner. Revised and enlarged edition. 476pp. PB $19.95

Westcott & Hort's Greek Text & Theory Refuted (#3113) by D. A. Waite. A Summary of Dean Burgon's Revision Revised. 36pp BK $2.95

Westcott's Denial of Christ's Bodily Resurrection (#3114) by D. A. Waite. An analysis of two of Westcott's books on the resurrection of Christ showing clearly his denial of Christ's bodily resurrection. Shows that he also denies Christ's bodily ascension and bodily second coming. 56pp BK $3.95

What About Those Italicized Words? (#3214) by Paul E. Heaton Reinforces your confidence in the God’s Word, italicized words and all. 33pp BK $2.95

Which Bible? (#3558) by David Otis Fuller. This is the classic defense of the KJV which led Dr. Frank Logsdon, who had set forth the guidelines for the NASV, to renounce his own NASV and all new versions. 317pp. PB $12.95

Which Bible is God’s Word? (#3009) by G. A. Riplinger. Answers these and many other common questions concerning Bible versions: How do the NIV and NASB support New Age philosophy? What about the NKJV, KJ21, and others which say they merely update the KJV? Where was the Bible before the KJV 1611? What errors are the KJV critics making? 124pp. PB (#3009) by G. A. Riplinger. Answers these and many other common questions concerning Bible versions: How do the NIV and NASB support New Age philosophy? What about the NKJV, KJ21, and others which say they merely update the KJV? Where was the Bible before the KJV 1611? What errors are the KJV critics making? 124pp. PB $8.95

Which Version is the Bible? (#1149) by Floyd Nolen Jones. This may be the clearest defense of the KJV in print! This is a must read! "Did you know that the Greek New Testament text historically used down through the centuries by the believing Church has been cast aside and replaced by a radically different Greek text? Nearly everyone has the impression that the difference in wording between modern translations and the 1611 King James Bible, as well as the other older English versions, is mainly due to synonym choices and language changes. Such is not the situation. The outrageous reason is that almost all translations since 1881 have been made from a drastically different Greek text than was used to prepare the older versions. The traditional Greek text has been replaced! Yet 90-95% of all the extant Greek New Testament manuscripts agree with each other and the traditional text as well as the old versions, but they do not agree with the extremely few upon which the new Greek text is based. The reason for this dismaying development is that modern textual critics have been seduced into accepting a theory whereby this "minority" text is said to contain older readings than those found in the vast majority. Being Supposed older, the "minority" is deemed superior. This expose' documents that such is not true and that the traditional majority Greek readings are the preserved original biblical text. Moreover, state of the art technology enabling the user to differentiate between twenty separate thin layers of a single papyrus sheet has allowed recent papyrology studies to take this time honored text back to around 66 AD -- the time of Christ's Apostles and nearly 300 years older than the manuscripts underlying the minority text! (#1149) 281pp. PB $16.95

Why I Believe the Old King James Bible (#3563) by Bruce Lackey. 105pp. $4.95

Why Not The KJB?: An Answer to James White (#6962) by Kirk D. Divietro. 79pp. NB Large $9.95

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Translators Revived by Alexander McClure. Written in 1852, this work deals with the lives of the men who were chosen to the committee that translated the King James Version. An absolute must for those who want to honestly investigate the lineage and nature of the KJV. HB (#3827) Out-Of-Print ; PB (#3903) $14.95 True or False? (#3497) by David Otis Fuller. The Westcott-Hort Textual Theory Examined. Sequel to Which Bible? 317pp. PB $12.95
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