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Books on the Bible Version Issues

Defense of the Christian Revelation: on Two Very Important Points as Contained in One Treatise, A (#1725) by Lyttleton / West. Observations on the History and Evidences of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ by – Gilbert West (1703–1756) Observations on the Conversion and Apostleship of Paul by – George Lyttelton (1709–1773) 252 page PB $19.95

I Will Have One Doctrine and One Discipline: The Influence of Religion and Politics on the King James Bible (#6230) by Ross Purdy. A brief but insightful overview of the history surrounding the publication of the King James Version of 1611. ISBN: 9781934251089 -- 148pp. PB $14.95

King James Version, The: 400 Years of Bondage – 1611-2011 (#4682) by Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr. 1611 was not a high spiritual mark in the history of the church, the Body of Christ. Instead of being a grand year of the pinnacle of preservation or perfection of God’s Word, it was rather the sad depths of the subtle corrupting of God’s Word by the historic union of governmental and ecclesiastical politics. 76 page PB $9.95
The Last Twelve Verses of the Gospel According to St. Mark (#2480) Dean John William Burgon (1813-1888). Dean Burgon settles the question of the inclusion of Mark 16:9-20 once and for all, demonstrating that the methodology of modern textual criticism fails to hold up when examined against the last twelve verses of Mark. Beginning with external evidence, he examines hundreds of cursive and uncial Greek manuscripts which date at least from the fourth century, ten early Bible versions which date from the second to the sixth centuries, the individual writings of 19 “early Church Fathers” from all over the then-known world who wrote between the early second to the mid sixth centuries, and all known copies of the venerable Lectionary of the East. Then he turns to the internal evidence, or the writing style of St. Mark himself, and compares the verses in question to Mark's remaining Gospel, with particular attention given to the parallelism found in the first twelve verses of chapter 1. Facsimile Paperback. 352 Pages. $19.95
Plowboy’s Bible, The : God’s Word for Common Man (#4425) by Clyde L. Pilkington, Jr. Shocking conclusions from the man that brought you The King James Bible Song. This book represents years of study and a significant change in understanding. Raised on and trained in a “King James Only” position, most of the author’s teaching ministry was centered on the defense of the KJV. He had early associations with major proponents of this position and their followers. He actively taught classes and seminars on the subject of Bible versions. For many years he distributed thousands of books from a collection of over 100 different titles in support of the KJV position. Here he shares what he has come to see that has caused him to completely abandon his former position. 254pp PB $19.95
Proponents for a Literal Translation of the New Testament (#1629) Dr. Frank Neil Pohorlak (1907-1988). Contents: Preface Examining Chaplain F. W. Farrar; Comparative Study of the RSV (Oswald T. Allis and others); From Thomas Hobbes to Bratcher and Nida; More Proponents for the Ideal Bible Translation. (fc) Paperback. 54 pages. $6.95
What About the Concordant Literal New Testament? (#1628) Dr. Frank Neil Pohorlak (1907-1988). “God’s Word is mankind’s most precious possession.” Thus begins the explanatory introduction to the Concordant Literal New Testament. It will be helpful to use in introducing the Version to others as well as providing a valuable guide for approaching the vast treasures of God’s Word. Facsimile. Paperback. 32 pages. $4.95

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