Saturday, February 20, 2010

On It's Own Merit.

Tom's Journal.

I thought this article and author had enough merit and evidence so as to be re-posted in my humble Blog. I will be testing my own beloved NASB, but I always have my KJV close at hand. What he says makes sense about the NIV. But I still maintain that young people now days DON'T HONESTLY KNOW THEIR ENGLISH ENOUGH TO UNDERSTAND "KING'S ENGLISH" FROM SHAKESPEARE'S TIME IN 1610- 1611. I am sorry to say that many Americans are functionally 'illiterate' EVEN THOUGH THE BIBLE-- GOD'S WORD IS WRITTEN IN 4TH TO 5TH GRADE ENGLISH, they still can't handle it !! Shame... Pity... The Army thinks this is so important that they make English classes available to it's soldiers... at least when I was in--late 60's to 1970.

Tom Schuckman

We have so much to share with verse differences in all the modern Bibles, but when we came across Virginia Ramey Mollenkott, and her influence on the NIV, we had to release an article we found.

This is extremely long, but very informative and I urge you to read it. Again each of us must make our own decisions, but as for me personally I am throwing all the NIVs I own into the trash. I will keep one in order to show the errors and dangerous teachings within it.

This article will show verses related to Virginia Ramey Mollenkott agenda. Later I will discuss other issues that will confuse most new Christians beyond belief.

One note, before we started this project I personally read from the NASB, this will no longer be the case. From what we have found, I will have a KJV ( not a NKJV ) by my side for now on. More on this later.

I urge each one of you as you read any of these articles we post in regards to scriptures to have your Bibles in hand in order to verify, validate or refute anything that is stated.

Revelation 22:18-21 KJV (18) For I testify unto every man that heareth the words of the prophecy of this book, If any man shall add unto these things, God shall add unto him the plagues that are written in this book: (19) And if any man shall take away from the words of the book of this prophecy, God shall take away his part out of the book of life, and out of the holy city, and from the things which are written in this book. (20) He which testifieth these things saith, Surely I come quickly. Amen. Even so, come, Lord Jesus. (21) The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with you all. Amen.


Mr. Hernandez

The NIV; Keep or Burn it?

You decide Part 1

NIV, of God or of the Devil?

This is a long Article, But worth it!

Verse Comparison in second half of article!

As of late, our team here at the Chronicle Watch has been researching the different Bible versions that exists on the market today. We have been buying and comparing multiple copies of different versions verses by verse. As we find the differences, we take note then dive down into the Greek and Hebrew meaning of the words in order to understand the differences of translation.

In addition to the changes that we find, we have also been encountering section of verses stripped completely out of certain Bibles ( more on this later ).

One issue we will be sharing with you shortly is about is a Professor named Virginia Ramey Mollenkott who has advocated for LGBT rights and Christian feminism. In addition, she has also contributed major studies on the feminine imagery for God in the Bible, and is in support of gender inclusive language for the scriptures.

With that being said, Virginia Ramey Mollenkott also served as a stylistic consultant for the New International Version of the Bible and is an active member of the Evangelical and Ecumenical Women’s Caucus and Christian Lesbians OUT.

What we would like to share with you now is some interesting information we came across by an author by the name of Carl Graham.

Before you start, make sure you have a copy of your Bible in hand in order to cross reference everything you come across in any of the articles we post in regards to the scriptures.

Click here to read the entire article...

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1 comment:

Rev. Hagee said...


Your blog was shared with me by a close parishioner friend whom I have known for 20 years. As a world-known minister of the Gospel, I would like to publicly state that I respect your wisdom and dedication to what matters most.