New World Order Bible Versions (Full Movie)

New World Order Bible Versions (Full Movie)

I believe the devil wants
to take over the church. I believe the devil wants to
take over this church… …one person at a time. -We have before us the opportunity
to forge for ourselves and for future generations a
new world order. -Close your window. Go back inside your house. -Go back inside right now!
-I am inside. -We have a real chance at
this new world order,… …an order in which a credible
United Nations… -…rubber bullets, tasers… -…can use its peacekeeping role
to fulfill the promise and vision… …of the U.N.’s founders. -After 1989 President Bush said – and
it’s a phrase that I often used myself – that we needed a
new world order. And instead it looks like we
got a lot of disorder. -It’s been a long time coming. Because of what we did on this day
at this defining moment change has come to America. -President Obama and British
Prime Minister Gordon today calling for a new world order
to tackle our global economic crisis. -The affirmative task we have now
is to actually create a new world order. -Its task will be to develop an
overall strategy for America in this period when, really, a
new world order can be created. It’s a great opportunity. -You talked about the New World
Order defined as you have as being luciferian.
-Yes. -How do you know that? -My investigations led me to look at
the back of the American dollar. And I found these strange seals on
the dollar here. They’re Illuminati seals which was a secret
society set up in 1776 by a man called Adam Weisshaupt. And on the back of the dollar
here you see the seal on the left-hand side and there’s an eye
in the triangle. It’s the eye of Horus in Egyptian mythology, now called
the eye of Lucifer or Satan. The two words at the top,
“ANNUIT COEPTIS”, stand for “Announcing the birth of”, and down at the bottom,
“NOVUS ORDO SECLORUM”. -And that great seal of the
United States has on it “NOVUS ORDO SECLORUM”: A New Order. -And people should be asking the
question, “What is an Egyptian pyramid doing on the back
of an American dollar? What link-up is there between
America and Egypt?” The answer is: none at all except
in the field of the occult. And thus we see we’re dealing
with a luciferian plan and people need to recognize the god of
Freemasonry will lead the world into this peculiar and particular
purpose for which America was set up, which is to lead the
whole world system into a one world government,
a one world religion, a one world law system, and
a one world money system that the Bible calls the
mark of the beast. -…and basically what we know for a fact, that there’s going to be a
changeover from the old order to a new order, a rule
by Satan himself. That’s what that symbol refers to and that’s what the
New World Order refers to. In the King James, 2 Corinthians 5:17
says, “Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature: old
things are passed away; behold all things are become new.” Notice
how the New English Bible renders this verse. It says,
“The old order is gone and a new order has begun.” They’re
using the same language. The King James says, “Which stood
only in meats and drinks, and divers washings, and carnal ordinances,
imposed on them until the time of reformation”, talking about
Christ’s coming. But notice the NIV calls it, “until the time of
the new order.” They’re preparing people. Now I want you to notice
this. In Isaiah 28:16 in the King James the Bible says, “Therefore
thus saith the Lord GOD, Behold I lay in Zion for a foundation a stone, a
tried stone, a precious corner stone, a sure foundation”. This is referring
to Jesus, right? And I want you to notice that in the King James
they’re telling you that Jesus is the corner stone of the foundation.
Now where’s the foundation in relation to a building,
on the top or the bottom? It’s on the bottom, isn’t it? OK? So when they say that Jesus is the
corner stone of the foundation, that’s down here, right? “Unto you therefore which believe he is
precious:” – this is the King James – “but unto them which be disobedient,
the stone which the builders disallowed, the same is made the head of
the corner,” again on the foundation. Notice that the NIV
calls him the capstone. They’re saying that that symbol
that you see represents Christ. It doesn’t; it represents who?
Antichrist. -I pray that you will stay, however,
my friends, with this great book, the Word of God. This, truly, is
what we need to turn to. The time is short. A great falling
away from the truth: It’s happening; it’s right here now. -My name’s Steven Anderson,
pastor of Faithful Word Baptist Church in Tempe, Arizona. Our church
is King James only; a lot of people don’t understand why. But
the purpose of this film is to show the dramatic difference
between the King James Bible and all the other versions. -My name is Roger Jimenez.
I’m the pastor of Verity Baptist Church in Sacramento, California, and the
reason I’m excited to be a part of this film is because the Word
of God is under attack today and we need to take a stand for
the Bible so that we can engage him in spiritual warfare. -My name is Dennis McCain. I’m the
pastor at Northside Baptist Church in Modesto, California. I’ve been
pastoring here for sixteen years and I’ve been in the ministry as a
missionary church planter for almost forty years. -Now, there’s an agenda today and
it’s a satanic agenda to change the Bible. A lot of people just think,
“Well, the King James Bible is a great translation; it’s very poetic.
And these other versions are inferior. Maybe they’re not as well
translated.” But I’m here to tell you it goes much deeper than that.
These new versions are actually Satan’s attempt at corrupting the Word
of God. I’m going to show you that these changes are not just
accidental. They’re not just minor, inconsequential changes. I mean
these changes are strategic changes. They are calculated to attack specific
doctrines that the Bible teaches. The Bible tells us in Ephesians 6:12,
“For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against
principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness
of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.” There
are people who have many millions and even billions of dollars
who have an agenda to put out corrupted Bibles and then promote
them through advertizing, promote them through retail stores
that will put them front and center and that will show people, “This is the
Bible you ought to be reading. Get rid of the King James Bible. Get the newer,
better, improved version.” Now, I did some research on what the
most popular versions are today. This is the most current list. I
checked this with a bunch of different sources and they all came up with the
same five Bibles. The number one Bible today is not the King James
Bible. It’s the New International Version: the NIV. Number two is the
King James Bible. Number three, the New Living Translation. Number four,
the New King James, and number five, the English Standard Version or
the ESV. Different lists I looked at had those in a slightly different
order, but they all had those five. -Most people don’t realize that there
are hundreds of translations, and obviously we don’t have the time to
go through each and every one of them. -It would make a lot more sense to
just focus on the four corruptions that are the most popular. The NIV is
missing sixteen entire verses from the new testament. I mean just
right out of the gate, before we talk about all the thousands of changes,
just sixteen verses are completely missing. Matthew 17:21 – gone. Matthew
18:11 – gone. Acts 8:37 – that verse is gone from the NIV, gone from the ESV,
gone from the New Living Translation… -Completely gone! Acts 8:36, King James Bible:
“And as they went on their way, they came unto a certain water: and the
eunuch said, See, here is water; what doth hinder me to be baptized?
And Philip” – that’s the soul winner – “said, If thou believest with all
thine heart, thou mayest.” So, the eunich – that’s the sinner –
says, “What’s hindering me, what’s stopping me from getting
baptized?” Philip, the soul winner, says, “If thou believest with all thine
heart, thou mayest. And he” – the eunich – “answered and
said, I believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God.” What just happened
to the eunich? He got saved. Why? If we confess with our mouth
the Lord Jesus and believe in our heart that God has raised him from
the dead, thou shalt be saved. He believed in his heart. He confessed
with his mouth. He got saved. So what’d they do?
Verse 38: “And he commanded the chariot to stand
still: and they went down both into the water, both Philip and the eunich;
and he baptized him.” So verse 36: What’s stopping
me from getting baptized? Verse 37: As long as you believe you
can get baptized. He confessed with his mouth,
believes in his heart; verse 38: they baptize him.
Amen. What does the New International
Version say? “As they traveled along the road, they
came to some water and the eunich said, ‘Look, here is water. What can stand in
the way of my being baptized?’ And he gave orders to stop the chariot.
Then both Philip and the eunich went down into the water and Philip baptized
him.” Now did you just catch what happened? What was missing? I don’t know if you noticed. The
entire verse 37 was missing. So according to the New International
Version, they’re going down the road. He says, “What’s stopping
me from getting baptized?” According to the NIV, nothing!
Let’s just baptize you. What’s missing?
Believe on Jesus Christ! What’s missing?
The gospel. What’s missing? Why are these
Bibles attacking Jesus Christ? It doesn’t make any sense to me. But it would make sense if you
realize that Satan’s behind it. -But not only have they removed sixteen
entire verses from the NIV, they also put notes on 27 other verses,
saying these verses were probably not in the original, again causing
you to doubt God’s Word. Verses like Mark 16:15. “Go ye into all
the world, and preach the gospel to every creature.” Verses like “Father,
forgive them; for they know not what they do.” They havn’t removed these
verses, but they’ve put a note next to it that renders it in the reader’s
mind null and void, saying, “Well, these probably weren’t in the original
anyway. This doesn’t really have any authority anyway.” We believe that
Jesus Christ was God in the flesh. This is something that these modern
versions constantly change and attack. Let me give you some examples.
1 John 5:7; “For there are three that bear record in heaven, the Father,
the Word, and the Holy Ghost: and these three are one.” That’s where
we get the word “trinity”. Three in one. “These three are one.” The NIV, on the other hand, just says,
“For there are three that testify”. Doesn’t mention the Father, doesn’t
mention the Word, doesn’t mention the Holy Ghost, and does not mention
that the three are one. Look what they’ve done with 1 Timothy
3:16. The Bible reads, “And without controversy great is the mystery of
godliness:” – watch this – “God was manifest in the flesh, justified in the
Spirit, seen of angels, preached unto the Gentiles, believed on in the world,
received up into glory.” It was God that was believed on in the
world, it was God that was received up into glory, it was God who was made
flesh and dwelt among us, and the Bible is crystal clear in 1 Timothy
3:16 that Jesus Christ is God. -In 1 Timothy 3:16, it’s an important
passage because I would often read the footnotes in the New American
Standard that I had in seminary and later on in the NIV, and other
passages, and they would say in the footnotes, or they would say in
their commentaries, or those teaching from the NIV or the New American
Standard, they’d say that there isn’t any difference in theology.
It doesn’t affect any doctrinal perspectives. But obviously there’s a
difference between “hos” and “Theós”. If you take as “he who was, ‘hos’ “,
instead of “Theós”, instead of it being God, it obviously weakens the
text because you have to assume that Christ is God, or made manifest.
But in “Theós”, there’s no wondering about what the text says. It’s God
who was manifest in the flesh, and that’s got to be the person of Christ,
and that certainly influences people’s thinking on the deity of the Lord Jesus.
-Right. -Another great proof of the fact that
Jesus Christ is God is Hebrews 1:8. “But unto the Son he saith, Thy throne,
O God, is for ever and ever”. So what is the Bible
calling the Son there? It’s calling him God. It says, “unto the
Son…Thy throne, O God, is for ever and ever”. Listen to the NIV. “But about the Son he says”… -Recently I was talking to a Jehovah’s
Witness in the train station – I went to pick my wife up. And the Jehovah’s
Witness started to read to me out of a devotional book she had but I saw
her New World Translation. So I said, “Well, is the New World
Translation from the Greek?” She said, “It’s from the Westcott and
Hort Greek New Testament.” I said, “Is it accurate?” She said, “Of course.” I said, “Have you had Greek?”
She said, “No.” I said, “What would you do if Jehovah
himself spoke to Jesus and called him God?”
“That never happened.” So I quoted for her Hebrews 1:8.
“Unto the Son he saith, Thy trone, O God, is for ever and ever”. She became so excited and so upset she
took her bags and rolled out the door and I followed her out the door talking
to her. But when I read it from the New World Translation later, it
completely has been changed: -Whereas in the King James, you can’t
misunderstand it. But not only that, but they attack Christ’s virgin birth.
Go to Luke 2:33. The Bible says, “And Joseph and his
mother marvelled at those things which were spoken of him.” The NIV, on the other hand, and the
ESV, and the New Living Translation say, “The child’s father and mother
marveled at what was said about him.” So right there we see that the NIV and
these other modern versions are calling Joseph the father of Jesus Christ,
something that the King James Bible is careful to never do. -Was Joseph the father of Jesus Christ?
No he was not. He was the stepfather of Jesus Christ.
I’ll give you that. But he was not the
father of Jesus Christ. -In fact, later in this same chapter,
Mary refers to Joseph as Jesus’ father and he corrects her immediatly. It says,
“when they saw him they were amazed: and his mother said unto him, Son, why
hast thou thus dealt with us? behold, thy father and I
have sought thee sorrowing.” So didn’t she just refer to Joseph as
Jesus’ father? Watch how he immediatly corrects her.
“And he said unto them, How is it that ye sought me?
wist ye not that I must be about my Father’s business?”
He’s saying, “Look, I’m about my Father’s business when I’m preaching
the Word of God because Joseph is not my father.
God the Father is my Father.” People who believe the NIV, they’re
so blinded, I’ve actually had them show me this and say,
“See? This is the Bible calling Joseph Jesus’ father.”
No, that’s Mary calling Joseph Jesus’ father and she’s immediatly
rebuked and somebody needs to rebuke the NIV. Somebody needs to
correct the New Living Translation. Somebody needs to rebuke the ESV and
say, “Wait a minute. You’re wrong. That is not Jesus’ father.
Jesus’ Father is God the Father.” You say, “Well, they’re just a little
easier to understand. Well, the changes don’t really affect doctrine.” These are some pretty important
doctrines, aren’t they? The deity of Christ, the virgin birth. Not only that; they attack his eternal
pre-existance. See, Jesus Christ did not come into being in Bethlehem’s manger.
Jesus Christ did not come into being in the womb of Mary. But rather, Jesus
Christ has always existed and always will exist. He is the first and the
last, he is the Alpha and Omega, he is the beginning and the ending,
and that’s crucial to his deity. If he’s a created being,
he can’t be God. The Bible says in Micah 5:2,
“But thou, Bethlehem Ephratah, though thou be little among the
thousands of Judah, yet out of thee shall he come forth unto me that
is to be ruler in Israel; whose goings forth have been from of old,”
– watch this – “from everlasting.” So here in Micah 5:2, the Bible tells us
that Jesus Christ is “from everlasting.” Those are two very powerful words
because they speak to the eternal pre-existance of Jesus Christ. He had
no beginning. He is not a created being. He was God in the flesh. He was in the
beginning with God and he was God.
[John 1:1] Now, “everlasting” means it goes on
forever; it lasts forever. So “from everlasting” would be something
that comes from the eternal past or something that comes from the
infinite past, something that has always existed. Listen to the NIV: “But you, Bethlehem Ephrathah, though
you are small among the clans of Judah, out of you will come for me one who will
be ruler over Israel, whose origins are from of old, from ancient times.” Now, what’s an origin? That’s when something
starts to exist, isn’t it? When something originates, that’s
when it starts to exist. Look, did Jesus start
to exist at some point? No, he’s from everlasting
in the King James Bible. But according to the
NIV, he had an origin. If Jesus Christ had an origin, then
he’s not God, because God was and is and is to come.
[Revelation 4:8] God has always existed. God is not a created being. But this is where the NIV really just
delivers the coup de grâce: -Isaiah 14:12 says this:
“How art thou fallen from heaven, O Lucifer”… -Only one place in the entire Bible do
you find the word “Lucifer”. Once. Here we actually put a name on Satan,
calling him Lucifer, and if we were to walk down the street
and just ask people, “Who is Lucifer? What is Lucifer?” they’d all say,
“It’s Satan; it’s the devil.” Do you know who Lucifer is? -An angel that was cast
down from heaven, Satan. -Satan. -That’s Satan. -That’s the devil. -The devil. -He’s Satan. -Satan. -Satan. -The devil. -The devil. -The devil. -Alright, who’s Lucifer? -The devil. -It’s an easy question; I know.
That’s perfect. -Satan. Yeah. -The only way you and I know
that Satan’s name is Lucifer is because of Isaiah 14:12. “How art thou fallen from heaven, O
Lucifer,” – now I want you to notice it gives us his name and it gives us his
title – “O Lucifer, son of the morning!” So what’s the title of Lucifer?
“Son of the morning”, right? Revelation chapter 22, verse 16;
the King James Version says this: “I Jesus have sent mine angel to testify
unto you these things in the churches. I am” – this is Jesus speaking – “I am
the root and the offspring of David,” – this is Jesus speaking – “and the
bright and morning star.” Do you see that? What did Jesus call himself?
The morning star. That’s his title. -So both the King James and the
NIV in Revelation 22:16 state that Jesus Christ is the morning star. -What does the NIV call Lucifer falling
down from heaven? -“How you have fallen from heaven,
morning star, son of the dawn!” So instead of Lucifer being cast out of
heaven in Isaiah 14:12, in the NIV you have Jesus being cast out of heaven. Now look, the Bible has told us that
Lucifer or Satan was cast out of heaven for wanting to be like the most
high, wanting to be like God. Look, the NIV, after attacking Christ’s
deity, after attacking his pre-existance, after attacking the fact
that he was born of a virgin, that he had no beginning, that he had no
ending, that he was God in the flesh, it’s now accusing him of wanting to be
like the most high. He is the most high! -According to your NIV, Jesus
fell from heaven and not Lucifer! -The people who are behind these
versions are of Satan. Satan wanted to corrupt the Word
in the garden of Eden and we are not ignorant of his devices.
[2 Corinthians 2:11] See, the Word of God has great power. The Bible reads in Hebrews 4:12,
“For the word of God is quick, and powerful, and sharper than any
twoedged sword, piercing even to the dividing asunder of soul and spirit,
and of the joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts
and intents of the heart.” The devil knows that if he can disarm
us as Christians, he can defeat us. -The goal is and always has been to
disarm us of our weapon. Look at history. When evil men want to
conquer a group of people, you know what precedes the conquering? They
disarm those people of their weapons. See, the government tries to tell you,
“We want to remove your weapons because we’re going to protect you.” You know, if someone wants to take your
weapon away, they’re not trying to protect you; they’re trying to make sure
that when they come after you, you can’t fight back. In 1929 the Soviet Union established
gun control. Between 1929 and 1953 20 million political
dissidents were killed. In 1935 Germany established gun control,
began to disarm its people. Between 1933 and 1945, 13 million
Jews and others were killed. In 1935 China established gun control
and began to disarm its people. Between 1948 and 1952, 20 million political dissidents
in China were killed. In 1970 Uganda established gun control,
began to disarm its people. Between 1971 and 1979 – catch this –
300,000 Christians were killed. In 1956 Cambodia established gun control
and began to disarm its people. Between 1975 and 1977,
1 million Cambodians were killed. You’ve got to understand this: the enemy
is constantly trying to take your weapon away, not to defend you, but
so that you cannot defend yourself. -Evil dictators have always disarmed the
population to make them defensless, to make them slaves. Governments know
that if they can disarm the people, they’ll be defenseless
against their tyranny. -Say what? Is there an attack on the
Word of God today? Of course there is. Because if Satan
can disarm you from the one thing you’ve got to hurt him, from the one thing
you’ve got to engage him in battle, if he can disarm you
then it’s easy pickings. -The devil would love nothing more than
to take the twoedged sword of the King James Bible out of our hand
and replace it with a butter knife called the NIV, replace it a butter knife
called the ESV, replace it with a butter knife
called the New King James. He doesn’t want us to be armed. He
doesn’t want us to be able to do battle with the rulers of the
darkness of this world. 2 Thessalonians 2 reads in verse 3,
“Let no man deceive you by any means: for that day shall not come,
except there come a falling away first, and that man of sin be revealed,
the son of perdition”. So the Bible tells us that… -Before the antichrist can come, before
the one world government can come, before the New World Order can come,
there has to come a falling away first. What is falling away?
Apostasy. -And I believe that these modern Bible
versions are key to the devil’s plan for a one world religion, a one world
government, a New World Order. The Bible tells us that before Christ’s
second coming there will be a great falling away, the “apostasía”. The
great falling away before Christ’s second coming will be as a result of
these false, lying, modern Bible versions that are twisting
and changing God’s Word and changing the doctrines of Christ. -I mean they’re putting mistakes in our
Bible, and then people are doubting the Bible, they’re doubting God,
they’re believing in evolution, they’re believing all these things. All
it’s doing, it’s promoting a one world government. Why? Because
it’s promoting a falling away. -And what’s interesting is that people
often, when they refer to the one world government, or the one world religion
that’s coming, they often refer to it as the New World Order. Right?
Who’s heard that term before: the “New World Order”? -It is a big idea, a new world order. -They would rush into the home
in an armored line, guns at the ready. -It is a new world order… -We’ve got to give them a stake in
creating the kind of world order that I think all of us
would like to see. -Are you optimistic a global system can
happen, from what we’ve heard so far? -If it could happen, and in fact, it’s
in the works… -The people that are behind this treaty
want that world government and in their minds
this is a step toward it. -You mean controlling ammo, controlling
the amount that’s available, eventually controlling the market? -Eventually controlling all of us. -Here’s what’s interesting. Did you know
that the NIV uses the term “new order” about the coming of Christ? In the King James Bible, Hebrews 9:10
says, “Which stood only in meats and drinks, and divers washings, and carnal
ordinances, imposed on them until the time of reformation.” Now that’s talking about something that
already happened in the past, right? -The time of reformation is a reference
to the coming of Jesus Christ. Now you’ve got to understand this. That
is a reference to the first coming of Jesus Christ. We no longer do the meats,
the drinks, the divers washings, the carnal ordinances. We no longer do any
of that. Why? Because the time of reformation came.
The Lord Jesus Christ came. -Listen to the NIV: “external
regulations applying until the time of the new order.” And then if you read
verse 11 in the NIV, it makes it sound as if that’s something that’s still
coming in the future. The new order was not just the first
coming of Christ, but that the second coming of Christ is what’s
refered to by the new order. The Good News Translation
comes right out and says it: “These are all outward rules, which
apply only until the time when God will establish the new order.” The New English Translation also calls
it the new order. The Common English Bible also calls it
the new order. The best-selling Bible in America today calls the coming of Christ
the new order. -Guess what. There is coming an
antichrist and when he comes it will be the time of the new order. But that’s not what
Hebrews is talking about. -There’s a lot in these new Bibles that
tamper with end times Bible prophecy in order to prepare people to accept the
antichrist, in order to prepare people to be sucked into this New World Order,
in order to prepare people to be deceived by this global government, one
world religion, one world system of the antichrist, and to receive the
mark of the beast. -Say, “Pastor Jimenez, you’re going
on these conspiracies. You believe in the New World Order?” -You think it’s crazy to think that
there are bankers and people out there trying to bring in a
one world government? I don’t know if you’ve ever read the
book of Revelation, but the Bible tells us that the antichrist is going to bring
in a one world government. The Bible tells us that the antichrist
is going to bring a one world religion. I don’t think it’s that far fetched
that people are saying, “Oh, the bankers are
bringing in a new world order with a one world government.” Now they may think – you know these
conspiracy theory guys – they may think, “Oh, it’s just the bankers;
it’s just this.” But we know in the Bible
that the antichrist is bringing in that same thing. That’s what the Bible says. From the garden of Eden there’s been
an attack on the Word of God. Even before the Bible was completely
written down, there was an attack on the Word of God, and
you think it’s different today? It’s not. You’ve got to understand this. Today
the Word of God is under attack. The modern Bible versions are clearly
different than the King James Bible and you’ve got to ask yourself
this question: why? In order to understand the difference
you need to understand the history of the English Bible. Turns out there’s a Bible museum right
here in Phoenix that has one of the largest collections of rare English
Bibles in the world, and the museum director Joel Lampe is going to let us
actually look into these rare first editions of the Bibles leading up to the
King James and the King James itself. He’s going to explain to us the history
of our King James Bible. He’s going to take us all the way from
Erasmus’ Greek New Testament, the original Textus Receptus, and he’s going to take us through the
history of all these English Bibles all the way up to the King James Version. So let’s start with Erasmus. -What you see here on the table, pastor,
is, in a nutshell, the history of the King James Bible. Now remember this King James Bible was
printed in 1611 and there’s a common misconception out there
that it was the first English. Well, it wasn’t. There were numerous
other English examples before the 1611 and what you see here starts with the
original Greek, as you just said, Textus Receptus, done by
Erasmus of Rotterdam. This literally changed everything from
what we know today in church history as well as in just secular history. It’s called the 1516 Erasmus of
Rotterdam’s Greek/Latin New Testament. Well, let’s just call
Erasmus what he is: the smartest man that ever lived,
non-deity factor. Jesus of course was the smartest man that ever lived.
Solomon’s up there as well, but even today we consider Erasmus the smartest.
Whether it’s in sciences, theology, philosophy, he was just that smart. -And this is the original Textus
Receptus right here? -The original Textus Receptus. -Wow. -Please take a look at it. Generally considered the most important
book that was ever printed. And this is the book that
launches the reformation. Even as an atheist, you acknowledge this
is the most important book ever printed. The Renaissance was launced from this.
The truth comes from this book. And so we see just how imperative this
book is, but what it also did was cause an enormity of problems.
And what do I mean by that? Well, the money stopped flowing to Rome.
There’s a building under construction. There’s a very famous interior designer
down there that was hired to decorate it. Of course I’m talking about
the Vatican, Michaelangelo, the Sistine Chapel. That money stopped
flowing. The church started putting bounties on people’s heads, saying, “You
can’t teach this. This isn’t what we consider accurate”, even though Erasmus
said, “We’ve kind of got a problem here. It does say ‘metánoia’, not ‘pay a
fine’, so we’re going to have to address this theological issue.” But the
protestant movement was birthed from this book. And what does the
protestant movement actually mean? To protest. -In this edition that you’re showing me,
Erasmus has put the original Greek next to the church’s Latin, and it makes
it very easy to see the contradiction between the two.
-Of course. -Is that right?
-That’s why it changed everything. Because it showed what we were doing
wrong, and showed what it should be. But he didn’t translate it to
show what it should be until later. That wouldn’t be until 1519. -So these are two contradictory
things side by side. -And all he is doing is
just showing the evidence. -The church’s Latin corrupted version
and then the original Greek Textus Receptus, he just put it side by side
and just basically let the reader be the judge. -But this is the bullet that basically,
effectively, killed the church. -Right. -What you see here is what we know today
as the first edition Coverdale Bible. What, really, it is though is the work
of William Tyndale. Now as we know Tyndale is the inventor of the English
we speak today. He’s also the inventor of our very first English Bible
translated from the original languages. Tyndale in England wanted to do the same
thing Luther was doing in Germany. And he went underground and with the aid
of Luther’s library, books like this here, and later editions of Erasmus’
work, Tyndale would produce the very first New Testament. It becomes the most
hunted book in the history of England. And so the king wants this thing burned. -So England was still totally under the
control of the Catholic Church at the time that Tyndale’s producing
his New Testament in 1526? -And it is a book that’s basically an
assault on the established or Catholic Church of London at that time. This became a monumental achievement
because Tyndale, in the last years of his life, spent most of his time
translating from the Hebrew and the Greek to produce this book. -The rest of the Old Testament, some of
it they weren’t able to get done from the original Hebrew by the
time this book came out? Well, no, because Tyndale
was arrested in 1534. -Right. -He’s held under house arrest for 500
days. And then on the morning of October 6, 1536, he’s taken out and
burned. But in that incarceration period, Myles Coverdale finished that
which Tyndale had started. Now what I love more than anything that
we have in this room is this text here. This is the 1537 what we call the
Matthews Bible. Now what is this? It’s nothing more than a completed this. -Right. -Now remember when Tyndale dies his last
words, as you spoke so eloquently earlier were, “Lord, open the
eyes of the king of England.” Now what happened in that prayer? Tyndale could have said a million things. Why waste your last breath saying,
“Lord, open the eyes of the king of England”? Tyndale knew that no matter
how crazy Henry VIII was, that if he could get Henry VIII to break with the
established Church of Rome, England would be won and protected. It’s one
thing to have a personal relationship with Jesus. It’s another thing to have a
personal relationship with Jesus with somebody wanting to wake up and kill you
every morning. That was their mission. But finally Henry VIII permitted the
Bible to go free based on one thing: a divorce. These two texts
obviously change England. You could truly have a personal
relationship with Jesus from these two books. -You had that mediator
of the church instead of just Jesus Christ being the mediator. -What we call today
the confession booth. “Forgive me, father, for I have sinned.
It’s been two weeks since my last confession.” -So this defeated
the confessional booth. -It got rid of it completely. There was
no need anymore. You didn’t have to have a man tell you what your penalty was for this crime that you
commited against God. Then what we have today is called the
Great Bible or the Bible that was actually authorized and permitted by
Henry VIII, king of England. That would become fun,
to remember a couple of things. A later edition of Erasmus’ work
was done by a guy named Beza. And another work that we’re most
familiar with though, is this one here done by Stephanus. Now Stephanus is
important because he gives us the Greek that our Geneva Bible or the Bible done
by the reformers of John Calvin, William Wittingham, those guys, they
used this Greek text to translate what their English Bible is known as
today is the Geneva Bible. Now, it’s famous because it’s the first
one with verses. OK, that’s why the Geneva Bible’s so familiar to many of
us. It’s like, where did John 3:16 come from? Well, it came from… -They divided it into
chapters and verses? -The chapters were already there. -They divided in into verses.
Got you. -After Henry VIII his son takes the
throne. And we know him today as Edward VI. He died very young. He was
only on the throne for four or five years. But in that time he permitted the
scriptures to go free as well. But he too had no spouse and no kids and so
when he doesn’t have an heir, who ends up taking the throne? His sister who we
know today as Bloody Mary. And we don’t call her that because she liked vodka
and tomato juice with a splash of Tabasco. We call her Bloody Mary because
she was responsible for literally over 7,000 of her own people’s death. And
here’s a perfect example. Here’s a family, pastor, in Bloody Mary’s reign.
Here’s five mothers and five fathers all being burned at the stake.
And for what reason? They taught their children
the Lord’s prayer in English. -Wow. -And she had them burned at the stake. -So in her zeal for the Catholic Church,
she’s killing these people. -The parents were teaching their kids. -OK. And they only wanted
the church to teach them? -We weren’t qualified, pastor,
to teach our children. -So basically they’re being burned at
the stake for homeschooling. -That’s basically what it came down to.
In a sense, it was. They wanted complete rule. -Wow. Well, during that uprising, men of
courage decided that we’re going to rebel. And what were their names? John
Knox, John Foxe, William Wittingmam. They fled England and they go to work on
a brand new text. And what do we call that text today?
We call that the Geneva Bible. -Well it says right on there, someone
has written here, “Family Bible”. -That’s right. That’s what it truly was:
the very first family Bible. -Right. -What we know today as the Textus
Receptus, it will go to produce what we know as the very first “homeschool”
Bible: the Geneva Bible. -Right. -And so this is the book that
sails over on the Mayflower. -Got you. -That’s the Bible
that settles Jamestown. After Bloody Mary’s terror, she had a
sister. We of course know her name as Queen Elizabeth. To win the hearts of
the people, she gave us the Bishops’ Bible. This was done by “bishops”, done by pastors. -But they’re building upon
the work of the Geneva Bible. -They just wanted something that
was a little bit more authoritative. -Right. -This comes from people you can trust.
-Experts. -Hebrew, Greek experts but truthfully,
it never settles with the people. It was a glorious work. -Somehow it just didn’t catch on. -It just never caught on. -Maybe God just knew that something
better was coming down the pike. -And then of course she didn’t have a
spouse; no kids. So who would take the throne? Her cousin from Scotland. Of
course we know him as King James. And that big, tall Bible that you see
down there closest to you, that’s the first edition of the King James Bible.
And then a year later, he allowed the folks to buy one in a
book store and you’re holding the very first King James New Testament. -Wow. Then when we get to 1603, we have King
James becoming king. King James VI of Scotland. He became the king and it was
said unto him that a new translation should be brought forth of the
scriptures. And the reason why is that you’ve got a lot of people using the
Geneva Bible, but then they’d go to church and it’s the Bishops’ Bible, so
there were two main versions and both of them had issues. The Geneva Bible had some issues;
the Bishops’ Bible had some issues. And so they said let’s just
take the time to do it right. They got the best scholars in the land
together and they said we’re not trying to replace a bad version. We’re going from good to better
to best here. I mean these are good translations. The Geneva Bible’s good;
the Bishops’ Bible is good. We’re just going to perfect
it and get it just dialed in. So from 1604 to 1610 the KJV was
translated by 54 of the greatest scholars that existed at that time. Just
to give you one example: one guy, Lancelot Andrews, was an expert in
Latin, Greek, Hebrew, Chaldean, Syriac, Arabic, and he also spoke fifteen modern
languages. That’s one guy out of the 54 people that translated the King James
Bible over the course of seven years. -So there were those who were Arabic
scholars. There were those who were Greek and Hebrew scholars. There were
Aramaic scholars. They were men of great intellect, all of them. And their
knowledge of the scripture was varied. They may have held some different
beliefs or different areas of theology might be slightly different
from one of the other translators. What they did was they divided
themselves up into six groups. These six men translated these six books
of the Bible and so forth. And when they did this then they compared them all
together, and each of the six groups did this. And then they chose one leader out
of each group to evaluate all six groups so what happened was every passage of
scripture was evaluated fifteen times. And then the end of it all: all of them
came into agreement with what was translated based upon the correct verbal
dynamic that they used, that is for what it says, that’s what it means, even if it was in slight contradiction
to what they might think. -The king in 1603 said, “OK, I’m going to
organize a commitee and no matter how long it takes, you’re going
to go to work using two rules: Old Testament must be translated from
the Hebrew, New Testament must be translated from the Greek, and I’m going
to give you all the resources humanly possible to make this happen.” So the
best Hebrew of that day, the best scholarly Greek of that day,
and in 1603, 53 guys were hired. They go off and for seven years they work on
what we know today as the most important book in the history of man: the first
edition, first issue, first printing of the King James text. And it
took them seven years. And they did a phenominal job. And the
King James that you and I read today of course comes from that 1769 revision,
but this was the anchor of the text. And this is the product of it. And in 1612
he gives us what we know today as the very first hand-held
King James New Testament. -This is what caught on. -That’s what caught on. -The hand-held New Testament. -The King says if you can afford it, you
can own it. Every book store in London sold it, and it would take off. And then it would become and always has
been the #1 selling book in the history of man. No book has ever
outsold this text, or ever will. -When we look at the Bible versions that
led up to the King James: Tyndale, Matthew, Coverdale, Great Bible,
Bishops’ Bible, Geneva Bible, they all line up with the King James. They all
basically say the same thing as the King James. The King James Bible is the
culmination of the Bibles that preceded it. So if the King James Bible is
consistent with all the other English Bibles that led up to it, why are
these modern Bibles so different? Dr. James White is a guy who has debated
against people that are King James only. He’s written a book against
those that are King James only. He’s considered to be the expert of why
King James onlyism is wrong, so we’re going to go talk to him and
figure out what his arguments are. -James? We have guests. -Alright. How you doing? Dr. James White, thank you so
much for speaking with us today. -Good to be with you. -Can you just give me Codex
Sinaiticus in a nutshell, and Codex B in a nutshell? -Both Sinaiticus and Vaticanus are the
primary objects of the vitriol of the King James only movement because of the
fact that they were so central in the development of a New Testament text
other than the Textus Receptus. -Two men by the names of Westcott and
Hort put together a critical text mainly based on two manuscripts known as
Sanaiticus or “Codex Aleph” and Vaticanus or “Codex B”. And these two
manuscripts were thought by Westcott and Hort to be older and therefore more
reliable than the other Greek texts that had been used in the Textus Receptus. The modern Bibles are supposedly the
result of modern archaeology and modern scholarship and modern discovery. I mean
even the people who promote these modern Bibles will tell you, “Well, the modern
publishers just have more resources available to them today. They just have
manuscripts that just weren’t available to the King James translators. That’s
why the modern Bibles are better”, they’ll say. And the reason they say
that is because the manuscripts that the modern Bibles are translated from, the
NIV, etc., are newer discoveries meaning that they were buried for centuries. Now
let me ask you something. Do you believe that the true Bible
was buried for centuries? [Congregation]
No. -I mean do you really think that God
would allow his people to be using the wrong Bible for hundreds and hundreds of
years, and then all of the sudden in the 1800’s we’re going to
find the right manuscripts? It doesn’t make any sense. I mean God promised to preserve his
Word to all generations, but they’re basically believing that God’s Word in
its true form was buried somewhere and that for all these centuries everybody
is reading and preaching and believing something that’s wrong and then thank
God for the archaeology of the 1800’s to dig up these new manuscripts, the
true Word of God that’s been buried for all these years. Look, if God took so
much time and effort to bring us the Word of God through all the prophets and
holy men of God who spake as they were moved by the Holy Ghost over the course
of hundreds, yea, thousands of years, and then he just lets it get buried? No, these ones that have been dug up of
late, these newer, better manuscripts are fraudulent. They have names like
Codex Vaticanus. Now, hmm, what does that call to mind? “Codex Vaticanus”. -Because it was found in the
Vatican or it’s Vatican related, to me makes it immediately suspect. -Right. -There are more than 5,200 Greek
fragments and portions of the New Testament that are available for study. -Wow. -And 45 of those are the predominant
texts that are used by translators for any outside the King James Bible. That’s 1% of the manuscripts available, while the King James Bible uses 99.06%
of those 5,255 texts to translate from. And this is why it’s popularly called
the majority text. You have to also note – and I don’t think this is
mentioned that often – in the gospels themselves, between Sinaiticus and also
the Vaticanus, there are over 3,000 differences. So how do we know which one
is the correct difference or the correct passage that should be used unless it’s
validated by the other 43 sources that they use? But if I have two manuscripts,
A and B, that are in conflict just in the gospels in 3,000 places, how do I
know which one is reliable? So I’d rather trust in the
predominance of manuscripts that gave us the Textus Receptus. -If we find something that’s been buried
and it says something different than what’s been received, the Received Text,
the Textus Receptus, you know, the Bible that people have used for
centuries, then that must be fraudulent. It must not be the Word of God if God
didn’t preserve it. They’re basically rejecting thousands of Bibles in all
different languages that are all saying the same thing. Instead, they’re going
to go with Codex Vaticanus, Codex Sinaiticus, just because they’re
supposedly older. OK, but just because they’re older doesn’t mean that they’re
right. It doesn’t mean that they’re not fraudulent. Look, Paul told us in
2 Corinthians 2 that people were corrupting the Word of God even in his
day. In 2 Thessalonians they were already writing a false scripture
pretending to be from the apostle Paul. In Revelation 22, God was already
warning people who would try to take away from or add to God’s Word. So
that’s already been taking place. So just because you’ve got a manuscript
that’s from 200 years after Christ, oh, there’s no way it could be tampered
with, right? Of course it could. And there are many, the Bible tells us,
that corrupt the Word of God. Not a few, but many. -These two manuscripts
do not stand alone. -Right. -And today the Nestle Allen 28th
edition, UBS 4th corrected, there are a number of places where, not only does
Sinaiticus disagree with Vaticanus, though they frequently are together,
they don’t stand alone in light of the papyri. Imbalanced prejudice on the part
of Westcott and Hort for Aleph and B. But they were working
before the papyri too. Anything before the papyri
is today primarily irrelevant. -It’s become outdated because of newer
discoveries of manuscripts? -The discovery of the papyri,
which of course came from Egypt and various and sundry places… -Alexandria is a city in Egypt. Egypt is
a nation in the Bible that’s always associated with that which is ungodly
or sinful or wrong. For example, in Revelation 11:8, the Bible reads, “And
their dead bodies shall lie in the street of the great city, which
spiritually is called Sodom and Egypt, where also our Lord was crucified.” So
when God wants to use a place in the Bible to represent wickedness, to
represent that which is ungodly and satanic, he uses Egypt to represent
that. Egypt in the Bible is a symbol of wickedness, of ungodliness. -The readings of those early
manuscripts, P66, P75, P72, have verified and demonstrated that the
textual tradition found in Sinaiticus and Vaticanus was not unique to them. I
mean there’s theories running around now that these were Roman Catholic forgeries
and all the rest of this kind of silliness like that. -You might not think that the NIV’s a
Catholic Bible, and they’ll tell you, “Oh, it’s evangelical; it’s for
Baptists.” But you know what? I’m going to show you all the Catholic doctrines
that it props up because it’s from these Catholic manuscripts. Acts 8:37 has been
removed from the modern Bible versions because it condemns infant baptism. -This is why we don’t do infant baptism.
You know why? Because according to the Bible, what’s hindering me from being
baptized? You’ve got to believe, and then be baptized. An infant can’t
believe. An infant’s not even condemned. If an infant dies, they go to heaven.
But a Catholic could read that and say, “Well, infant baptism, go ahead. What’s
stopping me from getting baptized?” “Nothing. Let’s just baptize him.” No,
something is stopping you from getting baptized. It’s believing. It’s just
missing in your Bible. -The Catholics teach a doctrine that
Mary was still a virgin all the way throughout her life. Now we know that of
course, Mary was a virgin when she gave birth to Jesus Christ, but the Bible is
clear that after that, she had other children. In fact, it lists four of
Jesus’ half-brothers: James, Joses, Judas, and Simon. He gives the names of
the brothers, and then it says, “his sisters, are they not all with us?” So
Jesus had at least seven half-siblings, maybe even more. Now here’s a great
proof of that in Matthew 1:25. “Then Joseph being raised from sleep did as
the angel of the Lord had bidden him, and took unto him his wife: And knew her
not till she had brought forth her firstborn son: and he called his name
JESUS.” So it doesn’t say that he never knew her. It just says that he knew her
not until she had brought forth her firstborn son. It says in verse 25 in
the NIV, “But he did not consummate their marriage until she gave birth to a
son. And he gave him the name Jesus.” What’s missing? “Firstborn”. If Jesus is the firstborn son of Mary,
that tells me there’s a second-born. But the NIV removes that so you can say,
well you know, that was the only son that she had. Another doctrine of the
Catholic Church that is supported by the NIV is the doctrine of beating yourself.
And yes, you heard me correctly. Self-flagellation or beating yourself. Now, your Catholic friends that you
know in the United States probably do not beat themselves. But throughout
history the Roman Catholic Church has taught and encouraged the practice of
beating yourself, OK? In fact, when Henry VIII made Catholicism illegal in
England and kicked the Roman Catholic Church out of England, he also at the
same time passed a law against beating yourself. And even today in the
Philippines, the devout Catholics will beat themselves today in 2013. In the
Philippines they crucify themselves; they beat themselves; they crawl on
their knees till they’re bleeding. I mean they do these type of acts to
themself. Look what the Bible says in 1 Corinthians 9:27. “But I keep under my
body, and bring it into subjection: lest that by any means, when I have preached
to others, I myself should be a castaway.” The NIV says, “I beat my
body”. And most of the modern versions say something along the
lines of, “I beat my body…” -Subdue. -No, they don’t say “subdue”.
They say “I beat”. -No, that’s what the NET says. -Oh, OK. But I’m telling you the NIV
says, “I beat my body”. The 2010 edition of the NIV says, “I strike
a blow to my body”. “I buffet my body”. -Don’t think I’m going to
be defending the NIV. -OK. It’s the best-selling
translation in America in 2013. -I doubt that. -I looked it up in many sources.
-I think the ESV… -It is #1. -We’ll, OK, if you include… -The ESV is #5. And I did a
lot of research on this. -If you include liberal
denominations, maybe. -So 1 Corinthians 9:27, you’re not going
to defend the NIV’s “beating yourself”? -No. -Because it’s Catholic. I mean the
Catholic Church, good night! -Oh, don’t…That’s not
where it came from. -Hold on a second.
Are you going to say that Catholics don’t beat
themselves to this day? They don’t practice self-flagellation?
Are you going to say that Henry VIII… -Some few do; the vast majority
don’t even show up at mass. They’re not going to
be whipping themselves. -How about throughout history? What
about in England when Henry VIII kicked out the Catholics and he made beating
yourself illegal the same year? -But Steven, what does that have to do
with the NIV translators? You see, just because Rome
has done it in the past doesn’t mean that that’s
what they intended by it. -What I’m saying is that Satan is Satan,
OK? And the same Satan that got people to beat themselves in the Middle Ages is
the same Satan that put a passage in the NIV telling you to beat yourself.
That’s where I’m drawing the connection. -You know, even with the rendering of
the NIV, it’s obvious what it’s talking about, and it’s obviously metaphorical. -OK, the Amplified Version. I don’t
know about you, but the Amplified Version was always too loud for me. I
never even got it. But anyway, listen to the Amplified Version: “But [like a
boxer] I buffet my body”. Now let me ask you this: Have you ever known a boxer
who beats himself up? Because I haven’t. The Common English Bible really makes it
easy to understand for you, because isn’t that why you like these new
versions, because they’re easy to understand? “Rather I’m landing punches
on my own body and subduing it like a slave.” Look, beating yourself is not a
biblical doctrine. And you say, well, he’s just meaning it figuratively. Well, what about all these people
who actually beat themselves? It’s a strange doctrine, my friend.
I don’t believe in it. The Bible says in Matthew 6:7, “But when
ye pray, use not vain repetitions, as the heathen do: for they think that they
shall be heard for their much speaking.” So the Bible’s teaching us here not to
just vainly repeat things over and over again, thinking that if we say something
over and over again, God’s going to hear us, more than if we just said it once. What’s a repetition? Saying the same
thing twice, or three times, or five times. He’s saying look, don’t use vain
repetitions as the heathen do. OK, the NIV on the other hand – and all the
modern versions pretty much change this – “And when you pray, do not keep
on babbling like pagans, for they think they will be heard because
of their many words.” “Babble” is when you’re just talking
about meaningless things and going on and on and on, just blathering. It’s not
the same as vain repetitions. If I said to a Roman Catholic, “You
know, you’re repeating the same prayer of the ‘our Father’ over and over and
over and over. You’re not going to be heard for your much speaking. That’s a
vain repetition. You need to say that one time and be done with it and not
just keep repeating the same thing over and over again.” You know, that’s
supported by Matthew 6:7, but if I say to them, “Hey, stop babbling like a
pagan,” they’re going to say, “Well this isn’t babble.” They’re going to
say, “The Lord’s prayer is God’s Word.” Because it is God’s Word, right? But I’m
not going to chant that or repeat that in a vain way to God, but the Catholic
Church teaches vain repetitions, so that alteration has been made. Not only that, but the Catholics have a
very strong doctrine of confessing your sins to the priest. And they’ll take you
to James 5:15, and in the Catholic Bible there’s a note in the column that says
hey, this verse is telling you to confess your sins to the priest. It says
that, for example, in the Doway Rheimes Catholic Bible in the notes. That’s what
it says. James 5:16; “Confess your faults one to another, and pray one for
another, they ye may be healed. The effectual fervent prayer of a
righteous man availeth much.” Now listen to what the NIV and the modern versions
change this to: “Therefore confess your sins to each other and pray for each
other so that you may be healed. The prayer of a righteous person is
powerful and effective.” That’s the NIV. Now you say, “Well that’s the same
thing.” But it’s not the same thing. First of all, if you go back to the
original language, if you go back to what it actually says in the Greek, the
word is “fault”; it’s not “sin”. -In the Textus Receptus, it uses the
word for faults, “paraptómata”, which comes from “paráptoma,” which means
“faults”. And I think sometimes people, when they read the wrong thing there,
that they’re too busy confessing their sins to men, rather than their sins to
God, because “If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our
sins, and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness”, whereas I confess my
faults to you when I might say, “I’m weak in this one area of my life. I need
to be strengthened. Will you pray for me?” So when I confess my fault to you,
I’m not going to confession, nor am I confessing my sin to you, but I’m
confessing the faults and weaknesses that I have personally, so there is a
difference in the understanding of the words between “sin” and “faults” themselves. -Evangelical Christianity historically
has not accepted Catholicism as being true Christianity. It used to be when I
was a child that the Christian bookstore would have books and literature exposing
the Catholic Church, warning you about the Catholic Church. Now you go to a
Christian bookstore, and they have rosery beads; they sell Catholic Bibles;
they sell Catholic paraphernalia. What we’re seeing is a blurring of the
lines between evangelical Christianity and Roman Catholicism. People are being
prepared for a one world religion that unites Catholicism, all
denominations of Christianity, in fact all religions of the world. -Those who push for a global religious
organization believe that all religions, while different on the surface,
are each valid pathways to God. -Instead of all these different gods,
maybe there’s one God who manifests himself and revealed himself in
different ways to different people. You know, what about that, huh? -Do we all worship the same God,
Christian and Muslim? -I think we do. We have different routes
of getting to the Almighty. -Do Christians and non-Christians, do
Muslims go to heaven, in your mind? -Yes they do. We have different
routes of getting there. -I think everybody that loves Christ,
or knows Christ, whether they’re conscious of it or not, they’re members
of the body of Christ, and that’s what God is doing today: he’s calling people
out of the world for his name, whether they come from the Muslim world or the
Buddist world or the Christian world or the non-believing world, they are
members of the body of Christ because they’ve been called by God. They may not
even know the name of Jesus, but they know in their heart that they need
something that they don’t have, and they turn to the only light that they have and I think that they are saved and that they’re going
to be with us in heaven. -Till I die, I’ll proclaim nothing but
love for all my brothers and sisters in Christ: my Catholic brothers and
sisters, Protestant brothers and sisters, Christian Reformers, Lutherans.
I don’t care what label you are. -And you know Jack, there are so
many other Protestant ministers who are doing the same thing as you.
-Yes. -You’re comfortable with the Vatican? -Oh, I’m very comfortable with the
Vatican. I’ve been to see the pope several times. They believe in Christ.
They believe in the death of Christ on the cross and his resurrection. I feel
that I belong to all the churches. I’m equal at home in an Anglican or Baptist
church or a Brethren Assembly or a Roman Catholic church. -You know what, we don’t all have the
same views and I realize Mormonism, it’s not traditional Christianity, but I’m
probably a little broader and more open in the fact that when somebody
loves Jesus and believes they’re the son of God,
that’s good for me. -Robert McGuinness with the Family
Research Council says it appears the hidden agenda is to unite people under
one religious organization so they will peacefully accept U.N. goals such as
population control, abortion rights, and one world government. -They are all coming together as one
under the authority of Lucifer. -The devil knows that in order to get
people to accept the New World Order, to accept false religion, he has to make
changes very slowly. He’s not going to jerk the steering wheel. The devil is
slowly chipping away at the foundations of our religion. The devil is slowly
chipping away at the foundation of the Word of God. He’s slowly chipping away
at true biblical Christianity so that he can replace it with a new global
religion where the antichrist will be worshipped as the Lord Jesus Christ. -Do you believe that
modern Bible versions are going to play a role
in that New World Order? -Well, I think it’s very possible,
because the more translations that come out, the more liberal they seem to
become and more acceptable to the general population. But
there’s over 200 now. 200+. And in these translations now we have
people throwing in translations for those who are gay and lesbian, we have
people throwing in translations that are removing “he” or “she”, making it “it”, so I think in the modern translations
and the ones that are coming out that are becoming more and more liberal
allow all faiths of all different types of people and beliefs to come together
and not be offended by any particular thing. That’s ecumenical in nature.
-Right. -So ecumenism is part and
parcel with the end times. -The King James Bible uses
the word “hell” 54 times. I mean, when you read the Old Testament
in the NIV, there’s not even one mention of the word “hell”. You don’t even read
the word “hell” in the NIV until you get to the book of Matthew. Now supposedly,
these new versions are being written so that they’ll be easier to understand.
And yet, if we were to ask anybody on the street what hell is, they would be
able to tell us that hell is a place of fire and torment. It’s a place where
people go after they die to be punished and to suffer. If we asked
them what “sheol” means, most people aren’t going to know. What does the word “sheol” mean? -Shield? Shield means a protective cover. -Say it again.
-Sheol. -What? Spell it out. – S-H-E-O…I’m not sure on that. No. -No. -No. -No I do not. -No. -No. -Uh, no. -I don’t know. – S what?
– S-H-E-O-L: sheol. -No. Oh, sheol? No. -Can’t remember off the top of my head. – S-H-E-O-L? I’m not sure.
I’ve never seen that word. -No, I’m not too familiar with that. -OK, yeah. Most people aren’t familiar
with that word. Do you think that those words
are easier than the word “hell”? -No.
-OK. I believe that the King James Bible is
the Word of God. I believe that it’s without error and I believe that the
other versions that are coming out – you know, the NIV, the New American
Standard – that they’re bad, that they’re of the devil. In your book, it
seems that you don’t see at all that there could be anything nefarious behind
any of these changes. You seem to not believe that the devil would ever tamper
with his Word or that any of these changes were nefarious, that any of the
textual variances have to do with a guy who says, “I’m going to
change this because I’m evil, because I want to change God’s Word.” -I actually believe God
has protected his word. -But you don’t believe that there’s –
and for example, you use the term “conspiracy theorist” probably twenty
times in your book – do you believe that there’s no conspiracy
to change God’s Word? -No, I think entire Bible translations
exist to change God’s Word. But they’re obvious; they’re clear. -But could they have existed back then
also? If there are people today who are putting out something like the New World
Translation, which is clearly a perversion of God’s
Word – do you agree? -Yep. -OK. So if people are perverting God’s
Word today with the New World Translation, for example, they were
perverting God’s Word in Paul’s day – he warned about it – why do you not believe
that people were perverting God’s Word in the third, fourth century, eight
century, ninth century? -We know that the New World Translation
is a perversion of God’s Word. It is easy to detect. The reason I used
“conspiracy theory” is that you have to have evidence to back these things up,
not just, “Well, it looks like that to me.” You know, the only places where the
New World Translation mistranslates stuff is at the very issues Watchtower
Bible and Tract Society happens to disagree with biblical Christianity. -You must not have read Job 6:6
in the New World Translation. -Why? -Because in Job 6:6, in the King James
Bible it says, “Can that which is unsavoury be eaten without salt? or is
there any taste in the white of on egg?” And in the New World Translation it
says, “Is there any taste in the slimy juice of the marshmallow?” So that’s something that they changed
that has nothing to do with the Watchtower! Alright? So what I’m saying
there is that… -You memorized that? Could there be… Yes I did. -You memorized that? I didn’t even know
marshmallow had slimy juice. -I mean if you have a
New World Translation… -I do. -…I’d be glad to show you.
But you believe me? -But did you know something? There’s a
new edition that just came out last week. -I bet it still says
marshmallow but I’ll check. -I will have to look. -But here’s my point with that though:
what about all the people out there – and you’ve heard this a million times;
I’ve heard it a million times – that tell you, “Oh, the Bible’s filled
with contradictions”? -I hear it all the time. -Couldn’t there be an agenda to
create contradictions, just to make… -They dont… -…or just to put stupid
things in the Bible,… -No, no, no, no. -…just to put things in the Bible that
sound stupid like, “Saul was one year old when he began to reign”? -1 Samuel 13:1 in the King James version
says, “Saul reigned one year; and when he had reigned two years over Israel…”
In the English Standard Version, that’s changed to, “Saul lived for one
year and then became king”. -1 Sameul 13:1 in the Duway Rhemes
version, which is the Catholic Bible: “Saul was a child of one
year when he began to reign, and he reigned two years over Israel.” -You know what that verse just told us?
That Saul was a one-year-old when he became a king. Here’s the problem:
1 Samuel 9:2 says, “From his shoulders and upward he was higher than any of the
people.” Well according to the English Standard Version, he was one year old
when he was head and shoulders above all the men. That was one big baby. I’m just trying to tell you
these Bibles are dumb. Sometimes I’m out soul-winning and
people will say to me, “I don’t believe the Bible because there’s
mistakes in the Bible.” And I’ll say, “Show me one.” And they’ll pull out an NIV. I’ll say,
“Don’t show me – I could show you mistakes in that thing. I could show you
contradictions in that thing. Show me one in the King James Bible.
You won’t find one.” -Here’s another change that the modern
versions make, Galations chapter five: “I would they were even
cut off which trouble you.” The NIV says, “As for those
agitators, I wish they would go the whole way and
emasculate themselves!” Now does that sound like something that
the Bible would teach that the apostle Paul would say? And you say, “Well, I
don’t think that’s what they meant in the NIV.” Well, is that why the
Common English Bible translated it, “I wish that the ones who are upsetting
you would castrate themselves!” Or how about the Contemporary English
Version, the CEV? I’ve seen this one on sale at the Christian bookstore. “I wish
that everyone who is upsetting you would not only get circumcised, but
would cut off much more!” I mean are you listening to this?
Because this term “cut off” has nothing to do with being emasculated or
castrated or mulilating yourself. Paul is referring back to these Old
Testament scriptures about people who disobeyed God’s Word, that they would be
cut off. Look, I don’t have time to show you all the hundred-and-some examples of
this. All he’s saying there is that they need to be kicked out, he wishes that
they would be cut off, he wishes that they would be destroyed by God. That’s
what “cut off” means. They’re going to be either destroyed by God or “cut off”
could mean that they need to be kicked out of the congregation, kicked out of
the assembly, kicked out of the nation of Israel. That’s the term “cut off”,
but these weirdos with their modern versions are having the apostle Paul
saying, “Man I wish those guys would just emasculate themselves. I wish
they’d all castrate themselves. I wish they’d all mutilate themselves.” I mean
that is not what he was teaching at all. Very strange indeed. But not only do these new versions
contain a lot of crazy things that make the Bible look foolish, they also have a
very specific agenda to prepare people for the New World Order. And part of
that preparation is to convince Christians to obey the government no
matter what. The key passage that they’ve tampered with is Romans 13. -I’m free to make myself a slave. I’m
free to give up some of my freedom. I’m free but I’m free to submit to the
authority of my government. Even bad governments do God’s work by keeping
even a semblance of order in the streets. Even the government of the Soviet Union
under Stalin was doing work for God. Even China under Mao Ze Dong was doing
work for God. Honor the king. Do it anyway whether the king deserves it or
not. Honor your governor; honor your mayor, whether or not they
deserve it. Honor the king. -No one will be able to be armed. We’re
going to take all the weapons. [Loud knocking] -Today in New Orleans they got a lot
tougher on the hold-outs. -Police department! Are you home? -Not only the flooded
areas, but New Orleans’ dryest and wealthiest
neighborhoods, too. -But gun confiscation is exactly what
happened during the state of emergency following Hurricane Katrina in New
Orleans. U.S. troops also arrived. Easing public fears and quelling dissent
would be critical, and that’s exactly what the Clergy Response
Team as it’s called helped accomplish in New Orleans. -The primary thing that we say to
anybody is, “Let’s cooperate and get this thing over with, and then
we’ll settle the differences once the crisis is over.” -Such Clergy Response Teams would walk
a tight-rope between the needs of the government versus the
wishes of the public. For the clergy, one of the biggest tools
that they will have in helping calm the public down or obey the law is the Bible
itself, specifically Romans 13. -Because the government is established
by the Lord. And that’s what we believe in the Christian faith; it’s what’s
stated in the scripture. -But wait a minute. What if a police
officer just comes to my house and says, “Wash my car, slave”? Does the Bible
require me to obey that? OK, what if a police officer asks me to
do something illegal? I mean what if a policeman came to me and said, “You
know what? I want you to climb over the fence into your neighbor’s yard and I
want you to look through the window and see what your neighbor’s doing. I want
you to spy on yor neighbor for me”? I mean do I have to obey that? You say,
“You’re picking stupid examples.” Right. Because there’s never been a
government anywhere that commanded people to spy on their neighbors or
else. That’s never happened. Right? There’s no such thing as Nazi Germany;
there’s no such thing as the Soviet Union; just shut up and obey what you’re
told. Romans 13 is a passage that explains to us the purpose of government
is to punish evildoers, not to regulate every aspect of our lives and tell us
what to do and control us. But also a key thing that is taught in Romans 13 is
that we are to obey the higher powers. So for example, in the United States we
have various levels of government, don’t we? Now what is the supreme law of our
land? Well, first of all it’s God’s law. First we obey God. After that is the
constitution of the United States because the constitution of the United
States is the supreme law of the land. You say, “Well, the Bible says to honor
the king, therefore we need to obey Obama.” But hold on a second. Is Obama
the king? Is our government run as a monarchy? And I thought that we have
elected officials that answer to the people and that they are not above the
law and that the supreme law of the land is the U.S. constitution. So if we’re
going to obey the government that has been set up over us, if we’re to obey
the law of the land, that means we’re supposed to obey the constitution. The
NIV just completely eliminates that teaching. It doesn’t teach you to go
with the higher power; it just says this: So instead of saying, you know, “Let
every soul be subject unto the higher powers. For there is no power but of
God: the powers that be are ordained of God”, just referring to the fact that
no one on this earth has any legitimate authority except coming from God. Why do
children have to obey their parents? Because God said so. Why do we obey
human government at all? Why do we even have any respect for human government?
Because God told us that human government is something that we need to
punish evildoers, to protect the innocent from those that would harm
them. Here’s the Nev Living Translation in Romans 13:1. “Everyone must submit to
governing authorities. For all authority comes from God,” – watch this – “and
those in positions of authority have been placed there by God.” Now that is
not true. The New Living Translation is saying that everyone in any position of
authority has been placed there by God. That is not true, because one day the
antichrist is going to be placed in authority by Satan. “The dragon
gave him his…authority”, it says in Revelation 13. And not only that, but in
Hosea [8:4], it says, “They have set up kings, but not by me”. There are times
when human authority has been placed there by man against the will of God.
And so therefore the New Living Translation is saying in verse 6, “Pay
your taxes, too, for these same reasons. For government workers need to be paid.
They are serving God in what they do. Give to everyone what you owe them: Pay
your taxes and government fees to those who collect them”. Good night! Now it’s
not just the taxes; it’s also the fees, and those are the worst. The King James
is telling you to obey government within a certain scope, within certain
perameters of what their job is, what they’re supposed to be doing, and also,
the whole concept of higher powers is there as a check and balance. -Why isn’t the New King James inspired?
Because it uses the same manuscripts. -Well, it doesn’t. And there are many
places where the New King James departs from the Textus Receptus and departs
from what the King James is saying. -Not in the New Testament. -It does, actually. There are actually a lot of places
where it departs from the TR. -The New King James is probably one of
the most dangerous versions out there because it leads you to think, “Oh, it’s
the same as the King James; it’s just more modern, updated words.” If that’s
all it was, I wouldn’t even bring it up. -Because a lot of people who wouldn’t
touch the NIV with a ten-foot pole – they wouldn’t touch the ESV or the New
Living Translation with a ten-foot pole, but they say, “Come on, Pastor Anderson,
the New King James? It’s pretty much the same as the King James. It just gets
rid of the ‘thees’ and the ‘thous’. It’s just like the King James except
a little easier to understand.” OK. Well, let me give you some stats on
the New King James. The New King James omits the word “Lord” 66 times. It
removes the word “God” 51 times. It removes the word “heaven” 50 times.
It removes the word “repent” 44 times. The blood is removed 23 times. The word
“hell” is removed 22 times. And he completely removes the word “Jehovah”,
completely removes the word “damnation”, completely removes the term “New
Testament”, completely removes the word “devils”. The Bible’s not obsolete; you
just need to get some smarts. You need to do some studying. You need to learn
the language. And it’s funny how my little children can understand it, and
you’re an adult and you can’t understand it? And isn’t it funny how the same
people that say the King James is too hard to understand tell you you need to
learn Greek if you really want to know what the Bible says? Yeah, that’s really
going to be easy to understand. “The King James is too hard for you.
Here’s a Greek New Testament.” These people are nuts. So let’s check out some verses and see
which one’s easier to understand. The King James used a really hard word
about a kind of tree, an “oak”. So the New King James thought, “Wow,
that’s way too hard. ‘Oak’? Are you serious?” They changed it to “terebinth
tree”. That’s a little easier to understand, right? Now Judges 8:13
contains a really tough phrase in the King James, “the sun was up”. OK? I mean that almost
could be in “Hop on Pop”. “The sun was up”. They change
that to, “the Ascent of Heres.” “The Ascent of Heres.” 1 Samuel 13:21. The King James uses a
really tough word “file”. So the New King James changed that to “pim”. P-I-M.
“Pim”. I mean, that’s probably good to know for Scrabble, but I’ve
never heard of that word. OK? 1 Samuel 22:6 uses this really hard
word, “tree”. So the New King James decided to update that to “tamarisk
tree” to make it a little bit easier to understand. 2 Samuel 6:5;
the King James says “cornet”. Who knows what a cornet is? It’s a type of horn, right?
It’s a type of trumpet. So they decided to use
an easier word, “sistrums”. “Sistrums”. Because everybody
knows what “sistrums” means. Who knows what “sistrums” means? Who knows what “cornet” means? There you go. Isaiah 13:12 used the difficult word
“man” in your King James Bible. I mean, good night! Put the King James
in a museum where it belongs. “Man”? Give me something I can understand.
“Mortal” is way better, right? Daniel 6:2 used a really tough word
“princes”, so they used the easy word in the New King James, “satraps”. “Band”? “Band” in the King James; that’s way too
hard. Let’s change it to “regiment”. OK, and nobody’s going to understand
what “quicksand” means. That’s so obsolete. “Quick sands” in Acts 27:17?
“Syrtis Sands” is a lot easier to understand. You’d better get a New King
James. Much easier to understand. Is the New King James really that much
easier to understand than the King James? I mean that was a lot of examples where
the King James is a lot easier. And that wasn’t a complete list. That was just a
bunch of examples. So, it really has nothing to do with making it easier to
understand; it just has to do with changing it, corrupting it, twisting it,
perverting it. The only thing that they can really point to and say, “Well this
is where we made it a lot easier”, is getting rid of the “thees” and the
“thous”, but you’ve got to have the “thees” and the “thous” because the
“thees” and the “thous” are singular and the “you, yee, your” is plural. The ones
that start with a TH are singular; the ones that start with a Y are plural. It
affects the meaning because you often would have no way of knowing whether
he’s talking to one person or the whole group unless you had the “thees” and
the “thous” there to tell you that. It’s important. It’s all important. But
let me just show you some doctrinal changes that the New King
James makes that pervert doctrine. Go to 1 Corinthians 1:18. -“For the preaching of the cross is to
them that perish foolishness; but unto us which are saved it
is the power of God.” -Brother Garrett, read that for me nice
and loud in the New King James. -“For the message of the cross is
foolishness to those who are perishing, but to us who are being
saved it is the power of God.” -So notice, in the King James it said
that we are saved. In the New King James it said we’re being saved. Big
difference because salvation is not a process. Salvation happens in a moment
of time, in the twinkling of an eye, we believe on Christ, and we are passed
from death to life. It’s not a process. I’m not being saved; I done been saved! -Amen! -2 Corinthians 2:15 says this: “For we
are unto God a sweet savour of Christ, in them that are saved,
and in them that perish”. Read it for me from the New King James. -“For we are to God the fragrance of
Christ among those who are being saved and among those who are perishing.” -Again, not that are
saved, but those who are being saved, as if it’s a process. Matthew 7:14 for example, in the New
King James says, “difficult is the way which leadeth unto life and few there be
that find it”. The King James says “narrow” referring to how many people
are going, referring to the fact that there are few that be saved. The New
King James says it’s difficult. Now, if it were by works
it would be difficult. -New Living Translation says, “But the
gateway to life is very narrow and the road is difficult and only a few ever
find it”. The English Standard Version says, “For the gate is narrow and the
way is hard that leads to life and those who find it are few”. Now you say,
“Well, Pastor Jimenez, what’s the big deal? Straight, narrow? Narrow,
difficult? Difficult, hard? What’s the big deal?” Here’s the big
deal: is it hard to get saved? -Hey, Jesus did the hard part. How hard
is it to accept a gift? How hard is it to take a drink of water? How hard is it
to walk through a door? How hard is it to eat a piece of bread? These are the
things that Jesus compared salvation to because it’s easy to be saved because
you don’t have to work your way to heaven. You know what salvation is
referred to in the Bible as, in the book of Hebrews? Rest. Look, is rest hard? Don’t be deceived by these modern
versions. You might be tempted one day: “Oh, you know, this church uses
the New King James, but so what?” It’s a big deal. Do you think that we need
500 different English Bibles? -No. In fact, I mentioned we have a
glut. We don’t have any need for any more. I don’t think there’s a good
reason for why we’ve had the explosion of them over the past number of
decades. I know what the reason is. -Right. -It’s real simple. It’s the fact that if
you have a publishing house and you want to do a study Bible or something – which
I’m not a study Bible fan – -Me neither. -what they did is if you were a major
publishing house, you didn’t want to have to pay royalties to somebody else,
so they all made their own translations. -Right. There is a financial
motivation to come out with all these different versions. -There is. No question about it. -Does God expect the average Christian
to learn the original Greek? -God expects the average Christian to
utilize the information that is provided to him and we live in a day where we
have more information available to us than any other generation ever has and
we need it right now because the attacks have never been more luciferous. -Do you see a danger, OK – because here’s
my belief about it. I think if someone learned Koine Greek and became fluent in
it and could pick it up and read it fluently, that would be fantastic, but… -A little Greek is a dangereus thing. -Exactly. Don’t you see a danger in
someone who learns two semesters of Bible college Greek and now, they’re
going to get up and say – like, even a King James only guy will get up – he’s
had two semesters of Bible college Greek – and he’s going to get up and
say, “Oh, the King James translators, they translated this wrong.” And just
with the brush of his hand, you know, seven years of fifty brilliant scholars
goes out the window for his… -Steven, any good thing can be abused.
And a little Greek can be a dangerous thing. I’ve heard entire sermons based
upon really bad exegesis, OK? But let me just mention that years ago I had a
minister come to me and he said, “Hey, I saw this thing in a commentary. Man,
this preaches, but I’ve never heard anybody say it before. You know Greek.
Could you check it out for me?” So I checked it out for him. It didn’t
pan out. It was just one of those, the commentator sort of went off on a
tangent. You know what he did once I told him? He preached it anyways. -Just because it sounded
good and he liked it. -Because it just preached so good. -It’s just such a great point. -Oh, it was so great. -That doesn’t surprise me. -Unfortunately it doesn’t surprise me. -No one disagrees that
the originals were inspired. [2 Peter 1:21]
The Bible says, “Holy men of God spake as they were moved by the Holy Ghost.” But they don’t believe what we have
today is inspired because they don’t believe in the preservation of the
Bible, but you know, the Bible says in Psalms 12:6, “The words of the LORD are
pure words: as silver tried in a furnace of earth, purified seven times. Thou
shalt keep them, O LORD, thou shalt preserve them from this generation for
ever.” And you know, the same God that brought us the inspired Word is the same
God that’s going to preserve the inspired Word. And I think it’s silly to
think that God is powerful enough to use sinful men and make sure he gives us a
perfect original and then that same God can’t use sinful men and make sure it’s
preserved from this generation forever? I believe God is powerful enough to give
us an inspired Word and I believe God is powerful enough to preserve
those same inspired Words from this generation forever. Now let me ask you this: Do you believe
that people need to learn the Hebrew or Greek or even English, or should they,
can they have the Bible in all languages? -They should have the Bible in all
languages. This is why we support translation ministries like Bibles
International. The Textus Receptus is used and the Hebrew Bible is also used
obviously, to translate into other languages, which would
be the Word of God. We believe that every people should have
the Bible in their Language, and in English, it’s the King James Bible. -Let me just close by saying this: God’s
Word has been preserved unto us in this generation. Listen to Isaiah 59:21. “As
for me, this is my covenant with them, saith the LORD; My spirit that is upon
thee, and my words which I have put in thy mouth, shall not depart out of thy
mouth, nor out of the mouth of thy seed, nor out of the mouth of thy seed’s seed,
saith the LORD, from henceforth and forever.” He said, “Look, Isaiah. The
Word that you’re preaching, your descendants will preach it. Your
children and their children and their children from henceforth and forever
will have these words” and I believe that those are the words that are in my
hand right now. And look, the modern versions, whether it be the NIV, the
ESV, the New Living Translation, or the New King James, that philosophy is a
philosophy that says God’s Word is not preserved. We had to go dig up a new
one. We had to go dig up an older manuscript to fix all the problems in
it. No, I believe that it’s been preserved from the time of Christ until
now. It’s been passed down and what we have today is a copy of a copy of
a copy that has been passed down. A lot of people wrongly believe that the
King James Bible has changed over the years, that the 1769 edition that we use
today is completely different from the 1611, but in reality the only thing that
changed in 1769 were spellings, capitalizations, punctuation, some typos
that were corrected; the words did not change. The words that we have today in
our King James Bible are the exact same words that were given us by the
translators in 1611. The words haven’t changed. The words have been preserved, and that’s what God promised
that he would preserve. He says, look, “Heaven and earth shall
pass away, but my words shall not pass away.” He didn’t say the thoughts; he
didn’t say the ideas; he didn’t say the doctrine; he said, “my words shall not
pass away.” These new versions are from a corrupt source and they have corrupt
fruit. Look at the fruit of these new versions. Look at the way churches have
become: fun centers. Look at the way churches have become as a result of
these new modern versions: filled with unsaved people. Filled with people who
don’t know doctrine, don’t care about doctrine, because when you’re reading a
book that’s filled with contradictions, it’s hard to care about doctrine. But
when you’re reading a book that is perfect and pure and preserved, you
know, you look at every word and you care about doctrine and you care about
what it says and you care about what it means, not just, “Well, yeah, I kind of
got the gist of it. Jesus died on the cross. I get it.” No, I want to know
specifically every doctrine that God has for me from the Word of God. -You know, to touch this book and to
study it is one thing. To appreciate it from a distance about what men and
women, children, had to go through so that you and I could read a book today
called a Bible without fear of persecution. It’s easy to say this
number: 10,000 people were burned, stoned, deboweled, for reading this book. -I study really early in the morning, or
sometimes late into the evening, so I might wake up at 3:00 with an idea, and
I go and I study that in the scripture. And you realize the beauty of it and
what it’s conveying, and you just sit there with tears running down your cheek
because you recognize the greatness of what you’ve been given. And so when I
study with the King James Bible I’m completely confident that what I have in
my hand is the Word of God from cover to cover and that it’s the same now as it
will be an hour from now because it’s preserved and it’s the same. So I have
confidence when I open it up and preach from it on Sunday and teach from it in
Sunday school or witness to people on the street, I know that this is the Word
of God and we look forward to meeting the very Word himself
in glory to testify to what we’ve been studying our whole life. -God is not pleased with these men
removing verses, adding verses, adding things, removing things.
Go to Revelation. Revelation 22:18; “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”. Have you ever read the book of Revelation? There’s a lot of nasty
plagues in that book. He said I’m going to give you those plagues if you add to
my Word. Revelation 22:19; “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.” But these men that have changed the Word of God, the Bible says they
lost their opportunity to be saved. He said, “I will take away”. He said, “In
the same way you took away from my Word, I will take away his part out of the
book of life.” He said, “I will make sure you are not saved because you have
messed with my Bible.” That sounds to me like God is pretty serious about this. It’s like, “OK, Pastor Jimenez, I agree.
I understand. These Bibles are corrupt. They’re corrupting doctrine. The King
James Bible is pure. The King James Bible is the word of God. I understand.
What do I do with it?” If you realize that you have God’s Word
in your hand, not the thoughts of God, not what he might have said, not what
we think he said, but the actual words of God, and not just that, but when you
have the words of God you actually have God, not this book, but these words,
when you realize that you have God’s words, man, that should drive us to read
the Bible. That should drive us to live by this Bible. This book has every
answer for every question in life. You say, “Pastor Jimenez, I came to
Verity Baptist Church; I didn’t really come here to learn about the King James
Bible. I came here to learn about salvation.” We learn about
salvation in the King James Bible. “I didn’t really come here to learn
about this issue. I came here so that I can get help with my marriage.”
This book will help your marriage. “I didn’t really come here to learn
about the King James Bible. I came here to learn about how to raise my kids.”
This book will help you raise your kids. It will solve all your problems. It will
bring you salvation. It will do everything you need it to do. Why?
Because it’s the Word of God… …without error, perfect, exactly like
God gave it to you. It gives me confidence to realize that
the Word of God is perfect. You know why so many people are not believing in God
today, not coming to church, generations of young people are just leaving
churches by the droves and never coming back? Because these modern Bible
versions have been corrupted, there’s mistakes in them, and it’s caused them
to doubt their faith in God. But not this one. This one’s perfect. The King
James version is the Word of God. Read it. Learn it. Study it. Memorize it. Live by it. Preach it to others. Let’s bow our heads and have a word of
prayer. Dear heavenly Father, Lord, we love you. Thank you for your
Word. Lord, thank you that you have not made us responsible to preserve your
Word, but that is a responsibility that you’ve given to yourself. You inspired
it, you preserved it, and you have given it to us today. Father, we love you.
Help us not to leave here today and just let this message go in one ear and out
the other. Help us to realize, “I have the Word of God; maybe I should read
it. Maybe I should study it. Maybe I should live it.” We love you, Lord. In
your precious name I pray. Amen. I’d like to ask you a question. Do you know for sure, if you died today,
would you go to heaven? You may say, “I’m not sure
if I’m going to heaven.” Maybe you’ve never even thought of it. But the Bible says you can be 100% sure
you are on your way to heaven. Now, according to the Bible, you need to
understand a few things in order to be able to receive salvation.
The first thing is this: The Bible says in Romans 3:23, “For all
have sinned, and come short of the glory of God”. The Bible tells us that “sin is
the transgression of the law.” When we break God’s law, we sin. And according
to that verse, we’ve all sinned. I’m a sinner; you’re a sinner. And unfortunately there are wages for
our sin. Romans 6:23 says, “For the wages of sin is death”. Now, the word
“wages” means payment. It’s what you earn. When I go to work, they give me
money. Those are my wages. But because of my sin, the wages is death. What I
earn is death. “For the wages of sin is death”. Now, when we think of death
most people think of a physical death, but Revelation 20:14-15 says, “And death
and hell were cast into the lake of fire.” (A reference to hell.) It says,
“This is the second death. And whosoever was not found written in
the book of life was cast into the lake of fire.” So, according to the Bible,
our wages for our sin is not just a physical death, but the second death.
You say, “What is the second death?” Being cast into the lake of fire. “This
is the second death.” What we earn because of our sin is death: a physical
death, a second death, which is being cast into the lake of fire. Revelation
21:8 says, “But the fearful, and unbelieving, and the abominable, and
murderers, and whoremongers, and sorcerers, and idolaters…”
Now that’s a pretty bad list, right? Murderers, whoremongers, sorcerers.
Most people would agree, a murderer, “Oh yeah. They’re going to go to hell.”
But notice he says, “But the fearful, and unbelieving, and the abominable, and
murderers, and whoremongers, and sorcerers, and idolaters…”
And at the end of that list he says this: “and all liars, shall have their
part in the lake which burneth with fire and brimstone: which is the second
death.” And the reason that God adds that sin of lying at the end of that
list, he’s trying to make a point, and the point is this: we’re all sinners.
Every human being has lied. And he’s trying to say there is none righteous;
we’ve all sinned; we all deserve to go to hell. Now that’s the bad news. I’m a
sinner; you’re a sinner, and we’re all initially condemned to hell, but the
gospel is the good tidings or the good news. Romans 6:23 says, “For the wages
of sin is death”. We understand what that means now. But the second part of
that verse says, “but the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our
Lord.” The Bible says that God has a gift he wants to give you and that gift
is eternal life. Now in Ephesians 2:8-9 the Bible says, “For by grace are ye
saved through faith”. The word “grace” means to get something you don’t
deserve. You didn’t earn it; you didn’t pay for it. “Are ye saved” is a
reference to being saved from hell, because I don’t want to go there. I’m
sure you don’t want to go there. The word “faith” means to believe. It
says, “For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves”. It
has nothing to do with you. Here’s why: “it is the gift of God: Not of works,
lest any man should boast.” A gift is not something you work for. A gift is
something that’s given to you. Someone else pays for it, but you don’t pay for
it. If I gave you a gift and I asked you to give me money for it, that wouldn’t
be a gift. If I gave you a gift, but I asked you to do something for it, that
wouldn’t be a gift. Now, the gift doesn’t cost you anything, but it costs the
person giving it to you something. And the gift of God is the exact same
way. Jesus had to pay for that gift. Romans 5:8 says, “But God commendeth his
love toward us, in that, while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us.” John
3:16, the most famous verse in the Bible, says, “For God so loved the world,
that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not
perish, but have everlasting life.” The gospel is this: Jesus Christ was
born of a virgin. He lived a sinless life; he never sinned, never did
anythitg wrong. He died on the cross, was buried. The Bible tells us his soul
went down to hell for three days and three nights, and he rose from the
grave, not to pay for his own sin, because he had no sin. He died to pay
for our sins. And see, it’s already been payed for. The gift has already been
paid for. Now you’ve got to understand this about the gift: John 3:16 says
“everlasting life”. The gift is everlasting life. The word “everlasting”
means it will last forever. Life that will last forever. It’s never going to
end. John 3:15 says “eternal life”. “Eternal” means it will never end. John
3:36 says “everlasting life”. Romans 6:23 says “eternal life”. All throughout
the Bible you find this concept: eternal life, everlasting life, life that will
last forever, life that will never end. According to John 3:36, you get it the
moment you believe. “He that believeth on the Son hath everlasting life”. Now,
some people think, “Well, I can receive salvation, but once I have it, if I do
something really bad, like commit adultery, like murder, commit suicide,
then God is going to take away my salvation.” But if he takes it away,
then it didn’t last forever. See, we’ve got to understand that salvation is not
something that we earn, and once we have it, it’s not something that we keep. The
Bible says in Titus 1:2, “In hope of eternal life, which God, that cannot
lie, promised before the world began”. See, our hope for eternal life is this:
God can’t lie. If God promised me eternal life, then guess what. It’s
eternal life. He promised me everlasting life, then it’s going to last forever.
You say, “Well, what if I do something really bad?” Well it’s not of ourselves.
It has nothing to do with me. It’s a gift that will last forever. Now here’s
the only thing you need to do: Just like any other gift, you get a
choice whether you’d like to accept it or reject it. You may ask, “Well, how do
I accept the gift of God?” Romans 10:9 says this: “That if…”
Now, it says “if” because you get a choice. He says, “if thou shalt confess
with thy mouth the Lord Jesus…” The word “confess” means to admit. You
say, “What an I admitting?” Well, you’re admitting you’re a sinner. You’re
admitting that you deserve to go to hell. But you’re asking for forgivness.
He says, “If thou shalt confess with thy mouth the Lord Jesus…” But it’s more
than just saying words. He also says, “…and shalt believe in thine heart
that God hath raised him from the dead…” You’re believing that Jesus
Christ died on the cross, was buried, and rose from the grave as a payment
for your sins. He says, “if thou shalt confess with thy mouth the Lord Jesus,
and shalt believe in thine heart that God hath raised him from the dead,” the
Bible says, “thou shalt be saved.” It doesn’t say you might be saved. It
doesn’t say you hopefully will be saved. God says, “I will save you if you
confess with your mouth and believe in your heart.” Notice you don’t have to go
to church. It doesn’t say you have to get baptized. It doesn’t say you have to
repent of your sins. It doesn’t say you have to do anything; simply believe and
ask him to save you. If you believe that in your heart, if you believe that Jesus
Christ died on the cross for your sins, was buried, rose from the grave, he
wants to give you a gift, it’s eternal life, then why don’t you just confess
with your mouth right now? I’d like to help you form a prayer. If
you believe that, why don’t you just pray with me right now: If you prayed that prayer and you
believed in your heart, according to the Bible, you’re now saved. You have
eternal life. Congratulations. Subtitles by the community

100 thoughts on “New World Order Bible Versions (Full Movie)”

  1. Thank you so much for this I learned on KJV and have since read the other versions because they were so called easier to understand Thank you for enlightening me I will only go by my KJV from here out Thank you and Thank you Father God You are faithful Lord to those called according to Your purpose Amen

  2. .

    The Bible 'book' is a compendium of fire side tales and fables,

    recounted orally for generations by goat herders and primitive tribes from the stone age, until writing was invented,

    and then again, many different sources, transliterations, and versions were copied and written down.

    ''The Bible was created during a time where stories were orally passed down over thousands of years.

    Stories constantly morphed and changed over time, and the Bible is a collection of these.

    This is why it has the nearly identical flood story from Gilgamesh, and why Jesus has the same characteristics as Dionysus, Osiris, Horus, Mithra, and Krishna.

    The contradictions and immorality in the stories are not evidence that God is flawed or evil,

    but rather that humans invented him, just like the thousands of other gods that we used to but no longer believe in.''

    …and to answer the questions of the many fears and mysteries of our universe, like 'thunder' and earthquakes, since there was no science yet.

    This is the old Testament.

    The �new� Testes is also hearsay since these letters, �gospels� and stories were written by the loyal faithful, the camp followers,

    not by objective historians at that particular time,

    or by any contemporary writers,

    and these tales were written many years after the supposed events of this mythical Jesus.

    Thus, there is no verifiable evidence of a Jesus in real documented history.

    Then, many of these stories, but not all, as many were not chosen,

    [ There are more than just four Gospels but only these four were agreed on ],

    were compiled for one self-absorbed converted Roman Emperor in his Nicean Council,

    for his expressed purpose of conquest and

    control of the people of Europe for his Holy Roman Empire.

    He recognised that this was the perfect religion/mythology for the future domination of the populaces.

    Half of the stories were ignored by the Nicean Bishops and none have been proven to be based on fact.

    This �Bable� book is backed up by absolutely no facts and no evidence.

    It is not proof for any god(s) ….(or of any jesus as a god…)

    It is a historical novel……


    The Bible is proof of a book ONLY (certainly not evidence of any gods…)

  3. I shared it with FB.. what do you think is the deception? The Bible speaks of? The dark being brought in to the light… I believe KJV, is the Bible, but concerning the barried transcripts?

  4. Are there not any kjv bibles written in todays english i dont mean changing the meaning just todays words and spelling?

  5. i must say this, the bible sais that in the end things that were hidden will be unhidden, therefore the truth is coming out, out of the depths of the earth. Yes, there are influences from lucipherians but not all are from them, God is letting the earth spit out the truth so we may open our eyes and ears

  6. KJV was written by freemason, hence the insertion of the word CHURCH, I would just use the mopst accurate version, closer to the meaning, Youngs Literal Translations the best imo!

  7. 22:20 German DIDNT practice gun control for Germans only their enemies the )ooz, Germany LOWERED the age for Germans to buy weapons from 18yo to 16yo.

  8. The SIX million number is religious for )ooz, therres 200 occurrences of this figure regarding )ooz perishing, starving or befalling some other ill fate from 1859 up into WW2, for isreal to be given to the )ooz SIX million )ooz had to vanish and the messiah to come and give them the land.

  9. The interesting thing is that we in Bulgaria know the same things for many years, but very few people accept them.

  10. at 46:20 it is said the the KJV used 99% of the available 5600 manuscripts to translate into the KJV, but that is just a flat out lie. The KJV was translated from editions that came from under 20 manuscripts we had available at the time. After the 1611 was completely translated is when most of the 5000+ manuscripts have since been found. I love the KJV but I just wish they wouldn't lie about the manuscripts it was translated from. Also, he said that the Majority Text is the Textus Receptus, for the record that is just another flat out lie. They are two completely different texts.

  11. You Must take eastern ortodox church wich are many differnt people ,states, lang, and for 2000 years they all have same bible and king james is 100 same with Eastern Ortodox

  12. That is exactly right. The original KJV is the only true and original version. We need to be extremely careful and not be deceived by others.

  13. Who rules the Church? The Jesuits
    Who wanted revenge on the Vatican? The Knights Templar.
    Knights Templar are the founders of the Jesuits.
    Like a chess game, you strategically place you important pieces ready for check mate.
    New Pope is a Jesuit. End of the Game. Oh, Jesuits got another Jesuit named Adam Weisaupt to help form the Illuminati.
    Get your connection to Jesus Christ.

  14. Great documentary, just one thing. 19:00 The original KJV1611 rendered Lucifer Sonne of the morning, meaning star of the morning. The KJV your are using today has changed Sun for Son, which is incorrect. Truly Lucifer is the light bearer, the star / sun of the 'morning'. Lucifer is not satan, but a consequence of a planet following satan.

  15. Look into adventist teachings about the mark of the beast with a earnest heart and prayer! Let God lead you and see what you will find.

  16. the king james version bible has power in their verses unlike the other false versions which have no power in their verses!

  17. the latest of satans lies is to create distrust in GOD is in global warming garbage in the worlds eyes the antichrist will fix that problem but only decieve them which are lost!!

  18. We God's People are the Church, not a building. Yes, satan wants to take us over! The more souls that he can get the more corrupt this world will become. As it is we are already seeing massive end times biblical signs. When these all converge we are done. Are you ready?

  19. If the KJV didn't have a Trinity vibe(catholic officals) and eliminated the original names(any satanist), then people would not have an excuse. That's what sent me to check other versions. All of them bad, but it sent me in that direction. Why won't someone make those changes, as people are tempted to go after other versions?!

    And, on Yahushua, where is it definitely said that He is Yahuwah?! Doesn't He pray to Yahuwah and doesn't David make Him smaller than Yahuwah in Psalms?! I think you presume too much. If there is somewhere that it happens in the KJV, then it should be fact checked–as the KJV(the ones we have today/there are earlier versions) isn't perfect either. THE KJV SEEMS TO BE THE BEST WE HAVE, BUT, AT THE VERY LEAST, THE TRINITY SEEMS cATHOLIC! BE CYNCICAL!

    I thought vain repetitions meant making prayers insincerely. Therefore, you're on autopilot; that's what I thought it meant.

  20. Spread the word, brothers and sisters: the King James Bible is the only reliable English translation of The Bible, and the others – as shown in this film – are highly suspect and Satan-inspired.

  21. Germany didn't disarm it's people in 1935, it was during the Weimar Republic. The year was 1918. You need to fact check your FILMS. Unless you like spreading lies!

  22. hitler wanted the same.a new wrld order,so did napoleon,ceasar,alexander the great and many more and all in secret occult societies,one thing has definately been learnt and that is deception and conditioning of the masses works better..

  23. Satan even works through YouTube to hide this video by forcing people to sign up or sign in before watching it by saying it may not be “appropriate” for some users…

  24. "…but a body Thou hast prepared for Me", thats the Son speaking to the Father in Hebrews 10:5, which is a quotation of a verse from O.T., Psalms i think. That verse shows the DEFINITE pre-existence of the Son who we know as Christ Jesus

  25. Research the lie that is NASA. They've been feeding us nonsense. The good news is, we are waking up. Lucifer is a coward. It's all tricks and deception. Don't buy his lies. We've already won and he knows it. The cabal is falling. Those that deny that Jesus Christ is the messiah are the enemy.

  26. I think these new Bible translations are inferior in many ways to the KJV. But, I don't think they are purposefully engineered to mislead people. In the forewords to these Bibles it tells you the intention and direction of the translation. As we know, some ancient texts have been discovered since the KJV was written that have a few missing words. The translators chose to omit these from their translation, because they believed these were added to help clarify what was being said. However, they still include them in the footnotes. So, it's there for you to study. The KJV was made with more care to never counter understood theology than these new translations, but that widely understood theology of the day can still be subject to scrutiny. Newer formal equivalence translations are made for those who seek to study the Bible in an as literal fashion as can be.

  27. They removed the words because they are creating a narrative that evil is an illusion and anyone who thinks it is true has a mental illness.

  28. The ESV in Isaiah 14 calls him tne Day star. These publishers are wicked & blind. wicked as hell. The KJV is the two edged sword.

  29. ESV reader here. I can get behind some aspects of this. But assuming that all the biblical scholars and translators behind Modern Versions are actually just corrupt workers of Satan is ridiculous. Textual Criticism and research into the earlier manuscripts be damned according to this. I appreciate this video because it helps me understand the KJV only position and where it comes from. But I think that some of the issues they are making a huge deal of are exaggerated and even misrepresented. I believe there are elites behind the scenes that are working towards a new world order. I just doubt that Biblical Scholars are responsible. I also think it's a bit foolish to limit yourself to only certain manuscripts and disregard all others including the ones dating within 100ish years of the originals. They don't matter, all that matters is the collection Erasmus used that was 1200 years removed from the originals. I don't see how that is a defensible position.

  30. it is very interesting and I appreciate the work people put here. But why there is so much shouting? I guess that the same message can be told in a bit calmer voice. omg.
    please, stop shouting!

  31. Ok, so I've only ever really read the KJV. I have tried reading other versions of the Bible, but they have always made me feel uneasy, so I can't even read them. I never looked into the differences though.

  32. Why those pastors are so excited? It’s written already in the Bible, what must happen will happen. Just prepare for it. Cheese, so annoying!
    And tiring.

  33. I am so glad to see this issue addressed at 1:10:19
    I cannot tell you how often I have had non-Christians "remind" me that "my" God teaches obedience to the government whenever I disagree with a liberal president. Christians give me the same argument when I disagree with a conservative president. I can overlook the ignorance of the non-believer trying to defend their stance but I am so tired of Christian brothers and sisters defending the immoral and criminal behavior of leaders just because that leader stands on our side of one decent thing they've done. Wrong is wrong and we have to hold each other to the standards of truth and justice. As a voter (conservative Independent) and in my everyday life, it's discouraging to see how willing we are to put on blinders for the behavior and actions some and not for others. I think we get so caught up in our patriotism that we forget Who our true King is.

  34. There was lots of stuff wrong in this. Like the word Lucifer is not in the Masoretic Text. It’s not a Hebrew word. It’s a Latin word. It means morning star son of the dawn.
    Also the word hell is not in the Masoretic Text either. Sheol is the underworld that’s what the text says.
    The kjv is a great translation but it has many problems just like every translation.

  35. What the Muslims believe has finally come to pass…..The Holy Bible HAS been corrupted in ( English ) with all these perverted versions. I have stopped using an NIV 14 years ago when I was given NKJV. I bought a KJV and I guess I'm getting rid of my NKJV today. Thank you so very much for putting this video together.

  36. All roads lead to that old scarlet harlot of Rome, and yet most all Christians show their allegiance to the authority of the beast by worshipping on the day of the sun.

  37. I wish protestant preachers would calm down and speak with dignity and authority instead of shouting and over excitability.
    Acting this way robs them any sense of being intelligent, engaging or being listenable.
    I'm interested in this subject and sympathetic to it, but I feel as though these men destroy the message by acting like crazy clowns.

  38. Why are you telling your followers to Marry the Marxist Luciferian State of the USA. You should be telling them to divorce the state as quickly as possible.

  39. This was a great film my family had a NKJV and we really never read it but then we got KJV and we
    started reading the Bible more! Keep making more films like this!

  40. Can't believe this is an age restricted video…
    I've been warning people about the new versions for 40 years..
    I can count my conversions on half a hand…😕

  41. Thank you Lord for this great video, for Pastor Anderson, pastor Jiminez, and all who took part to protect and preserve your holy word. ❤️

  42. Even though the KJV is the pure and correct version of God's word, and though one may read and study from this version, still come to believe another gospel, which is not another. The gospel is not Jesus' testimony (life, death, burial, resurrection, and ascension), but that we confess, repent of our sins, walk after, and keep His Law, the Ten Commandments, which is that good work we do by the power of the Holy Spirit, Whom we receive we repent of our sins with godly sorrow upon hearing Jesus' testimony. (Acts 15: 8-9)

  43. 1:29:00 Quote: the words did not change. end quote.

    1:30:05 Quote: But my words shall no pass away. end quote.

    1:30:19 Quote: I want to know specifically every Doctrine God has for me . end quote .

    What are those two dots → : ← ?

    Is that our Fathers word or mans word? Please do not say: That is a Colon, for that is mans word-meaning of those two dots, is it not?

    For you do not have authority to speak nor teach the Book of Revelation as stated by my Father at Rev 1.1 and Rev 22:6.

    For you have Not lived the Book of Daniel nor the Book of Revelation to know the code within. For there are only two men on earth that do have Authority that are still alive. One man in the USA, and I KING OF KINGS, AND LORD OF LORDS.

    John the Baptist

    For the peoples of earth cannot comprehend the SIN that has taken place on earth, in Our Father's name. When peoples of earth continue on their merry way, because Fact they are not conscious before His Facts = just as John the Baptist wrote; the inhabitants of the earth have been made drunk with the wine of her fornication.

    The depths of Satan evil, Satan's greatest delusions, for men and women in these times, do not understand.

    A Fact is a Fact, and a fact cares not about your emotions, because a fact will tell you the Fact – because your truth is different to my truth, although your Fact is the same as my Fact. And the Fact is, a Fact really does not care about your emotions at all. Before it become a Fact it was truth, it was hear say and peoples thinking on a subject or matter, then that information got sliced and beat up badly, and than it was healed and become a Fact.

    But watch out, a Fact will slap you in your face when your not watching, because you were expecting the truth; Hence why a Fact has no emotions, a fact will just let you how it is and that is a Fact.

    Stand for the Fact and the Fact will shine, stand in the light of that Fact and all Facts are shown.

    -~Faithful and True.

  44. Stop speaking and saying and talking the word 'Amen'.

    For a pray is a Contact with my Father. By speaking and saying and talking the word 'Amen' at the end of your Contact – you have now made that Contract Null and Void.

    The depths of Satan evil, Satan's greatest delusions, for men and women in these times, do not understand.

    -~Faithful and True.

  45. May God Bless these churches and pastors
    I cannot find one kjv only church in Taiwan
    Not to mention a dispensationalism church.

  46. Guyz convert to islam that is the only way to heaven prophet mohommad (pbuh) is the last prophet he was mentioned In Torah in bible
    But we all know bible has changed through time but not Quran our lord is one that is ALLAH we all come from same family our prophets was sent by the same lord but mistakenly you took jesus peace be upon him as you lord…
    That is totally false jesus pbuh never claimed himself a God brothers….
    We all know firstly moses pbuh came who came up with the religion of Judaism then jesus pbuh came who came up with the new religion that christianity and then at last the final prophet came mohommad peace be upon him..
    So follow him he is the only one who will take us to jannah….
    Read deeply bout the Quran and Islam…

  47. Mat 7:14 – My NKJV doesn't say "difficult", it says exactly what the KJV says – narrow is the way which leads to life and few there be that find it…so I'm confused by this supposed contradiction?

  48. Hello guys I am from Italy does anybody knows or can help me find a good italian translation of the King James Bible? Many italians versions of the Bible (including the one I have who my local church gave me) are really twisted and translated just bad, like heavy to read If you know what I mean. THE WORD OF GOD SHOULD NOT BE HEAVY TO READ. God bless every brother and sister from around the world that read this message I LOVE JESUS CHRIST AND ALL THE PEOPLE WHO BELIEVE IN OUR LORD I LOVE YOU

  49. I actually threw a NIV in the garbage. I didn’t have to read it to know a counterfeit. International gives it away.

  50. Do people actually believe this? Please do research out of KJV only circles. If you read the NIV or ESV, you will still get the gospel and a full understanding of everything God wants you to know

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