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Bible Version Verse Comparison Charts
What's in YOUR Bible?

Original article source: av1611.com/kjbp/charts.html

Are all Bibles created equally? No. In fact, there is a real war on the Bible. One of the major fallacies many enemies of God (atheists in particular) make is that the Bible has been changed. But this is a lie. "For I am the LORD, I CHANGE NOT," (Malachi 3:6). The truth is that the Bible has been preserved throughout the centuries. The King James Bible stands as a testament to the incredible power of God to preserve his words. Jesus said, "Heaven and earth shall pass away, but my words shall not pass away," (Mark 13:31). Translated in 1611 in Great Britain, the King James Bible has been used to evangelize the world for the past 400 years. No other book has influenced poetry, literature, history, and controversy. It has comforted millions, rebuked billions, and has been both loved and hated by every race of man on earth.

The problem has been that men have thought of themselves as "wise" and therefore have attempted to correct God's word. This is why we have hundreds of Bible versions. But when compared to the King James Bible, they lack the power, the accuracy, and the words which make the Bible unique to other religious texts. Contrary to popular belief, the King James Bible was NOT translated with inferior manuscripts from the ancients. Instead, the KJB was translated with the SAME manuscripts available today to modern translators. The difference is the CHOICE and the PERSONAL MOTIVES of those translators. The translators of the King James Bible believed in God and his promises to preserve his word. The modern translators did not. Sadly, many modern translators are skeptics and critics of Christianity, hence why there is so much confusion.

  • Westcott and Hort's Magic Marker Binge (1/2), (2/2) Would you take a magic marker to your Bible and cross out words from passages? This chart illustrates what was done when the text used by Christianity for 1800 years was replaced with a text assembled by Westcott and Hort in the nineteenth century and now serves as the basis for nearly all modern New Testament translations.
  • Various contradictions and omissions A table-style view of some differences between Bible versions including verses that are indisputably contradictory.
  • Bible Versions and the Preeminence of Christ A table-style view of how our Lord is addressed in different Bible versions.

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