Those who attack the King James Bible are way off in their attempted smears against it.
ANDREW BOLT: John, it struck me, that the only reason Russia, alone on the Security Council, would vote to stop an independent inquiry into how that plane was shot down (Australians died), is that it knows who shot it down, and it knows it would be fingered.
JOHN ROSKAM: And that sounds right. And what Tony Abbott and Julie Bishop have done is outstanding; it has led the world; Australians should be proud of what we’ve done. And what Russia’s done is just so disappointing.
ANDREW BOLT: But it’s [a] frightening glimpse into what a new strong Russia — its role in the world.
JOHN ROSKAM: A new geo-politics of Russia in the Ukraine, Russia in Eastern Europe, facing a weakened, softened United States.
ANDREW BOLT: A deliberately weakened and softened United States.
ACTS AND MONUMENTS 1583 BY JOHN FOX
The history of D. Rouland Taylour, which suffered for the truth of Gods word, vnder the tyranny of the Romayne Byshop. 1555. the 9. day of February.
THe towne of Hadley was one of the first that receaued the worde of God in all Englande at the preachinge of M. Thomas Bilney: By whose industrye the Gospell of Christ had such gracious successe, and took such root there, that a great number of that parishe became exceeding wel learned in the holye scriptures, as well women as men: so that a man might haue found among them many that had often read the whole Bible through, and that coulde haue sayd a great part of S. Paules epistles by hart, and very wel & readily haue geuen a godly learned sentence in any matter of controuersie. Their children and seruantes were also brought vp and trayned so dilligently in þe right knowledge of Gods worde, that the whole towne seemed rather an Vniuersitie of þe learned, then a town of Clothmaking or labouring people: And that most is to be commended, they were for the more part faythfull followers of Gods word in their liuing.
In this towne was D. Rouland Taylor, Doctour in both the Ciuill and Canon lawes, and a right perfect Diuine, parson. Who at his first entring into his benefice, …
FOX’S BOOK OF MARTYRS EDITED BY S. G. POTTER
The town of Hadleigh, in Suffolk, was one of the first that received the word of God in all England, by the preaching of Master Thomas Bilney; by whose industry the gospel of Christ had such gracious success, and took such root, that a great number in that parish became well learned in the holy scriptures, as well women as men, so that there were among them many that had often read the whole Bible through, and that could have said a great part of St. Paul’s epistles by heart; and very well and readily have given a godly judgment in any matter of controversy. Their children and servants were also brought up and trained so diligently in the right knowledge of God’s word, that the whole town seemed rather a university of the learned than a town of cloth-making or labouring people; and, what is more to be commended, they were for the most part faithful followers of God’s word in their living.
Dr. Rowland Taylor, doctor of both the civil an canon law, and a right perfect divine, was parson of this town Hadleigh; and at his first entering into his benefice …
FOX’S BOOK OF MARTYRS EDITED BY W. GRINTON BERRY
A FAITHFUL PARISH CLERGYMAN: THE HISTORY OF DR ROWLAND TAYLOR, HADLEY
The town of Hadley was one of the first that received the Word of God in all England. The Gospel of Christ had such gracious success, and took root there, that a great number of that parish became exceeding well learned in the Holy Scriptures, as well women as men, so that a man might have been found among them many, that had often read the whole Bible through, and that could have said a great sort of St Paul’s Epistles by heart, and very well and readily have given a godly learned sentence in any matter of controversy. Their children and servants were also brought up and trained so diligently in the right knowledge of God’s Word, that the whole town seemed rather a University of the learned, than a town of cloth-making or labouring people; and (what most is to be commended) they were for the more part faithful followers of God’s Word in their living.
In this town was Dr Rowland Taylor, who at his first entering into his benefice …
FOX’S BOOK OF MARTYRS EDITED BY W. B. FORBUSH
Dr. Rowland Taylor, vicar of Hadley, in Suffolk, was a man of eminent learning, and had been admitted to the degree of doctor of the civil and canon law.
The book, “Multiple Fulfilments of Bible Prophecy”, available here, http://www.bibleprotector.com/prophecy deals with the issues discussed by Steve Gregg:
Historicism is more detailed than the simplified explanation he gives in the second video. For a much fuller explanation, see the book linked above.
In an article attempting to uphold a proper, Protestant view of Scripture, Answers in Genesis introduce the terminology of a non-Christian religion.
The following non-Christian words are used:
What is ironic is that this article contains criticism of first century Judaism and of Higher Criticism, yet employs the very language in line with what it supposedly is refuting. Also, using a modern version, particularly one of the worst paraphrases, does not add any credibility to an argument about trying to maintain doctrinal standards in regards to the inerrancy, infallibility and inspiration of Scripture. It becomes transparently hypocritical to claim to be standing for truth and yet embracing the words of a different religion and/or heretical movement.
THE COMING RESTORATION
Hagin, Kenneth, 1985, The Coming Restoration, RHEMA, Tulsa, OK, USA.
This little booklet is about Pentecostal aspirations for the future of the Church prior to the Second Coming.
God’s endtime plan includes a time of restoration of His glory, a time of restoration of His power, a time of restoration of His gifts and ministries to the Church.
Are times getting darker? Yes, for the world, but according to this view, not necessarily for Christians: “For, behold, the darkness shall cover the earth, and gross darkness the people: but the LORD shall arise upon thee, and his glory shall be seen upon thee.” (Isaiah 60:2).