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The Doctrine of the Bible

The term Bibliology (from the Greek biblos, meaning “book”) refers to the study of the nature of the Bible as revelation. It often includes such topics as revelation, inspiration, inerrancy, preservation, canonicity, illumination, and interpretation.

Hebrew Masoretic Text ed. Ben-Chayyim–single PDF file

The Greek Textus Receptus (ed. Scrivener) online–The Exact Greek Text underlying the Authorized Version, with the variants in the Westcott-Hort text listed as footnotes

Download a Free Facsimile of the 1611 Edition of the King James Version

A Declaration of My Own Position on the Inspiration and Preservation of Holy Scripture  Comment on this Declaration, part 1  part 2   Subscribe to this Declaration

A Video Presentation of the Bible’s Teaching on Its Own Inspiration and Preservation

How Long Were the Original Manuscripts Around? Considerations on the NT Autographa and Early NT Apographa from Scripture and Patristic Writers

Is the modern Critical Text of the New Testament inerrant, like the Textus Receptus is Inerrant? With A Consideration of the Question of Which Edition of the Textus Receptus is Perfect

Texts Where the Deity of Christ is Attacked or Denied in Modern Bible Versions because of Corruptions in the Greek Critical Text, with a Brief Defense of the Textus Receptus in These Passages 

An Instance in the New Testament where the Critical Text Rejects All Manuscript Evidence

The Canonicity of the Received Bible Established From Baptist Confessions

A Video Presentation on Baptist Confessions of Faith and the Preservation of Scripture

Are Accurate Copies and Translations of Scripture Inspired? A Study of 2 Timothy 3:16

A Review of H. D. Williams’ book, The Miracle of Biblical Inspiration

Is the King James Version Inspired? A Discussion

The Debate over the Inspiration of the Hebrew Vowel Points

Evidences for the Inspiration of the Hebrew Vowel Points

Is It True That No Two NT Manuscripts Are The Same?

Is the King James Version Too Hard to Understand? A Scriptural Analysis

The Antiquity of the Hebrew Language, Letters, Vowels, and Accents, John Gill

The Bibliology of Joshua

An Analysis of All the Variations Between the Textus Receptus and the Westcott-Hort Greek text in Matthew 1-10, Demonstrating the Theological and Literary Inferiority of the Critical Text to theTextus Receptus

Kutilek’s Incredible Errors

What About Ruckman?  by David Cloud

The Problem with New Age Bible Versions by Gail Riplinger–a review by David Cloud

Information about the Spanish Bible-particularly the Gomez edition (RVG) of the Reina Valera  Order single copies of the Reina-Valera Gomez (RVG) here

Purchase a copy of the perfectly preserved Word of God–the Hebrew and Greek Textus Receptus (order code HEGRB)

Introduction to the Ginsburg Edition of the Hebrew Old Testament, Alfred S. Geden & R. Kilgour—An Introduction to the edition published by the Trinitarian Bible Society

Purchase a copy of Thou Shalt Keep Them: A Biblical Theology of the Perfect Preservation of Scripture

A Response to Aaron Blumer, “Preservation How and What?” by Kent Brandenburg, part 1 part 2 part 3 part 4 part 5 part 6 part 7 part 8 part 9

Purchase a Copy of The Grammatical Blueprint Bible — The Textus Receptus Diagrammed With Interlinear English Translation, made by a fundamental Baptist scholar

Biblical Presuppositions on the Bible Version Issue, David Cloud 

The Erroneous Epistemology of Modern Bible Version Advocates, Kent Brandenburg: part 1 part 2 part 3 part 4 part 5 part 6

Preservation Passages Exposited, Kent Brandenburg, Thomas Strouse, & Thomas Ross: Psalm 12:6-7

Psalm 12:6-7 (#2)   Commentators on Psalm 12:6-7 and the Preservation of Words   Isaiah 59:21   Matthew 4:4   Revelation 22:18-19   “It Is Written”

“And These Three Are One”; A Case for the Authenticity of 1 John 5:7-8 Rooted in Biblical Exegesis, Jesse M. Boyd

The King James Version Defended, by Edward F. Hills

Forever Settled, Jack Moorman

Missing in Modern Bibles (Modern Bibles: The Dark Secret), Jack Moorman

Conies, Brass, and Easter:  Answers to Twenty-One “Problem” Passages in the Authorized, King James Version, Jack Moorman

Where the KJV Departs From the “Majority” Text, Jack Moorman

English Bible Translations, William Einwechter

The Excellence of the Authorized Version, William Einwechter

KJV Questions and Answers, Jeffrey Khoo

Kept Pure in All Ages, Jeffrey Khoo

The Ancient Text of the New Testament, Jakob van Bruggen

Theological Heresies of Westcott and Hort, as seen in their own writings, Donald A. Waite

The Revision Revised, John William Burgon 

The Traditional Text of the Holy Gospels Vindicated and Established, John William Burgon

The Causes of the Corruption of the Traditional Text of the Holy Gospels, John William Burgon

The Last Twelve Verses of Mark, John William Burgon

Codex B and Its Allies: A Study and an Indictment, Herman C. Hoskier, vol. 1   vol 2

The Integrity of the Greek Vulgate, Frederick Nolan 

Logical Criticisms of Textual Criticism, by Gordon Clark

The Translators Revived:  a Biographical Memoir of the Authors of the English Version of the Holy Bible [KJV], Alexander W. McClure

The Identity of the New Testament Text, Wilbur N. Pickering (note: Pickering is an advocate of Byzantine priority rather than specifically the Textus Receptus, and he also rejects Biblical cessationism for the serious error of the continuation of the sign gifts.  The book linked to here is valuable, but one must exercise serious caution when examining his writings.)

A New Plea for the Authenticity of the Text of the Three Heavenly Witnesses, Charles Forster

“King James Only”: What Does It Mean and Not Mean? David Cloud

The Prologue to the Canonical Epistles by Jerome: Ancient Testimony to 1 John 5:7

“They Pierced My Hands and My Feet”: the KJV reading of Psalm 22:16

The Translation “Lucifer” in the KJV, Isaiah 14:12

Daniel 3:25: “the Son of God” or “a son of the gods”?

Is “God forbid” a mistranslation in the KJV?

Answers to Specific Objections to the King James Bible  (Note:  While many of these answers are great, and this website has a lot of useful material, some answers have problems, and posting the link is not a blanket endorsement.)

Judges 18:30:  Moses or Manasseh? Quek Suan Yew

The Dean Burgon Society and the King James Bible Research Council:  Should I join them?

Material on verbal, plenary preservation from the Far Eastern Bible College (Bible Presbyterian Church)

A Critique of God’s Word in Our Hands: The Bible Preserved for Us, Thomas Strouse

Bob Jones University and the KJV:  A Critique of From the Mind of God to the Mind of Man, Jeffrey Khoo

Errors in the King James Version? A Response to William W. Combs of Detroit Baptist Seminary, Jeffrey Khoo

The Emergence of Neo-Fundamentalism:  One Bible Only? or “Yea Hath God Said?” Jeffrey Khoo

New International Version:  What Today’s Christian Needs to Know About the NIV (Trinitarian Bible Society), part 1   part 2  (valuable articles, although the author is wrong about the Hebrew vowels, which are inspired and original.)

The New International Version:  Inclusive Language Edition, a review by G. W. & D. E. Anderson

What’s the Scoop on the New King James Version?

The New King James Version (NKJV):  Just “Easier to Read,” or an Inferior Translation that (among other Problems) is Weaker on Sodomy?

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