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Answering Common Attacks/Criticisms Against our Stand for the KJB (pt.2)

4. Most Christians do not hold to your position, it is not the historic fundamentalist position.  Wouldn’t the attitude of Jesus Christ and the apostles concerning the word of God be the historic example we should follow? Where did they EVER cast doubt on the word of God? Did they not believe the scriptures they had access to was the perfect word of God? They didn’t have the originals! Church history proves NOTHING as far as doctrine is concerned. Apostasy began before Paul even died. I am a Bible believer, not just a fundamentalist. A fundamentalist holds to a few fundamental doctrines but I believe all the words of God. Genuine Bible believers have never been in the majority among professing Christians, especially in the last days! There are about 8 billion people on the planet. How many do you think are really saved? Among those that are, how many really believe the word of God? Among those that do, how many rightly divide it? Scary isn’t it! In Noah’s day there were only 8 believer…

Answering Common Attacks/Criticisms Against Our Stand for the KJB (part 1)

Holding fast the faithful word as he hath been taught, that he may be able by sound doctrine both to exhort and to convince the gainsayers. (Titus 1:9)
Just like there is no need to talk up a lion (just turn him loose and he will take care of himself) the King James Bible certainly doesn’t need us to defend it (2 Cor. 13:8). But for the sake of trying to help those that are opposing themselves by gainsaying the word of God, it is good for us to be able to convince them of their error (2 Tim. 2:23-26). There is a difference between those who are truly seeking the truth and those who have stubbornly closed their heart and mind to it. I wouldn’t waste my time with the latter. Sometimes we should answer a fool according to his folly and sometimes we should not (Prov. 26:4-5). It is a good testimony for us to give an answer for what we believe (Prov. 22:17-21; Col. 4:6; 1 Pet. 3:15). It is not about winning a debate but glorifying God and helping others. I can only be brief in these posts, …

1 John 1:9

1 John 1:8-10 If we say that we have no sin, we deceive ourselves, and the truth is not in us.If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins, and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness.10 If we say that we have not sinned, we make him a liar, and his word is not in us.
John was an apostle to the circumcision (Gal. 2:9) and he aimed these remarks at unbelieving Jews. It would only be the self-righteous who would say that they had no sin (Jer. 2:35; Matt. 9:10-13; Jn. 8:31-47). That God’s word was not IN them meant that they had not really believed it. John calls them liars (2:4; Jn. 8:44). The tribulation period will be a time of great deception. Many will be deceived by the antichrist and false prophet because they first deceived themselves (v.8; Jam. 1:22). 1 John 1:9 is one of the most misunderstood and misapplied verses in the Bible. The root problem, as always, is a failure to rightly divide the word of truth. This verse was not written to the Body of Ch…