Thursday, December 23, 2010

Coincidence or Conspiracy?

In March of 1993 Dr. Bill Grady published his book Final Authority and in the same month and year, ironically or maybe not, Dr. Riplinger published the now international bestseller New Age Bible Versions.  Both of these books were about to blow the cover off the ancient heresies contained in the modern versions while confirming the authority, historicity, and purity of the The Holy Bible authorized by King James and completed in 1611.  October 23, 1995, Christianity Today reported, "Among conservative Christians, a grassroots backlash against contemporary English-language Bibles has triggered a renewed interest in the famed King James Version with its word-for-word translation and its longstanding authority."  With all this in mind, what are the odds that the definitive book against the The Holy Bible was published in this same time frame?  That's right; James White's The King James Only Controversy in April of 1995.  Coincidence?  I think not; especially after doing an etymology on the word con-spir-acy.

2 Tim (Paul's 13th Epistle noting the last days apostasy in the church) 3:13
But evil men and seducers shall wax worse and worse, deceiving, and being deceived.


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