An Evaluation of the Work of Charles Surrett on Preservation

Chuck Surrett has recently released a short white paper of sorts, arguing in some detail but in admirable brevity what I’ve also read in his two books: that the Bible teaches perfect preservation of the…

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An Evaluation of the Work of Charles Surrett on the New King James Version

I love my brothers and sisters in Christ who insist on the exclusive use of the King James Version, because we have a “like precious faith” in the biblical gospel—and because certain of those brothers…

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KJV-Only People Are Asking the Same Questions I Am about the Readability of the KJV

The UK’s Trinitarian Bible Society is one of the most serious and sober KJV-Only organizations active today. They are involved in Bible translation projects around the world. It is their printing of Scrivener’s Greek New…

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Another False Friend

When you know a helpful label and understand the phenomenon it is naming, you see that phenomenon better than you did before. So it is with the central concept of Authorized: “false friends.” I was…

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It Happened Again with the KJV

I’m almost done with a year-long project writing a BJU Press Bible textbook on biblical worldview for sixth graders. I needed to quote a verse that helps them understand that Christians are called to live…

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Ask Nicely for Your Church, School, or Camp to Move away from the KJV

There’s a beautiful Christian camp I’ve been to many times which serves my hometown crowd of more or less independent, baptistic churches. Anybody who knows me can guess which camp I’m talking about, but please…

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