By Dr. Peter S. Ruckman
KJV critics wish to fake that the KJV has been revised a few occasions. It has no longer. really, the single changes have been a handful of previous typographical mistakes through one or printers (which have been quick mounted) and the construction of uniform spelling.
"The English Bible as left through the translators has come all the way down to us unaltered in admire to its text."
In this paintings, Dr. Ruckman offers a list and critique of the variants of the approved Version.
Dr. Peter S. Ruckman bought his Bachelor of Arts measure from the collage of Alabama and entire his formal schooling with six years of teaching at Bob Jones collage (four complete years and sped up summer season sessions), finishing standards for the grasp of Arts and physician of Philosophy measure. studying at a expense of 7 hundred phrases in step with minute, Dr. Ruckman had controlled to examine 6,500 books prior to receiving his doctorate, and he nonetheless reads a normal of a publication every day. Dr. Ruckman stands for absolutely the authority of the approved model and provides no apology to any well-known pupil wherever for his stand. as well as preaching the gospel and instructing the Bible, Dr. Ruckman has produced a accomplished selection of apologetic and polemic literature and assets assisting the authority of the approved model of the Holy Scriptures.
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