A Reader Writes

A regular reader, Brother Mike Sutherland who makes frequent comments to these blog posts has posted an excellent piece in the comment...

Another Word Study

There are two words used in a King James Bible that in private conversation are sometimes interchanged one for the other, but should be...

A Closer Look at Words

As has been said in previous posts, Paul Scott and I share in our esteem for the Oxford English Dictionary. I would encourage every...

Special Message

June 11, 2017 To my people, a letter from your pastor; Three times in a year shall all thy males appear before the LORD thy God in the...

A look at Castles

In accordance with one of the missions of this website we will look at an English word that is not necessarily an issue within various...

A Hopeful Event

For some time I have decried the lack of any serious bible printer who was willing to print the Cambridge Bible as AW Pollard edited it...

The Next 100 Years Part II

We can now say with some certainty due to Joey Faust's excellent book The Word: God Will Keep It, that the English speaking public...

Stablish or Establish

If you consult with a modern source dictionary about the word stablish, you’ll likely find it dismissed and changed to established. My...

The Next 100 Years Part I

The 100 years that followed the introduction of Benjamin Blayney's fine editorial work were productive years for the English speaking...

The 1769 Blayney Edition

When the 1762 Parris Edition was released by Cambridge the Clarendon Press (Oxford's printing arm) realized that their century long...

Why Which?

A recurring criticism of the King James Bible has been the use of the word "which" in Philippians 4:13, I can do all things through...