But of these who seemed to be somewhat, (whatsoever they were, it maketh no matter to me: God accepteth no man's person:) for they who seemed to be somewhat in conference added nothing to me, Galatians 2:6.
This blog was started in February of 2017 and will be five years old in just a couple of short months. It's primary purpose was to distinguish the Cambridge Text of the King James Bible as it was edited in the early 20th century from other editions or texts of the King James Bible. We have published posts on its history, its editing process and problems with alternative texts.
We have also examined words as used in our King James Bible to highlight the excellence of its text and to educate our readers as to the excellence of the fine word smithing evident in our bible. As many of my readers know, I also write about doctrine. When I write about doctrine, I am not wedded to any theology. I am wedded to the words of God as represented by the King James Bible. I know no other authority for faith or practice.
For a doctrine to be true it most be exactly what a King James Bible says in its proper context and applied to the people and time for whom it is intended. I occasionally receive communications or writings from good men who when they argue a point, refer to Greek or Hebrew to help make their point. They might as well make reference to wind speeds on the Martian plains as recorded by our latest probes. Discourses on Greek or Hebrew renderings add absolutely nothing to me.
If a writer feels a need to resort to Greek or Hebrew, that writer needs to offer no greater proof that he has strayed from what a King James Bible says. I am always certain that the writer's ability in the ancient languages has no comparison to the excellency of the King James Translation. An earlier post Exploding the Myth of the Greek explains the futility of their Greekifying. It has never been answered and is unanswerable. The King James Bible is the word of God. That is final. It needs no other explanation than for me to clearly state that what a King James Bible says is what God says.