Does God promise to preserve His word? Has God preserved His word into languages other than Hebrew, Chaldee, and Greek? Is there a real and determined Satanic policy of evil that is attacking the word of God, or is the Bible to be treated as 'just another book' having no more threat to it than any of the other books written by men? Are we to believe, as the modern Bible critics tell us, that divine inspiration (if it existed) only existed in the "original autographs," and until scholars reconstruct those autographs, we can only know a percentage of what God actually said? And which English Bible (if any) is the inerrant and infallible word of God?
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This series of lessons answers these and many other important questions as to the accuracy and superiority of the King James Bible and our position that it is, indeed, the inerrant and infallible word of God in the English language. As products of modern Bible seminaries, institutes, colleges, and schools, pastors and teachers of the Bible who continually "correct" God's word and claim that there is no such thing as a reliable English translation find themselves asking the very question used by the Adversary, Satan himself, when he successfully corrupted the mind of the woman in the garden of Eden when he asked her, "Yea, hath God said?" But you don't have to be the victim of this part of the policy of evil. You can have unshakable confidence that you can hold the living words of the living God in your hand, and you can have absolute assurance that the words you read on its pages really are "quick, and powerful
, and sharper than any twoedged sword." There are a total of 75 lessons in this series (lessons #37 and #75 not recorded due to technical problems).