Genuine Foundational Church Growth
There Is A Need
How To Gather As Christians
Growing in Grace and Knowledge
Church vs. Cult
Definitions From Scripture
Majority Greek Text vs. Modern Translations
From Europe to the Near East, 95% of the Bibles were based upon the Greek text known as the Byzantine, Antioch, Textus Receptus, or Majority Text. The modern English versions since 1881 are from a variant 4th-5th C. text from Alexandria, Egypt. It reflects what you might expect from the Alexandrian School of philosophers and Gnostics which is... (1) Jesus wasn't the Christ, (2) Christ didn't come in the flesh, and (3) Jesus didn't recognize God as his father. (See 1 John 4:3, KJV) Westcott & Hort and Modernist Liberals prefer it because that is what they believe. See Les Garrett's videos for the evidence:
Which Bible Can We Trust? Vol 1 Vol 2
The Authority of Church Elders in the New Testament
It meticulously examines every relevant passage in the New Testament scriptures. Read the Abstract and introductory sections in Chapter I on Methodology, The Semantics of Authority, and Thesis. Then read the Concluding Observations at the end of chapters 2 through 6. Then delve into Chapter 7 which sums up the subject of authority and the role it plays as Position, Responsibility, Power and Influence.
The Great Ecclesiastical Conspiracy by Davis & Clark
The only real problem we see with the King James Version is that the
translation team was under the direction of Bishop Bancroft to maintain
the ecclesiastical terminology of the high church which was designed to
establish and preserve a clergy/laiety hierarchy through abuse of the Greek.
Chapter 2 is a detailed exegesis of the Greek words that were mis-translated.
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Johannic Baptism by James W. Dale
"One Lord" - An Anthem by Alan Hemenway
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