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A Charted History of the Bible
James C. Kahler

The text and charts found within this volume will help the reader clearly understand the order and validity of the many English Bibles which have been printed over the centuries.

The charts are clear and concise and not overloaded with trivial information. The text of the book itself is a masterpiece in the art of delivering an immense amount of information in just a few paragraphs.
Gipp's Understandable History of the Bible
Dr. Samuel C. Gipp

The history of the Bible... in plain language. This is a much needed source that explains how we got our Bible in an easily understood text, and is an excellent book for all Christians, from new converts to veteran pastors.
Lest We Forget
Dr. Bob Walker

Lest We Forget revisits the history of our English Bible by giving an overview of those involved in translating the word of God into the English language from the late 1300's to 1611. It chronicles the lives and sacrifices of those men as well as the Bibles they produced.
Is Our English Bible Inspired?

Dr. Samuel C. Gipp

Is the King James Bible perfect or just "a good translation?" Sometimes a defense of the Bible raises more questions than it answers. Not here.

In this book, Dr. Gipp gives in-depth yet understandable answers on the issue of our inspired Bible. Furthermore, the position is defending by using the Bible, the "final authority in all matters of faith and practice," not the opinions of men.

The Answer Book
Dr. Samuel C. Gipp

A classic, this book answers over sixty of the most commonly asked questions concerning the King James Bible. In print for over 15 years, and none of the information has ever been refuted.
The Certainty of the Words

Kyle Stephens

A question that has often been raised is whether the King James Bible really reflects all the meaning of the original languages. Does is say all it should? Are there particles of truth lost in translation?

This book defending the AV 1611 answers the question of how the King James Bible resolves the ambiguity of the original languages.

813 pages, softcover.

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