Series 11 Lessons:
1) Shouldn’t We Be Loyal to the Originals? – This lesson deals with the manuscript support for modern versions and the extant witnesses of the text.
2) Where Do Manuscripts Come From? – This lesson reveals the two locations from where biblical manuscripts originate.
3) Must There Be A Perfect Bible In Every Language? – This question is answered as well as a review of the development of English. The advantages of consistent Bible reading are spelled out.
4) What About the Revisions in the King James Bible? – The myth that there have been numerous revisions of the King James Bible is exposed and what really took place is shown.
5) Was King James a Homosexual? – The character of King James is exonerated of this unjustified charge.
6) What is the LXX? – The historical teaching concerning the LXX is examined.
7) Was the King James Bible Good Enough for Paul? – This absurd question is answered in a manner that is enlightening to the student. There is also a revealing insight into the hearts and minds of the Founding Fathers of the United States as well as revealing evidence of the influence the Authorized Version has had in our common English speech.
8) What About the Archaic Words? – Yes, there are archaic words in the King James Bible. But do we need an entirely new translation to deal with them?
9) The Italics – Everyone knows about the italicized words in the King James Bible. But few know about the italicized words in modern versions. They all have them! This is the most in-depth study of italicized words available. As many as fifteen versions are examined with testimony received from versions that precede the King James.
10) The Roman Catholic Church – The part the Roman Catholic Church has played in the history of the Bible is thoroughly examined.
11) Is Easter a Mistranslation? – This is a classic attack which even stuns some Bible believers. Yet the text is justified by the internal evidence. Also illustrated here is the “game” modern translators play when issuing a new version. Then the translational flaws of modern versions are illustrated and the classic teaching of “agape” and “phileo” are viewed from a biblical perspective.
12) Why Can’t We Just Blast ’em? – Should a Bible-believing college student make trouble for his unbelieving college? This question is handled in detail and the student’s energy directed in more useful endeavors.