Welcome, KJV-Onlyists

I have noticed that when blogs are fea­tured on such as Digg or Slash­dot, it is com­mon­place for a post to be made, wel­com­ing vis­i­tors from those sites, per­haps as a way to express appre­ci­a­tion for being fea­tured but also to wel­come all the new vis­i­tors wan­der­ing around aim­less­ly on your domain.

Tim­o­th­y’s Bur­den like­ly has a snow­bal­l’s chance of ever being fea­tured on such sites. I sim­ply don’t blog about what they want to know about, which is fine.

How­ev­er, I have been pleas­ant­ly sur­prised today, with the first King James Only­ists reply­ing to the chal­lenge I made to them about three months ago. Appar­ent­ly, my good friend Ryan of The Bible Senders (a min­istry which is King James Only, with­in which I serve as web­site designer/tech guy) came across the King James Only Chal­lenge recently,:”(Which isn’t sur­pris­ing; it’s linked to in my sig­na­ture on The Fel­low­ship Hall, of which Ryan is a promi­nent mem­ber.)”: post­ing a link to it on var­i­ous King James Only mes­sage boards.

So to the users of KJBChurch.com, FundamentalPreaching.com, and Online Bap­tist,:”(Which I’m sur­prised at, as they are using unsta­ble, and thus pos­si­bly inse­cure, beta soft­ware to pow­er such a pop­u­lar mes­sage board… I could­n’t count the num­ber of times the phpBB Group has cau­tioned not to use phpBB 3 Beta in a live envi­ron­ment, even if I want­ed to…)”: I say wel­come to Tim­o­th­y’s Bur­den! Make your­selves at home!

2 thoughts on “Welcome, KJV-Onlyists”

  1. :) Why do I sense a calm before the storm?

    Just so every­one is clear, I will not be par­tic­i­pat­ing heav­i­ly in the KJVO debate, because I am so igno­rant of the top­ic. I might make a com­ment, but please do not try to engage me in long-wind­ed arguments.

  2. Wow, it’s pret­ty busy for AOMinistries.

    Just a request, please be pray­ing for Dr.White as he con­tin­ues to fight this lost tomb of Jesus myth. Thanks! :)

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