KJV-onlyism

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KJV 1611 vs. KJV 1769: The KJV-onlyist’s Looming Dilemma

“The only changes made since the 1611 trans­la­tion of the KJV until now have been changes of spelling or print­ing only.” I’ve heard this often, usu­al­ly from well-mean­ing peo­ple who wish to defend the King James Ver­sion’s pedi­gree as a “per­fect” trans­la­tion of the Bible. That state­ment, how­ev­er, is incor­rect; it is unfit for rep­e­ti­tion by …

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KJV-Only Schools, from David Cloud

Fun­da­men­tal Bap­tist and King James only­ist David Cloud com­piled a list of schools which he deter­mined to be friend­ly to the doc­trine of King James only­ism. Which schools made this elite cut?

Rick Beckman