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Is Our English Bible Inspired? Is the King James Bible perfect or just "a good translation? 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 opi Is the King James Bible perfect or just "a good translation?
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May show signs of minor shelf wear and contain limited notes and highlighting. Seller Inventory X Ships with Tracking Number! May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. John says that the words of Jesus, the living bread, are spirit and life. God ordained that Jesus' ministry would flourish there. This follows Messianic prophecy of Isaiah , fulfilled in Matthew All the disciples except Judas were Galileans. Believers were scattered there after Stephen's stoning; churches were established there at an early time.
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The Lord's ministry in that land of many languages foreshadows the very early translation of the Bible. The Bible has been translated, published in written form, and preached since Acts 16 languages here , I Corinthians , Colossians and 22, Romans , and Romans Portions of Daniel are Aramaic. God gave Hebrew to Adam.
There is a single New Testament reference which I believe confirms the belief that Hebrew was the original language and is the language of God. In Acts Paul told Agrippa "And when we were all fallen to the earth, I heard a voice speaking unto me, and saying in the Hebrew tongue, Saul, Saul, why persecutest thou me?
In the providence of God Hebrew expressions somehow flow naturally into English. Hebrew idioms became English idioms because the KJB translators so faithfully respected and followed Hebrew word order.
The English remembered God's promise to Abraham, "I will bless them that bless thee," and gained a world empire as Spain lost one. The vernacular nature of the Bible, the priesthood of the believer, preservation by translation and useage, respectful and exact faithfulness of the KJB translators to Hebrew and Greek, and humble faith on our part, all point toward inspiration of the KJB itself. James H. Sightler, M.
What Is Bible "Inspiration"? : Christian Courier
Sightler Publications September 1, Our Bible, the King James Version, is scripture and is also vernacular as it should be if we are to search the scriptures as the noble Bereans did. Therefore many of them believed; also of honourable women which were Greeks, and of men, not a few. Man did not evolve and language has not either. In the providence of God English is more efficient and compact and expressive than any other language.
In its day the Koine Greek was a world language, but now that world language is English and Koine Greek is spoken nowhere. Still there are vernacular translations in other languages, French, German, Italian, and Spanish which conform very closely to the King James Version. We can therefore be concerned with the smallest elements of language as it is conveyed by the Bible, with the alphabet itself and simple phonemes.
These are used in the Bible as in no other book. The very smallest of these elements, letters, vowels, consonants, and syllables, were given to us by God. The nature of the letters and syllables and their arrangement into sequences are crucial to making the meaning of words and passages intelligible to us, so that they stand alone without need of lexicon or commentary. There is an important word which applies to these small elements of language and to their combination into understandable syllables and words.