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Whether or not God has preserved His written word and whether or not the Bible is trustworthy should be of paramount importance for all Bible-believing Christians who care about truth and believe the Scripture is the sole authority for their faith.

Bible-believing Christians need to know what exactly is wrong with modern Bible translations, and why they shouldn’t read them. In less than 3 hours, the documentary Bridge To Babylon: Rome, Ecumenism & The Bible – A Lamp In The Dark Part III explains exactly what is wrong with today’s modern Bible translations.

The documentary outlines the controversy surrounding the King James Bible and today’s modern Bible translations and shows how the 1881 revision of the New Testament by Westcott and Hort transformed biblical scholarship, inspired the work of various Bible Societies, and paved the way for ecumenical unity between Evangelicals and Roman Catholics.

The documentary is well researched and provides the answers for why the King James Bible alone is trustworthy and today’s English versions of the Bible are not.

Christians have no excuses for not taking time to watch this documentary and to learn how Satan has used the modern Bible versions to undermine the truth of God’s words.

“But this I confess unto thee, that after the way which they call heresy, so worship I the God of my fathers, believing all things which are written in the law and in the prophets”  Acts 24:14 KJV

Peace.

I.M. Kane


 

 

 

 

 

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If you’ve been taught that all Bible translations are basically the same, and it really doesn’t matter which version you read because they all say the same thing but in a different way, then you need to hear this presentation from the Underground Christian Network’s, Theo Hikmat. Hikmat provides answers for where the new Bible translations came from, who compiled them, how they were translated, and what they teach. Hikmat’s presentation is clear, well researched, and Biblically sound.

 

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