Saturday, January 2, 2016

If It Was Good Enough For The Apostle Paul, It's Good Enough For Me.

Most Christians are aware of these verses (Deut. 4:2, Deut. 12:32, Prov. 30:6, Rev. 22:18-19) that pose serious warnings about adding to, changing, or taking away from scripture.  And many of them are vociferously antagonistic toward any denominations or cults that claim new revelation or add their own publications to assist with or enhance the understanding of scripture.  They insist on scriptural accuracy; some even militantly demand only one version of the Bible (the one that was published in 1611 and was used by the Apostle Paul).

1 comment:

Pumice said...

The Apostle Paul only used the 1611 version in his TV ministry. In private he used the Living Bible because it was easier to understand. I think I got that on Drudge.

Grace and peace.