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Old 07-16-2009, 09:07 AM
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Default Re: "Dr. Michael J. Bisconti"

Originally Posted by Jassy View Post
Brother George,

Thanks for this book list. I want to add to my library and it's good to know which are worthwhile to purchase.

I'd also recommend Dr. Samuel Gipp's An Understandable History of the Bible (500+ pages). Have you ever read it?

Additionally, I'd recommend Dr. Solomon Aordkian's Honoring the King James Bible. I've just completed formatting and typing up an electronic version of Solomon's book and he wants to give everyone the freedom to distribute it without cost, once the final edited copy is ready. He is adding a new Intro right now. He's going to rename the electronic version The Bible Version Issue. I would highly recommend it for many excellent examples of why these other modern versions are nothing but counterfeits of God's true Word.

When the final copy is ready, I'll be happy to give it out freely here at the Forum. We will probably also create a website where it can be downloaded for free. I've been working regularly with Dr. Aordkian on this project, and he is such a humble man. He wishes for the information to be in the hands of as many people as possible, without cost - so that all can access it.

Aloha sister Jassy,

I haven't updated that list in quite a long time. Brother Brandon has some recommendations on some of the latest books on the "Which Bible" issue (some of which I have read, and others which I have not) at the following Link: - you might want to check out some of those books, seeing they are up-to-date; although the basic "facts" about the issue have never changed, so much of what is being written is a re-hash of what others have already written (from a new and different point of view).

Sister Gail Riplinger is an excellent source of information on the "Which Bible" issue, and often has a new or different viewpoint on the subject also: I have read several of her books on the issue and they are excellent.

I have a very dear and close Christian friend who knows sister Riplinger personally - who (with his wife) has been in her and her husbands home and has fellowshipped with them on occasion, and who says that she is a warm and very humble Christian woman who is undeserving of the vicious attacks (by "Christians" - of course!) that have been brought against her (even by some supposed King James Bible "supporters").

You will notice that I will recommend books and authors when it comes to issues like "Which Bible"; or "Calvinism"; or Psychiatry/Psychology; or "Apostasy" in the churches; etc.. What I try to avoid is recommending "Commentaries" on the Bible; you have to be extremely careful when it comes to reading some man's commentaries on the Bible, and always be on guard (spiritual discernment) against "mixing" man's opinion with the Holy words of God.

Is Dr. Solomon Aordkian's book - Honoring the King James Bible still available? And if it is, where could I buy a copy? I greatly appreciate the work that you are doing to make his work available to the brethren (for free), and I understand where brother Aordkian is coming from (I have never charged for any of my written materials), but on the other hand: ". . . . the labourer is worthy of his hire." [Luke 10:7] and upon your recommendation, I would like to purchase his book and support him (in some small way), because I know and appreciate the labor that goes into producing a book.

I want to encourage you to keep on with your excellent Posts, and if anyone harasses you - brother Tony Bones and I will "take care of them"!

Psalms 18:30 As for God, his way is perfect: the word of the LORD is tried: he is a buckler to all those that trust in him.

{P.S. I don't know if this may be some information you could use, but I thought I would pass it on to you for your review.}

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