Presented in alphabetical order.

Are There any Copyists' Errors in the Holy Bible?
By Moses LemuelRaj. An examination of claims that the Bible contains transcription errors. Specifically handles several supposed contradictions.

Bible Doctrines Affected by Modern Versions (1/2), (2/2)
By Paul L. Freeman. Reviews key New Testament verses and illustrates the damages caused to sound doctrine by modern Bible versions.

Census of Ezra 2 and Nehemiah 7, The - Is the Bible Inerrant?
By Will Kinney.

Christian View of the Biblical Text, The
By Dr. Edward F. Hills.

Disarming the Saints: The Bible as Defective Weaponry
The effect of sowing doubt in God's word for the believer.

English Standard Version (ESV), The
By Will Kinney. A quick examination of one of the newest modern translations.

Erasmus, King James, and His Translators (1/3), (2/3), (3/3)
By David H. Sorenson. Answers various charges against Erasmus, King James, and the KJV translators. The third section gives some details on who the translators of the KJV were.

Examination of Modern New Testament Text Criticism Theory and Methods (1/2), (2/2)
By Jeffrey A Young. A comparison of the textual theories employed by modern scholarship with scripture.

Frank Logsdon Repudiates the NASB
S. Frank Logsdon's "infamous" lecture where he publicly repudiates the NASB and explains why he thought he might have been in trouble with the Lord for his minor involvement in its creation.

God's Providential Preservation of the Scriptures
By Gary La More. An argument for the perfect preservation of God's word.

Inspired Translation of Copies Required for Bible Study
By Brandon Staggs. As it turns out, not only can copies and translations be "inspired," it's impossible to engage in spiritual Bible study without them.

Is the Fight for the KJV Necessary?
By Gary Freeman.

James White's Shell Game
By Will Kinney.

Inspiration and Translation
By Bruce Lackey. Is it correct to call a translation the "inspired word of God?"

NIV is a Really Bad Translation, The (1/2), (2/2)
By Richard Bacon. Gives several examples of translation blunders in the New International Version. Originally posted on the FIDO messages system.

O Lucifer, Son of the Morning: The Sounding of an Alarm
By Floyd Nolan Jones.

Oops! An Open Book Test
By Dan Nicholls. Can you find these things in your Bible?

Origin of King James Onlyism, The
By Laurence M. Vance.

Pericope de Adultera, The
By Floyd Nolen Jones. An excerpt from his book, Which Version is the Bible?, discussing John 8:1-11, where a woman caught in adultery is brought before Jesus.

Preeminence of Christ, The
By Thomas Holland. Discusses the preeminence of Christ and how it is affected by Bible versions. Also addresses problems with specific verses in the Critical Text on various verses.

Preserved Word of God, The
By Chris Long. Outlines the Biblical doctrine of Preservation.

Principles of Bible Preservation
By Jack Moorman. Discussion of the doctrine of Preservation.

Problems with the book "The King James Only Controversy"
By Tom Whitney. A short examination of James White's book.

Ridiculous KJV Bible "Corrections" [Index of articles]
By John Hinton, Bible Restoration Ministry.

Rob Bell vs the Word of God: Love Wins and the Bible Loses?
By Brandon Staggs. A review of Bell's book, connecting it with rejection of Holy Scripture.

Scripture: Inspired or Expired?
By Moses LamuelRaj. On the process of inspiration.

Thee, Thou, Thy, Thine
By Richard Bacon. Explains why "updating" these "archaic" words muddle rather than clarify Scripture.

Treatise of an "Anti-King James-Only" Website, A
I wrote this after coming across a website which purports to show the "heretical" nature of Bible Believing. Witness the brutalization of Biblical Preservation — for example, are God's words preserved for us on Earth or preserved away from us in heaven alone?

Two Lies, The
By Daryl Coats. Addresses two commen lies about Scripture — that God's word is inspired only in the "original manuscripts" and that God's word is only inspired in the "original languages."

Which Bible is Preserved of God?
By David Otis Fuller. From a message preached in 1970.

Why Jesus Cannot Use the New King James Version (NKJV)
By Jack McElroy. What about the NKJV?

Why Satan Can Not Win - God's Eternal Purpose
By Dr. Edward F. Hills

Why Then are New Translations Thought Necessary?
By Floyd Nolen Jones. This is an excerpt from his excellent book, Which Version is the Bible?, and addresses several popular myths regarding the "need" for new Bible versions.

Why you shouldn't care what Daniel Wallace thinks about the King James Bible
I wrote this as a response to Dr. Daniel Wallace's essay titled Why I Do Not Think the King James Bible Is the Best Translation Available Today.

Why We Use The King James Version of the Bible
By Richard Flanders. A tract written to explain why there are no legitimate replacements for the KJV.

Why We Use the KJV
Another tract written by a pastor to explain why they use the KJV.

From the Mailbag

Here is a sampling of email readers have sent, with responses.

Volume 1
Is the King James Bible literally inspired? Is believing the KJV just for old folks? Is the book God's Secretaries any good? Can there be perfect translations from one language to another? How do you resolve the contradiction between 2nd Chronicles 9:25 and 1st Kings 4:26?

Volume 2
What about the NKJV? How can God preserve his word? What about readability? 1st John 5:7. The Holman Christian Standard Bible. New charts for new versions? Do all references to a doctrine have to be removed for an attack to be obvious? Why the nitpicking?