Friday, February 4, 2011

A Debate on King James Onlyism

This debate on exclusive King James Onlyism, in London a few days ago between Dr. James White, who has authored a book entitled The King James Only Controversy and Dr. Jack Moorman, a KJV-onlyist, who is a missionary to Great Britain and author of Forever Settled Although I'm not sure if this was intended, this year is the 400th anniversary of the publication of the King James Version of the Bible (released in 1611).

It is worth noting that James White is right that the KJV, although I find it to be a good translation, King James I of England, successor of Elizabeth I (r. 1603-1625) who, as son of Mary, Queen of Scots, also reigned as James VI of Scotland between 1567-1625 did indeed have some say in the translation.

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