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King James Bible
The original text
of the Bible was lost, but God preserved the Words and made the perfect English King James Bible in 1611.
Although there are many Bible version, only the King James Bible has translated the "majority text" most accurately, and almost all other Bibles have translated the modified "minority text".
Having the King James Bible, you do not have to study Hebrew or Greek to see the original Bible because the King James Bible is best translated by outstanding scholars.
Catholics and Christians can
not win in quality, so they focus
They released similar Bibles such as RV, ASV, GNMM, LB, AB, JB, NIV, NASV, and so on.
They say that this Bible is
easier and more accurate than KJV, but in the end the contents are more incomprehensible or deleted.
Because the changed Bible reflects the thoughts of Westcott and Hort, who do not believe in Jesus' divinity and substitution, painful hell and Jesus' second coming.
The character who translated the King James Bible is not only a brilliant scholar, but also religious person.
On the other hand, the person who translated NIV or RSV are people who has a liberal idea without believing that there is no error in the Bible.
19. Process of making the King James Bible
a) The translation of the King James Bible
After a year of King James's power, the king called a meeting of political parties into the palace to discuss the wrongs in the church.
At this time, Dr. John Reynolds, dean of Cortus Christi University in Oxford and a Puritan, proposed making a new English Bible.
The king allowed scholars from Oxford and Cambridge University to translate the new Bible.
At this time, Jesuit agents were plotting to assassinate King James by installing bombs in the underground
of conference hall, but they were discovered in advance.
The resolutions approved at this meeting and promulgated on 10 February 1604, were
“We will carry out the translation of the entire Bible, which is thoroughly consistent with the original Hebrew and Greek
This Bible will be published and used in worship in all churches in England. "
The next step in the translation of the Bible was to select a translator.
In 1604, King James wrote to Bancroft, informing him that he had appointed 54 scholars for the translation of the Bible.
They were the best biblical scholars and linguists of the time.
b) Translation and publication
The translation of the King James Bible began in 1604, and ended in 1611.
In 1611, the King James Bible was published by Robert Barker Press.
Thus, there have been numerous copies since Antioch, but only the King James Bible has received the honorable title of "The Authorized Version Bible"
The first edition of King James was larger than the Great Bible.
The translators confessed that "they are only a lacking tool used to make God's holy truth more and more known."
21. Tindale martyred for the Bible
In the 14th century, Britain had no English Bible, so they had to follow the doctrines of Roman Catholicism.
At this time, Wycliffe translated and distributed 'Jerome's Latin Vulgate' in English.
Although he translated the corrupt "minority text", it was enough to inform the Catholic doctrine are against the Bible.
The printing technique was not developed, so it had to be handwritten, and the price was expensive, but it became popular among many people.
Wycliffe was condemned and sent out of heresy from Catholicism for translating the Bible.
However, he continued to translate the Bible until his death in A.D. 1384.
Roman Catholics banned the possession of the Wycliffe Bible, and in the next 100 years many people were burned for seeing or possessing the Wycliffe Bible.
At this time, there was a person who translated the Greek New Testament in English to spread the Bible to the British commoners, and he was William Tyndale.
In the 15th century, Johann Gutenberg of Germany invented printing and the Bible could be mass-produced.
Also, many Greek scholars in Constantinople, were kicked out of the city due to the war and scattered to Europe.
They were able to translate the majority text, the Greek New Testament, into language
of each country.
Tyndale was born in Wales, England in 1484 A.D., received language and literary education at Oxford University, and was immersed in biblical research.
When he asserted the biblical truth, the Catholic priests sued him and he experienced the contradiction of Catholicism.
Tyndale decided to translate the Bible in English and spread it to the commoners, and went to Hamburg, Germany.
The bishops and priests of England sent a spy there to interfere with his work and to prevent printing.
Feeling threatened, Tyndale fled to Martin Luther's hometown of Borms, and in 1524 he published the English New Testament.
He secretly hid the Bible in his baggage and sent it to England, and the British priests found the Bible in the harbor and burned it.
Tindale used printing to send many Bibles to England, and the British people began to open their eyes to the truth.
When he finished the new testament translation, he also translated the Old Testament, and finally he was able to print the entire Bible.
The priests of England have forbidden the New Testament of Tyndale with the consent of the king, and plot to take Tindale's life.
Eventually, Tyndale was arrested, and without trial, he was sentenced to death.
In A.D. 1536 he was hanged by a hanger's hand, and then burned to death.
He shouted out loud before he died, Lord! Open the eyes of the King of England!
Two years after his death, Henry VIII of England ordered each church to have a large Bible.
Tyndale was burned by Henry VIII (1491–1547), but in 1611, 75 years after Tyndale was burned, "King James Version" was published based on Tyndale's English translation Bible.
The prayer Tyndale gave at the fireplace was answered 75 years later.
Tindale's translation is being passed on to us, more than 60% reflected in the King James Bible, published in 1611.
As such, the Bible we are currently looking at is made up of the blood and sweat of many martyrs.
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