Briefly, I have the permission of the author, Gail Riplinger, to publish this article on my blog site with some formatting changes and the inclusion of the expanded King James Bible Scripture references. I would like to note that in my converting the text from a PDF file to a text document I lost the original paragraph markings and some of the formatting of the original document. I have endeavoured, as best as I’m able, to restore the original formatting. Any mistakes that occur in this text are mine and not due to Professor Riplinger.
Gail is a lady that I greatly admire. I came across her publishing house and her writing after and started to make a stand for the soundness of truth within the King James Bible and the despair that I felt when I started to preach using modern versions of the English Bible. All the way through my Christian life since 1963 I have constantly said that all versions of the English Bible should be checked against the King James Version. It is my opinion, and I speak as a Minister of the gospel who has seen the confusion sown in the minds of people by the modern versions, that whenever you read a modern version Bible you should doublecheck the doctrine back to the King James Bible. Frankly, if it can’t be established in the King James Bible then it simply is not sound doctrine.
These days, I do not read, quote from or preach from anything other than the King James Version. I do not believe that God placed the originals of the New Testament in the Greek language for safekeeping. I do not believe that if you want to discover a rich meaning to the text of the Bible that you need to study the meaning of words from the Greek. If you would like to study this and watch the video series that I have published here is the link:
I hope that you will grow in the power of the word of God and trust in the Lord Jesus Christ to save you and to present you faultless before him on that day.