How Reliable is the Bible?
In the past one hundred years the reliability of the King James Bible
has been widely criticised and yet none of its critics have been able to demonstrate
errors with any real conviction or certainty. The King James Version has been
carefully studied for four hundred years and yet of the five thousand or more manuscripts
still in existence the greatest majority (over ninety percent) support the scriptures
of the King James Bible. This makes today's editions of the King James Bible
more reliable than most people realize.
Accuracy and Reliability
- The King James Version has superb features that ensure accuracy and reliability.
Reliable Hebrew Text
- The Hebrew Old Testament text of the King James Version is reliable.
Reliable Greek Text
- The Greek New Testament text of the King James Version is reliable.
- The Language of the King James Version brings the English closer to the Hebrew and
Beginner's Language Guide
- This guide will help the beginner gain a basic grasp of the grammar and vocabulary
of the KJV.
The King James Version is Demonstrably Inerrant
- The King James Version is demonstrably inerrant. While critics might see various
translational or textual alternatives in a given passage, the choices of the King James Version
translators can be reasonably justified in every instance.
The KJV Today website contains a list of commonly alleged errors.