The Line Must Be Drawn
Pastor Ralph Ovadal
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12/15/2017 09:59:10 am
This sermon was great! I too hold to the 5 points, sola fide, sola scripture, sola gratia, solus Christus and soli Deo gloriam, as well as the KJB.
8/16/2020 05:39:06 pm
I thought perhaps the NKJV might not be so bad, but I started reading it and one of the first passages I looked at (Isaiah 64:4) was corrupted. Just comparing it with I Corinthians 2:9 where Paul under inspiration of God gives a reference to this passage, you can see how the NKJV corrupts the translation in Isaiah and it completely changes the message. I won't even quote it on this comment, but if you want, look at it for yourself. Just compare I Cor. 2:9 with Isaiah 64:6, both in the NJKV and see how it contradicts itself. Then look at the KJV and see how it is rendered in harmony in both passages. How can we claim to fear and reverence God if we accept the corruption of even one verse that He gave! And I would bet that if I found such an error in a quick perusal, then there are no doubt hundreds of like changes in the NKJV and all other modern versions.
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