Amen! I am a Southern Baptist Calvinist Theonomist Postmillennialist Young Earth Geostatist who reads the NKJV (just so you know where Iâ€™m coming from), and I can give a hearty amen to this message!
Catholic-Like defense? His first point is, "Use of the KJV is the historic position of the Fundamentalist movement." This is a logical fallacy called "argumentum ad antiquitatem" it is also called, "appeal to traditional wisdom" This is a Catholic-like argument.
His second point is, "There are no compelling arguments for changing
from the King James Version." how about Grandvill Sharp's rule? How about 1 John 5:7 not being original? There is a lot of ignorance on the part of Marc Monte.
Point number three, "There are many compelling arguments for continuing to use the King James Version:
There is a lot of assertions made about the Textus Receptus, but what edition of the Textus Receptus is the word of God? Which one is preserved? Which edition of the KJV is the preserved word? Is it the 1611? If so, what printing of it? And is it the Cambridge version or the Oxford? Because there's differences between the two.
In regards to "He who" or "God was" it does not not affect doctrine because the rest of the NASB declares Jesus to be the Son of God.
I think that it is obvious that he is using the KJV as the standard, and his practical reason was almost Gail Riplinger status.
Common KJV arguments that have been debunked for over 40 years.
Michael Kelly (10/22/2017)
from Cheshire. UK.
The wise man travels in well trodden paths. The KJV, the King Jesus Bible.
All other immitation are not versions of tbe bible, but aversions to the bible.
The living God has given His word.
Mark B. (4/23/2017)
from New Orleans
Great Sermon! Very eye opening! Thanks!
from eastern europe, Albania
Excellent This sermon provides a firm defense on why Christians should continue to use the KJV.
Amen, Brother Monte! Excellent defense of why Christians should not abandon the KJV. Keep up the faithful preaching.
Paul Iverson (2/28/2009)
from Lakewood Wa.
Great Sermon! I really feel bad for people who say the King James has errors. I will point out Isaiah Chapt. 30:1-8
If people do not believe these verses, I fear for their next destination
Great Sermon! Very interesting subject, thats why I put a works together on this.
Daniel Lee Ford (9/10/2004)
from Spring Arbor, Michigan
Clear practical advice on `which Bible?'!! Invigorating to hear this historic position of Bible believers.
Changing from the King James Bible has many negative effects (e.g. Ps.2:7 in the NIV has Christ BECOMING the Son of God at the resurrection:'this day I have become your Father')...ugh!, while retaining the KJB gives proper theological emphasis, and classic theological terms.The practical arguments are compelling..As with Goliath's sword: "there is none like that: give it me!".. worth more than one listen!
Todd D Ward (9/9/2004)
Great Sermon! I was greatly refreshed to hear the message. This is a great defense of why we used The KJV.
The content was informed and cross examinations of those who attack the KJV was thorough.
May God Bless.
Pastor Monte, senior pastor of Faith Baptist Church in Avon, IN, was saved as a boy in January of his 8th grade school year, where he attended Fourth Baptist Christian Day School in Minneapolis. By 9th grade, the Lord had called him to preach under the ministry of his youth...