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      New Age Bible Versions? (Dr. James White)

      Wednesday, February 9, 2011

      To put this video in context, a woman by the name of Gail Riplinger wrote a book called "New Age Bible Versions" where she argued just about everything imaginable in support of the KJV being the only translation that worth its salt. Dr. White had a debate with her and sometime later shot this video with Larry Wessels of Christian Answers. First, here's that video:

      I remember the first time I saw the following video. I was young in the faith and was looking for the best Bible translation I could find so, inevitably, I came across this episode of Gail Riplinger explaining the "perversions" of other translations on The Prophecy Club show. For me, the following goes down in history as one of the more irrational theological conversations I have ever had the privilege to hear (right along with one-half of the infamous debate Dr. White had with Lou Rugg; I'll let you guess which half). Here's the video, but be forewarned, you may come away from this worrying that the soap you use or the tea you drink could sink a Titanic. (If you watch it, you'll get the joke.)

      Finally, here's the book Dr. White wrote some time ago that deals with the entire King James Only Controversy.

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