For 1500 years, Satan failed in his plan to
burn all the Bibles and Bible believers. Did
he give up or does he have another plan?
God had no sooner begun speaking to
mankind, than His enemy was right there
with a slimy dose of doubt: "Yea, hath God
said?" Four little words, but they worked.
Adam and Eve swallowed it and "the rest
But what about that history? How has
Satan capitalized on his first win? Within a
few generations, the earth was full of rebellion
—the fruit of doubt. God "repented"
that He had made man in the first place.
All that saved us was Noah`s faith, and
a big boat.
Satan continued chipping away at mankind`s
trust, diverting it to worship of the
creation —sun, moon, golden calves and
bank accounts. But his main enemy was
the Word, both the written and the person
of Jesus Christ. However, his focus on
Christ failed. When the devils confronted
Jesus, they could only plead for mercy and
So Satan turned to the written word.
Israel had faithfully copied the books of
the Old Testament so he had to find a way
to attack them as well as the new writings
of the apostles forming the New Testament.
Being the expert at lying, he knew that
his best bet was to try to mix falsehood, fantasy
and fairy stories with the truth. In the
formation of what we now call our Bible,
Satan trotted out many candidates like the
bogus Shepherd of Hermas and Epistle of
Barnabas, the legends of the Maccabees, the
spurious wisdom of Esdras and Ecclesiasticus,
and many others. When none made the
cut, his fury fueled the bloody 1000-year
Inquisition, administered by his counterfeit
church headquartered in the Vatican.
In spite of Satan`s efforts, God kept His
promise to preserve His word. (See Matt.
24:35) Faithful copies had been translated and preserved by a hunted remnant until
Gutenberg`s printing presses began to flood
Europe, for the first time making the Bible
available to the common man. A powerful
British king, James I, got behind the
preserved words of God and "authorized"
the translation and publication of a classic
English version, the KJV.
For a couple hundred years, Satan tried,
again through the counterfeit church, to
produce competing Bibles to take down
the KJV. Nothing worked! Thousands of
missionaries, dozens of revivals, millions
of fired up believers circled the globe with
the "good news" in this powerful book.
Christ`s promise that the gospel would
be preached to all nations (Matt 24:14)
came about largely through the KJV and
translations of it.
However, in his frustration, Satan was
cooking on plan B. Someone suggested
that the KJV was getting a bit dated. After
much debate, Bible Revision Committees
were formed for the task of bringing it up
to date. Here, Satan saw his chance. Organizers
of the commitees were not careful to
staff them only with true believers. Roman
Catholics were invited, as well as Unitarians,
who deny Christ`s deity.
In the previous decade, "ancient" manuscripts
had shown up, claiming to be more
accurate to the "originals." Again, the
counterfeit church was deeply involved
in this maneuver. The plot was to replace
the authorized English Bible with a more
up-to-date one based on those "better"
For over a hundred years plan B has
proceeded with little resistance. The English
world is awash in "modern" versions. But
recent research has uncovered the hidden
details of the plot to publicly discredit
the authorized Bible and replace it with a
multitude of confusing versions creating
basic doubt of God`s words —"Yea, hath
God said?" Satan`s first attack of doubt has
come full circle.
For the sordid details of Satan`s nefarious
plan B, see the YouTube vlogs by David W.
Daniels from Chick Publications. See www.
chick.com/bible for more books and info.