David Daniels, B.A., M.Div.
Daniels is trained in Bible and linguistics. After twenty years of searching the Hebrew and Greek scriptures and studying the history of the Bible, he concluded that the King James Bible is God's preserved words in English.
- 1984 B.A. Bible and Linguistics, Pacific Christian College
- 1987 M.Div General Theology, emphasis in Linguistics, Fuller Theological Seminary
- 3 SIL programs (Summer Institute of Linguistics), trained to be a Bible translator, Northwest SIL (1983, 1985, 1986)
Once he understood that the King James Bible is the words of God in English, David Daniels became a careful literalist who believes his Bible without reservation.
He came to realize that just because he may not have the answer to a particular Bible question, does not mean that there is no answer. That's why he never stops searching and checking his sources. He is finding that the answers to the "problems" people like to bring up about the Bible are usually found right in the context of the scripture. That's why we have to have a translation that is as literal as possible, to make sure we haven't missed anything that God actually said. That's why we trust the King James Bible