Bible Translation Leader Says, "I'm In Trouble With The Lord."
Dr. Frank Logsdon, project member of the translation committee for the New American Standard Version (NASB), has denounced his work on that Bible and urged all Christians to return to the Authorized Version, commonly known as the King James Bible.
Book Excerpt from "Look What's Missing"
Author David W. Daniels Tells How the NASB Influenced Him in Bible College.
Christian Music Star Deceived by Bible Confusion
"Coming out" as a lesbian, she says she is not really convinced that the Bible speaks against homosexuality because not all Bibles do so clearly.
Dr. Frank Logsdon, Bible translation leader says, 'I'm in trouble with the Lord."
Dr. Frank Logsdon, who wrote the preface for the New American Standard Version, repudiates his work on the NASB.
Homosexuals Want to Change the Subject
The subject keeps changing: first that homosexuality was acceptable, then gay marriage, then transgender body mutilation. It didn’t stop there. Now they are changing the Bible!
Is the KJV Inspired or Preserved?
Are only the originals inspired, or did God preserve a completely accurate Bible text for us?
Isn't the Devil behind the Bible Version confusion?
Here is the history. Which side are YOU on?
New Bible Versions Promote Catholic Doctrine
Small changes in the wording of the Scriptures can often result in major changes in meaning.
Son Of Biblical Text Editor Westcott Says: 'My Father Was A Spiritualist'
Writing that his father had a lifelong "faith in what for lack of a better name, one must call Spiritualism," the son of famed biblical Greek text editor B. F. Westcott admits to considerable public alarm at his father's activity.
Why the King James Bible would be good enough for Luke (or Paul).
Here's how Luke tells us that any manuscript missing the bodily ascension of Jesus is a fraud.