Here's proof that modern Bible versions are not designed to make the Bible easier to understand. Rather, they are designed as a bridge to bring unity with Rome.
Find out how Satan used people from early Gnostics through modern text critics influenced by the Roman Catholic Jesuit Order, to make all modern Bible translations agree with the Roman Catholics' Bible.
What is the goal? One world Bible for one world religion.
In 1881, two scholars named Westcott and Hort published a revision of the New Testament that would send shockwaves through the academic world.
Their new textual theory declared that the King James Version (which had been trusted for centuries) was full of errors. Sacred readings, long cherished by the faithful, were now declared to be forgeries. The world was informed that the book, which had been called the inerrant Word of God, was in need of correction.
The new theory claimed that recently recovered manuscripts revealed a truer version of Scripture. Yet others warned that these manuscripts were, in fact, the creation of early Gnostic heretics that had been rightly abandoned centuries before. Was the new revision filled with ancient corruptions?
Follow the story of the Bible’s controversial history into the twentieth century, as the work of Westcott and Hort would transform biblical scholarship, inspire the work of various Bible Societies, and pave the way for the cause of ecumenical unity between Evangelical Protestants and Rome.
Featured experts: Dr. Phil Stringer, Dr. David Brown, David Daniels, Dr. D.A. Waite, Dr. Jack Moorman, Dr. Kirk DiVietro, Dr. H.D. Williams, Dr. Ronald Cooke & Dr. James R. White.
Bridge to Babylon is the sequel to A Lamp in the Dark and Tares Among the Wheat.