I found Dr. Hollands book to be very readable and very informative.
I knew early on in my reading that I had found a new "recommended introductory book" to offer people on this important subject.
He doesn't come in and try to force his ideas and opinions down your throat, he presents them and then lets the reader decide.
I certainly agree with the premise which inspired Dr. Thomas Holland to write this book. He is a defender of the Textus Receptus, and the King James Version of the Bible. Read morePublished 1 month ago by David
Excellently covers issues that the reader needs to understand in regards to the validity of the Septuagint and the main manuscripts used to buttress the modern versions; Sinaiticus... Read morePublished 1 month ago by James
A wonderful companion to bible reading. It just gives one more resolve in their opinion of the KJV as the preserved Word of God in English.Published 6 months ago by Richard Alarid
Bought this for my son for Christmas. He had wanted it for a while but had put off buying it. He loves it.Published 18 months ago by Mimi
I just started reading this book, and I ran into problem.
In Genesis 1:27 GOD says:
(Gen 1:27 KJV) So God [Elohim-plural-Hebrew] created man in His own... Read more
One of the difficulties faced by ordinary people who enjoy reading the Bible is the conflicting claims about the many versions available today. Read morePublished on May 8, 2011 by Jim F. Wilson
i am very suspicious
and deeper i am in God
more i realise why people
love to buy 'hort&ho'
instead of KJB... Read more
This book is the best I have read in my recent studies on this subject. The book is simply outlined and the subjects are flowing and easily understood. Read morePublished on February 16, 2008 by Larry
The whole idea of "one versions only" is a seriously flawed one. It does not matter if you believe in King James only or any other version only it is not scriptual. Read morePublished on October 15, 2002 by Paul R. Karrick