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David Otis Fuller, Sr. was born in Brooklyn, NY in 1903. He graduated from Wheaton College in 1925. He received his Th.D from Princeton Theological Seminary in 1928 and was awarded a D.D. from Dallas Theological Seminary. In 1929 he was ordained in the First Baptist Church of New York City, NY.

In 1934 he was called to the pastorate of Wealthy Street Baptist Church in Grand Rapids, Michigan where he served as it's pastor until his retirement in 1974.

Dr. Fuller authored 16 books and is best known for abridging and editing the works of the famous 19th Century Baptist minister Charles Haddon Spurgeon. The book that perhaps best speaks of his own character is his book "Treasury of Evangelical Writings" currently published again by IBTS, but originally published titled: "Valiant for the Truth". Dr. Fuller was ever valiant for the truth and God's word. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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  • Paperback: 295 pages
  • Publisher: Kregel Pubns (June 1975)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0825426146
  • ISBN-13: 978-0825426148
  • Product Dimensions: 7.9 x 5.2 x 0.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #427,871 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Fuller provides a series of writings by several authors including John Burgon, Philip Mauro, Terence Brown, Joseph Philpot, Louis Gaussen, Wilbur Pickering and himself. This book is the second in a series of three and it is brilliantly done. The writers within do a marvelous job in shredding the remotest possibility that the modern critical text is best text for the Bible. Burgon is head and shoulders above any scholar I have ever read by way of his writing and by his technique for properly evaluating evidence. Modern scholars cannot hold a candle to his bright light and neither could Westcott, Hort, Tischendorf, Lachmann, Tregelles, et al. Pickering picks apart the arguments used by Hort, Westcott, Metzger, Aland, Wallace and others one by one until there is nothing left standing, but hot air. Pickering and Burgon also affirm that the Textus Receptus is not perfect, but that it is the BEST Greek text available and as a result the King James Bible is the best English translation available today (not perfect, but far and above better than any other English translation). I also recommend Fuller's first volume, Which Bible?, Floyd Jones' book Which Version is the Bible?, D.A. Waite's Defending the King James Bible, and David Sorenson's Touch Not the Unclean Thing. Each author brings valuable information to the table. For a completely different view read Metzger and Erhman's book and Daniel Wallace's papers on-line. When the views are honestly compared the student or scholar can easily recognize that Metzger, Erhman, and Wallace depend on a myriad of assumptions to get to their conclusions whereas Burgon et al use real evidence and logic guided by clear thinking by way of an unwavering belief that the original Scriptures were inerrant and infallible.
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I had a copy of this very valuable book several years ago and loaned it out. I just got it back and say that every serious Christian owes it to themselves to read True or False and Which Bible to find the evidence against the Wescott-Hort Theory that permeates all modern bibles today. Would it bother you if your Bible did not have 1st and 2nd Peter? Well, that is what is missing from your modern texts because of following the Wescott-Hort text. The articles are timely and well written. I wish I had known John W. Bargon and his works long ago. David O. Fuller presents a good selection of articles giving one the necessary tools to combat the downward slide into the pit of dispair! Where is the man to stand in the gap because there was a cause?
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David Otis Fuller (1903-1988) was a graduate of Wheaton College in Wheaton, Illinois and Princeton Theological Seminary. He pastored Chelsea Baptist Church in Atlantic City, New Jersey, and the well known Wealthy Street Baptist Church in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He has also edited Which Bible? (5th Edition) and Counterfeit or Genuine.

Like his earlier book 'Which Bible?' this book (first published in 1973) collects writings of others which are critical of the Westcott-Hort textual theories. Contributors include scholars such as Philip Mauro ("Which Version?") and John William Burgon ("The Revision Revised").

Here are some excerpts from the book:

"HOW can anyone honestly say that any modern version based on the Westcott and Hort Greek text is more accurate than the Authorized Version when the Westcott and Hort text is based upon two of the worst manuscripts, Aleph (Siniaticus) and B (Vaticanus)?" (Pg. 18)
"It seems not to have occurred to this learned man, any more than to the others, that mere antiquity was not a safe test of reliability where witnesses were in conflict, and that a late copy of a correct original should be preferred to a corrupt Ms. of earlier date." (Pg. 69)
"Against Rev. 13:18 ... we find noted: 'Some ancient authorities read six hundred and sixteen.' But why is not the whole truth told? Why are we not informed that only one corrupt uncial (c), only one cursive copy (II), only one father (Tichonius) and not one ancient version, advocates this reading? (Which, on the contrary, Irenaeus knew, but rejected...)" (Pg. 147-148)
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