Ctalk Forums General Discussion who was king james and what did he do to the bible

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    christian anarchist survival

    i’m not an author. i’m not good at putting my thoughts into words, but i feel that this information is quite important. i don’t know how to go about sharing it in any other way than to offer links to articles and videos and hope someone can take this info and put it into a presentation type format or something.

    king james on the divine right of kings-

    https://www.wwnorton.com/college/history/ralph/workbook/ralprs20.htm

    a very good site here with tons more info. i’ll only leave one link to the site and folks can explore from there

    http://www.reformedreader.org/gbn/igb.htm

    the great ecclesiastical conspiracy – basically the only bible that used the right words was the tyndale version, but it’s such olde english it’s kind of hard for me to read and comprehend.





      exousia by mark cleminson- some folks think he’s not legit, but basically the only person i’ve heard calling him out is the well known and exposed shill, mark dice… regardless of whether he’s (mark cleminson) legit or not, this information he presents is 100% fact. i’ve verified nearly every point for myself to ensure it is





        nate, i remember you’ve quoted the geneva bible before in a video- ephesians 6:12 For we wrestle not against flesh and but against principalities, against powers, against the worldly governors, princes’ of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness, in the high places.

        vs kjv version

        For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.

        somewhere i thought i had saved a website that mentioned every place in the bible where the greek word exousia was used and how it was translated. every time it was translated as a right, liberty, freedom etc. not power and authority like romans 13 to pervert it.

        can’t find it, but here’s another good site for folks to browse through.

        http://vftonline.org/XianAnarch/homepage.htm

        well if this doesn’t get discussion flowing i don’t know what will 🙂

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        christian anarchist survival

        NATE HOW DO I EDIT THAT POST it messed up a bible verse! ephesians 6:12 from the geneva bible- for we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, AND AGAINST THE WORLDLY GOVERNORS, the princes of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness, which are in high places

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          Nate Brown
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          Hello! For future when you go to post make sure you don’t bring any code or style like what you see there with you.. the best way is to utilize your mouse and or keyboard to post as plain text.. On a mac it’s command, shift and then v) if you can’t or don’t know how copy and paste it to a text editor and then look for errors and then recopy and paste it in. I’ll fix it so it’s not messed up, but the editor, the interface you type on, on this site does not strip html (which is what you see there) from text.

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        WilliamMacDuff
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        King James broke the status quo, the mold, the stalemate when it came to every day people reading the Bible, rather than to rely on the clergy. Sure, there are a number of translation issues, King’s English not withstanding, but it did bring the Word to the masses. I grew up reading this version until I learned Greek to read the New Testament and Hebrew to read the Old.

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        Nate Brown
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        That’s awesome that you learned to speak those languages! Thanks for posting.

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