Vital Titles

 

 

The Revision Revised. £23.00  

J.W.Burgon, DBS, 1883, 549pp., paperback.

“In the way Dean Burgon repudiates the English Revised Version of 1881 and defends the Authorised King James Bible, this book will also form a strong basis for defending the King James Bible against the modern versions…”  The reader will probaly need at least first year Greek to understand this book, but that would probably suffice. Scholarly, sober, good tempered and brilliant. A tour de force.

The Causes of Corruption of the Traditional Text.  £                     

J.W.Burgon, DBS, 1896, 324pp., hardback.

A sequel to The Traditional Text. Burgon illustrates five accidental causes and ten intentional causes behind the corruption of the traditional received Greek text. The reader will probably need at least first year Greek to understand this book, but that would probably suffice. 

The Last Twelve Verses of Mark.  £  

J.W.Burgon, DBS, 1871, 370pp., hardback. (Paperback £)

“The manuscripts, the lectionaries, the ancient versions, and the quotations from the Church Fathers all unite to show that Mark 16:9-20 was in Mark’s gospel from the very beginning.” This is dynamite! The reader will probably need at least first year Greek to understand this book, but that would probably suffice

The Forging of Codex Sinaiticus. £ Bill Cooper, Creation Science Movement, 2016, 138 pp., paperback.

In this remarkable new work Dr. Bill Cooper gives considerable evidence that Codex Sinaiticus, one of the two great idols of modern bible translators, is not a 4th century document at all, but was actually written in the 19th century. See my blog on this site for further details. 

 

Which Bible? £ D.O.Fuller (ed) Grand Rapids Int., 1970, 350pp., paperback.

Contributors include Terence H. Brown, Zane C. Hodges, Henry W. Coray, Robert Dick Wilson, Edward F. Hills, George Sayles Bishop, Sir Robert Anderson, Herman C. Hoskier and Alfred martin. 5th edition. Fully indexed.

Commentary on Galatians.  £  

Martin Luther, Kregel, 1979, 388pp., paperback. (Cover not as shown).

“This is an outstanding, doctrinally sound, comprehensive commentary. The verse-by-verse exposition offers penetrating insights into Luther’s theology. It is also a careful analysis and clear presentation of Paul’s doctrine, written for all to understand.” A wonderful antidote to the modern subtle additions of various forms of works to the Gospel

Genesis to the Exodus. £
J. A. Moorman, Old Paths Publications, 2017, 651 pp. paperback.

"Premillenial, Dispensational, King James Version. A Commentary and Survey Series: Based on Sound and Influential Bible Institute Material from a Past Generation."

Daniel - The Times of the Gentiles and the Times of Jerusalem. £
J. A. Moorman, Old Paths Publications, 2017, 346 pp. paperback.

"Premillenial, Dispensational, King James Version. A Commentary and Survey Series: Based on Sound and Influential Bible Institute Material from a Past Generation." Personally, this is far and away the best commentary on Daniel I have ever read. It is packed with information, always faithful to the KJV, and frequently correcting even mainstream premillenial teachings. (C.T).

Revelation- God's Final Word. £
J. A. Moorman, Old Paths Publications, 2018, 391 pp. paperback.

"Here's the book that concludes and expands the book  of Daniel. Premillenial, Dispensational, King James Version. A Commentary and Survey Series: Based on Sound and Influential Bible Institute Material from a Past Generation." 

Early Manuscripts, Church Fathers, and the A.V.  £  Jack Moorman, Bible for Today, 2005, 448pp. Paperback..

This is an excellent tool for the more earnest seeker after manuscript evidence. Along with very informative material concerning Church Father and manuscripts there is a digest of 356 key doctrinal passages giving extensive MSS details for and against the A.V. readings

Forever Settled.  £  Jack Moorman, Bible for Today, 309 pp., paperback.

Subtitled A Survey of the Documents and History of the Bible. Dr. Moorman personally combines eminent scholarship with a rare dedication to soul winning. This is essential reading for a broad grasp of the basic data. Though very learned, Dr. Moorman’s books are easy to read

Missing in Modern Bibles, The Old Heresy Revived.  £  Jack Moorman, Bible for Today, 2009, 123 pp., paperback.

I think this is one of the best and fullest introductions to the versions issue with good material for those who are more seasoned campaigners. Bro. Jack is both a learned man and a faithful man of God.

God Wrote Only One Bible.  £  J.J.Ray, Eye Opener Publishers, 1980, 122pp., paperback.

“This book reveals a secret plot of diplomatic trickery, which seeks to destroy faith in the inspiration of the Bible. Modern versions and paraphrases cannot be the full and complete Word of God when essential portions have been deleted." 

In Awe of thy Word.  £ 30.00  Gail Riplinger, A.V.Publications, 1184pp., hardback.

This is a mine of information for the lover and defender of the King James Bible.  This book explains how to find the meaning of Bible words using the Bible itself. It warns of the misleading nature of lexicons. It also shows the mastery that the KJV translators employed in their native tongue to produce the miracle of the English language, the King James Bible.

The "Errors" in the King James Bible. £ BB Bookstore, 511 pp., paperback.

Formerly titled "Problem Texts," this book gives you complete, irrefutable, and Biblical answers to the "corrections" or alterations of the King James Bible by Hebrew and Greek speaking apostates.

The Authorized Version of the English Bible (1611)
Its Subsequent Reprints and Modern Representatives. £
F.H.A. Scrivener, 2010 (orig. 1910), CUP, 312 pp., paperback.

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"This volume is his critical examination of the King James Bible which chronicles the history of the Bible's various editions...  A detailed discussion of the use of grammar and punctuation is included, as well as appendices listing all variations and amendments occurring between the different editions."

The Treasury of David. £ the set.  

C.H.Spurgeon, Hendrickson, 1436pp., hardback. In 3 Volumes.

Spurgeon’s own commentary on every verse of the Psalms is extremely insightful…You’ll find a wealth of illuminating extracts and quotes from hundreds of commentators– contemporaries of Spurgeon as well as the great Puritan expositors of the 17th and 18th C.”

Letters to Edward Gibbon, Esq. £  George Travis, Forgotten Books, Originally 1875, 437 pp., paperback.

Edward Gibbon authored the famous, Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire. In that book, Gibbon takes a pop at the authenticity of 1 John 5:7, citing critics like J.J. Griesbach. George Travis, who was Archdeacon of Chester from around 1886-1897, takes Gibbon to task in fine fashion. This filled in so many gaps for me, I read all of it twice through with great pleasure.

The Complete Bible Commentary. £
George Williams, Kregel, 1058 pp., paper.

Two of the godliest men I have ever met in my forty years as a believer, both recommended George Williams' Commentary to me. A relative of his told me that sometimes preaching in the street, he would get stoned until the blood was running in his shoes. This truly is a gem of a Commentary. Being a late 19th century preacher, he fell for the R.V. as did most of his contemporaries. References to the R.V. are the only major down-side to this work. CT