Order the book (right), watch video from BigDealKJV.com below, or read some excerpts from Sal's book.

For proper spiritual growth, we are committed to the King James Bible as the Preserved Word of God. Why? There's enough reasons to write a book.

 

 

So, that's just what Sal Varsalone did!

How many Bibles are there? Watch this from BigDealKJV.com

On BigDealKJV.com hear how modern Bibles remove verses, causing confusion. Click Episode 2.

You can carry your Bible with confidence knowing it's the perfect Word of God. Another BigDealKJV video, check Episode 3.

Modern Bibles have more archaic words; the Bible and context give meanings, anyway. From BigDealKJV. - see episode 4.

We don't need to fear name-calling, just keep rooted on the truth of a Bible without error.  A BigDealKJV.com video, see episode 5.

Modern Bible confuse things whent hey remove words meant to clarify things that are added only to complete translation from Greek or Hebrew to English. BigDealKJV.com, see episode 6.

EXCERPTS
from "Silent Pastors = No Revival"

Starting in Chapter 4, the NIV is shown to have grievous errors. It accuses Jesus of sinning, falling, and coming from an unruly genealogy, confuses the Lord with the enemy, and confuses the mark of the beast.

 

Jesus never sinned, though!

 

Precisely. From the book...

 

"Now let’s see how the NIV makes our Saviour Jesus to SIN. Look up Matt. 5:22A. Compare and see which Bible has the true Spirit of God. We will look at just the first half of this verse.

 

KJB - 'But I say unto you, that whosoever is angry with his brother, without a cause, shall be in danger of the judgment:'

 

NIV - 'But I tell you that anyone who is angry with his brother will be subject to judgment.'

 

     The NIV leaves out 'without a cause.' Anger is an emotion.  Many times anger will certainly lead to sin. But sometimes, anger is justified. The Bible tells us to:

 

'be angry and sin not.' 

 

     This verse is found in Eph. 4:26. When anger is justified, it is not sin. There is such a thing as 'righteous anger.'..."

 

     Of course, it is possible to sin while angry, and the Bible warns us *never* to do that in Eph. 4:26 and elsewhere, such as Galatians 5:22-23, where among the fruits of the Spirit are gentleness and temprance, which is self-control. It is here our youth learn to understand the Bible building line upon line, precept upon precept.

 

    But, it's easy to see why the King James Bible is vital for this.

Here is a list of words from Lawrence Vance's book "Archaic Words and the Authorized Version" (Vance Publications: Pensacola, FL, 2011) quoted in Chapter 7 of Sal's book.

 

Notice that the King James Bible's words are easier here!

 

NIV           BIBLE VERSE             KJB

 

Acclimation   II Chron. 15:14         Voice

Alcove        Ezek. 40:13             Little Chamber

Annotations   II Chron, 13:22         Story

Blustering    Job 8:2                 Strong

Fomenting     Isaiah 59:13            Speaking

Brood         Isaiah 57:4             Children

Cooing        Song 2:12               Voice

Curds         Gen 18:8                Butter

Detachment    John 18:3               Band

Dissipation   I Pet. 4:4              Riot

Goiim         Gen. 14:1               Nations

Impaled       Ezra 6:11               Hanged

Infamy        Isaiah 44:11            Ashamed

Mina          Luke 19:16              Pound

Misdemeanor   Acts 18:14              Wrong

Negev         Gen. 12:9               South

Nephilim      Gen. 6:4                Giants

Oblivion      Psalm 88:12             Forgetfulness

Porphyry      Ester 1:6               Red

Portent       Isaiah 20:3             Wonder

Portico       I Kings 6:3             Porch

Sachet        Song 1:13               Bundle

Torrent       Rev. 12:15              Flood

Verdant       Song 1:16               Green

Wadi          Numbers 34:5            River

The King James Bible is very understandable.

EXCERPTS
from "Silent Pastors = No Revival"

 

WHO KILLED GOLIATH?

You don't have to be a Bible scholar. Any sports fan knows what a David vs. Goliath matchup is!

 

1 Samuel 17:45-49 shows the climax of the battle that through the Bible as well as the spoken word, has inspired Sunday School children to trust in God and sports fans to have hope.

 

Yet as Sal notes in Chapter 7...

 

"II Samuel 21:19

 

NIV – “In another battle with the Philistines at Gob, Elhanan son of Jaare-Oregim the Bethlehemite killed Goliath the Gittite, who had a spear with a shaft like a weaver’s rod.”

 

KJB – “And there was again a battle in Gob with the Philistines, where Elhanan the son of Jaare-Oregim, a Bethlehemite, slew the brother of Goliath the Gittite, the staff of whose spear was like a weavers’ beam” "

 

Which one is consistent with 1 Samuel 17:45-59? The King James Bible.

It's not just the NIV that puts inconsistency where there should be none. The ESV and NASV make this error - AND MANY OTHERS.

Does Your Bible Deny Christ?

"Wait," you say, "that's silly. Jesus Christ is God - the LIving Word. He became flesh and dwelt among us."(John 1:14)

 

RIGHT. That makes Joseph Jesus' stepfather, since Joseph had NO physical relationship with Jesus. To quote from Chapter 5...

 

"...But look how the NIV destroys the DOCTRINE of the VIRGIN BIRTH in Luke 2:33.

 

KJB – “And Joseph and his mother marveled at those things which were spoken of him.”  

 

NIV – “The child’s father and mother marveled at what was said about him.”

 

      Joseph was not the FATHER OF JESUS. The Holy Spirit declared Mary to be pregnant with Jesus. The HOLY GHOST is speaking in a NARRATIVE. 

 

Other Bibles do this, too. They destroy the doctrine of the Virgin Birth, which is essential to Jesus being "the Christ, the Son of God."

 

(Humans make the mistake of calling Joseph Jesus' father, but this is clearly an error based on the sin of pride (Luke 2:48-49) in the case of Mary and on a lack of faith and just plain being too excited in the case of Philip.(John 1:45))

 

(By the way, that latter shows why the Bible must be studied and seen as more than just boring words red in a monotone. When you see that verse you can imagine Philip's excitement as he runs up to Nathaniel, practically tripping over his own feet, as he cries out, "We have FOUND HIM!" Many of us, in the same situation, would get tongue tied as well.)

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