I am posting this on the translations site for one reason, so bear with me a minute. Tell me the story of The Bible Answerman (Hank H.). The good, the bad, and the ugly. . . I was listening to one of his programs the other night and he made a remark that modern Biblical scholarship has proven that the NKJV was translated from the best documents available today. When five minutes earlier, he mentioned that the good documents today were not available to the KJV authors. I realize the TR and the KJV don't always agree and also realize that the KJV is more of an upgraded Bishop's than a stand-alone translation, but I wonder why he makes this comment? Also, while you are at it, tell us what he believes about the end-time prophecy. I understand it is quite radical. I did notice on his show that he can quote the Bible very well, but he is VERY non-commital to its literalness. A caller asked about the dinos and humans. He said that some people believe the six days were ages and some people believe they were literal and the dino's lived back then as mentioned by the Job accounts. That was the extent of his answer, which I thought for the man who knows the Bible as well as he claims was a pretty weak stance on literalness. IMHO What's the deal with this guy? Anybody know his history and theology?