:jesus: My name is Nigel Dixon, and you can contact me at [email protected] It is my belief that the Received Text (the original Hebrew and Greek autographa on which the KJV Authorised Version was based) comprise the inerrant Word of God. I love the Authorised Version, and I use it exclusively, as do all my family. For the past 11 years I have been working for, and subsequently alongside, an evangelist who equips local Bible-believing churches to make disciples of Jesus Christ, and he has always used the Authorised Version. However, as an evangelist working amongst young people in the UK who have no Christian upbringing, I am often transliterating from the Authorised Version into current spoken English, as I preach. 23 years ago I sensed the Lord's leading to study theology in a place totally opposed to my beliefs - I have always believed in the inerrancy of the Word of God. At King's College London where I received a Theology degree, I discovered how many modern translations have departed from the Received Text upon which believers have relied and have perceived as divinely preserved since the earliest days of the church. I studied Biblical Hebrew and Biblical Greek, and I have continued to do so these past 23 years. I am looking for a team of fellow laborers who believe as I do that the Received Text (Textus Receptus) is the inerrant Word of God, and who are willing to undertake with me a new translation of the Word of God that is totally faithful to the Received Text and based on the Authorised Version. I have signed up to www.baptistboard.com upon the encouragement this afternoon of Deborah Anderson, the Hebrew Translator at the Trinitarian Bible Society, in my search for co-laborers. She said that although the Trinitarian Bible Society lacks the manpower to carry out this work, this is an important undertaking that ought to be done. So far I have translated Genesis, Matthew, Galatians and Ephesians. I have also written an Introduction to explain why I have undertaken this work. These require peer review of believers who are in sympathy with the purpose - who believe also that the Received Text is the inerrant Word of God. I propose to make all the translation work, both in its draft and final form, available free of charge to anyone seeking to use it or indeed publish it on a not-for-profit basis, as I believe that the Word of God should be accessible to all. So, if you know some Biblical Greek or Biblical Hebrew and wish to see a faithful current English translation of the Received Text, please assist. Also, If you have not studied Biblical languages but you are an English linguist and believe in the inerrancy of the Received Text, please assist me in reviewing the work that I have done already since September 5 this year. I am open to correction. I am acutely aware of the injunctions in Deuteronomy and Revelation to neither add to, nor take away from the Word of God. In Christ Jesus, Nigel Dixon.