new book on preservation & Bible translation

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    I received a copy today of a new book on preservation & Bible translation. It is written by Michael D. Sproul, pastor of Tri-City Baptist Church and chairman of the board of International Baptist College.

    Sproul, Michael D. GOD'S WORD PRESERVED: A DEFENSE OF HISTORIC SEPARATIST DEFINITIONS AND BELIEFS. Tempe, AZ: Whetstone Precepts Press, 2005. [over 400 pages]

    Whetstone Precepts Press
    2150 E. Southern Avenue
    Tempe, AZ 85282
     
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    And? Or are you just listing everything you got in the mail today?
     
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    Once you have read one KJVO book you have read them all.
     
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    I have read the first two or three chapters of this book. It is not a KJV-only book. Dr. Sproul presents some good challenges to typical
    KJV-only reasoning.
     
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    My apologies, I assumed that it was a KJVO book. I should not have jumped the gun.
     
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    4His_glory you have nothing to apologize for. If Logos had posted something other than he got the book in the mail you might have had some idea of the purpose of his post.
     
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    Michael Sproul wrote: "Historic Fundamentalism also faces mortal peril if it does not begin to oppose the revisionist history of its past concerning the definition of its Fathers' understanding of inspiration, inerrancy, infallibility, textual criticism, and preservation" (p. 323). He added: "We cannot afford to set aside our 'ancient landmarks' for a bowl of 'KJV-only' pottage" (p. 323).
     

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