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Jim Taylor

In Defense of the Textus Receptus     

    Dr. Jim Taylor, an experienced Bible translator, missionary, and pastor said: “Are all Bible translations created equal? Is there such a thing as a pure Bible free from error? What do the scholars say? But more importantly, what does the Bible teach about itself? This book is written for layman and scholar alike. It is a fresh but systematic explanation of inspiration, preservation, canonization and transmission as they apply to the Bible controversy raging in our churches today.” The author is a veteran missionary and Bible translator who travels world-wide assisting Bible translation teams in their processes. This book is the result of the last twelve years of research into the Bible Translation debate.”

Where to Purchase:
In Defense of the Textus Receptus
 

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"He keepeth the paths of judgment, and preserveth the way of his saints."

Proverbs 2:8