Author Archives: Timothy

Before the King James Bible

What did we have before the King James that gave us the word of God? Michael Kline ___________ Hi Michael, Of course we had the original autographs from Antioch, but there was also a Bible translated into Latin from those original manuscripts called the Old Italia Bible, also known as the Waldenssian Bible. This is… Read More »


Wait, your saying that the “alexandrian” isn’t the original letters the modern publishers of bibles claim they are? Is that what you meant on the home page when you said “counterfeit manuscript”? Silver Surfer ___________ Well, where on earth do you think Origen got the material to create the Alexandrian Text? It came for the… Read More »

Who was Origen

In your last answer to me about hell and on your homepage, you mention this guy Origen. So who was he and what did he do for you to call him a “meddler”? Silver Surfer ____________________ His name was Origen Adamantius (184-254 A.D.), a 3rd century scholar and theologian in Alexandria, Egypt. To let you… Read More »

Hell or Hades

I’ve been watching three different forums that are very deep into the debates on hell and eternal destruction. But I kept noting that in these threads, some people call it hades and some call it hell. Which is it and why the two different names? Does it have anything to do with the different sources… Read More »

Greek or Hebrew

Did Jesus or any of the Apostles quote the Greek Septuagint instead of the Hebrew Old Testament? Don’t we see evidence of this in the New Testament? Anonymous ___________________ No, I don’t believe Jesus or the Apostles quoted the Greek Septuagint. Jesus said: Matthew 5:17 Think not that I am come to destroy the law,… Read More »

The Great Bible Deception

By the end of the first century, the New Testament had been completed and distributed among the churches in Sardis, Laodicea, Philadelphia, Ephesus, Smyrna, Pergamos, and the largest concentration in Antioch. These were the letters (epistles) and Gospels written by the Apostles and Luke the physician. The language used to write these letters and epistles… Read More »