Bags of Bran

Have you met one?
June 20, 2014, 10:54 pm
Filed under: Biography, Personal Adventures

I struggle to understand what is attractive about the King James Only position. Certainly it is not the noble-mindedness of their leadership: I don’t think they’re taught to look for that, nor would they know what to look for.

Perhaps there are some outstanding individuals among the KJVO crowd. Unfortunately, the ones I’ve met have all been rabidly anti-education; suspicious of everything that does not come endorsed by their magisterium; ignorant of Greek, Hebrew, theology, Palestinian history, European history, American history, Baptist history, the biographical history of Brooke Foss Westcott and Fenton John Anthony Hort, and even the history of the KJV.

But somehow they have my motives and inclinations all figured out.


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