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What’s New in the New King James Version?

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Starting in 1881 English Speaking Protestants have been inundated with new Bibles and because scrutiny of these versions is suppressed, most are uninformed regarding the differences.  Is it the providence of God that we should have 200 English Bibles to choose from?  Has the recent proliferation of versions, which contradict each other in many places, led people to a greater trust in God’s Word?  Most will agree that there is less trust in the Bible now than ever before.    It is interesting to note that the Bible producers of the 20th century knew this had happened.  Here is one of their disclaimers:

In this wonderful day of many new translations and revisions, we can greet another new one with either dread or joy!  Dread that “people will become confused” or how that some will understand more perfectly what the Bible is talking about.  We choose the way of joy! (preface, New Living Bible, Copyright 1971)

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This power-packed, 40-page, paperback book written by Max Klein was written to educate people about the modern Bibles.  It is not written to condemn anyone.  The naming of persons and religious systems was necessary for clarity regarding the changes made in the new Bibles.  God has His people within all religions of the world and we know this because God has said, “Com out of her, my people, that ye be not partakers of her sins” (Revelation 18:4).  God has also said, “For to him that is joined to all the living there is hope” (Ecclesiastes 9:4).  Many people, who are searching the Scriptures at this time, will take their stand for the Truth.

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Reverence should be shown for God’s representatives—for ministers, teachers, and parents who are called to speak and act in His stead. In the respect shown to them He is honored.

— Ellen G. White, Education, p. 244