The Answer Book

2. Isn’t Easter in Acts 12:4 a mistranslation

QUESTION #2: Isn’t “Easter” in Acts 12:4 a mistranslation of the word “pascha” and should it be translated as “passover”? ANSWER: No, “pascha” is properly translated “Easter” in Acts 12:4 as the following explanation will show. EXPLANATION: The Greek word which is translated “Easter” in Acts 12:4 is the word “pascha”. This word appears twenty-nine…

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3. Was King James a homosexual?

QUESTION #3: I have been told that King James was a homosexual. Is this true? ANSWER: No. EXPLANATION: King James I of England, who authorized the translation of the now famous King James Bible, was considered by many to be one of the greatest, if not the greatest, monarchs that England has ever seen. Through…

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6. Don’t the best manuscripts support new Bible versions?

QUESTION #6: Don’t the best manuscripts support the new versions? ANSWER: No. The best manuscripts support the Bible, the Authorized Version. EXPLANATION: The new versions are only supported by about five of the over 5,000 manuscripts of Bible text. Critics of the Bible claim that these manuscripts are better than those used by the translators…

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8. Where do Bible manuscripts come from?

QUESTION #8: Where do Bible manuscripts come from? ANSWER: Most existing manuscripts of the Bible are divided into two “families”. These families are generally represented by the cities of Alexandria, Egypt and Antioch, Syria. EXPLANATION: There are only two Bibles, God’s and the devil’s. There are only two views of the Bible. It is totally…

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9. What is the Septuagint?

QUESTION #9: What is the LXX? ANSWER: A figment of someone’s imagination. EXPLANATION: First, let’s define what the LXX is supposed to be. An ancient document called “The Letter of Aristeas” revealed a plan to make an OFFICIAL translation of the Hebrew Bible (the Old Testament) in Greek. This translation was to be accepted as…

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10. Why Luke would declare the ASV Bible a fraud.

QUESTION #10: What does this statement mean? “The King James Bible was good enough for the Apostle Paul, so it’s good enough for me.” ANSWER: This statement is usually made in a sarcastic manner in order to embarrass Bible believers in their belief. The FACT is, the King James Bible WAS good enough for Paul.…

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