“The King James Bible” Which Bible Should I Study?

As a Christian, you have no choice – it’s The King James Bible also known as The Authorized Bible

As there is one God, one Jesus Christ and one Holy Ghost, there is only one Bible with pure words (Ps 12:6-7).

Q: “What if English is my second language?” A: “No problem, just do your best with the language Bible you have, but remember the standard for all other languages is the Authorized Bible”

Furthermore, as a believer, your saved soul has been separated from your physical body of sins (Col 2:11), so why not separate yourself from the many sins and corruptions of all other ‘bible’ versions, and read the purified Bible?

Errors in the King James Bible

There are none. The false suggestion that there are errors in the Authorized Bible, is generally promoted by those who won’t be subject to the words of God in English. Generally, these are people who resort to the Greek or Hebrew, believe another man’s opinion or who are bound by some denominational creed. The King James Authorized Bible is the only pure, perfect, infallible, inerrant, inspired and preserved words of God

All other Bible Versions
They are not Bibles but are satanic counterfeits backed by Rome. “… the words of the LORD are pure words: as silver tried in a furnace of earth, purified seven times. Thou shalt keep them, O LORD, thou shalt preserve them from this generation for ever. Psalm 12:6-7. (Deut 4:2 12:32; Rev 22:19; Prov 30:6). There are many thousands of errors, omissions, additions, substitutions and corrupt doctrine in all the other versions eg the NKJV, NIV and the NASB.

The Greek Game
This is a ploy used by gnostic Christians (people with their own self appointed deeper spiritual knowledge) to destroy the belief of the average Christian in the plain English of the Authorized Bible. For example, the Greek word “haplotes” is translated five different ways in the King James Bible, and they are ‘liberal’, ‘bountifulness’, ‘liberality’, ‘simplicity’ and ‘singleness’. Now, puffed up preachers destroy the common man’s faith in the Bible by saying “The translators made a mistake as this word should not be ‘liberality’ but ‘simplicity.”

Another case in point are the words “agape” and “phileo” with the former supposedly being ‘God’s love’ and the latter being ‘brotherly love’. This is absolutely wrong.

For example, we have Jesus speaking “As many as I love (phileo)…” (Rev 3:19). Conversely, Jesus speaks of the Pharisees and how they “…love (agape) the uppermost rooms.” (Lk11:43)

Using the Latin language of Rome, Satan hid the Bible away from the common man for over one thousand years. With the Bible having been translated into the King James English, Satan has now succeeded into getting the Bible back into the hands of the scholars and away from the common man once again – but this time into the hands of the Greek and Hebrew scholars.

Ever heard someone say “Oh, that’s just your interpretation” when it comes to understanding the Bible. People say “Well I believe this and I think that.” It doesn’t matter what people think or believe. It’s what the scriptures actually say. Many are too quick to put their own interpretation on things without finding out what is written.

As the scriptures say Knowing this first, that no prophecy of the scripture is of any private interpretation. For the prophecy came not in old time by the will of man: but holy men of God spake as they were moved by the Holy Ghost. 2 Peter 1:20-21

The Bible is not hard to understand. We look at what it says, is actually written, rather than what we think it means. Many people come to the Bible with preconceived ideas as to what it means. Of course, you have to have the King James Bible first of all. All the other versions are not Bibles – NIV, NKJV, Good News, NASV and the list goes on. There are over 300 other versions that have been published. Of course, if you were Satan there would be only one Bible you would want to change, and that would be the King James.

The Italics
Italics are vital for a translation to give the proper meaning.

For example: The Authorized Bible says “God judgeth the righteous, and God is angry with the wicked every day.” (Psalm 7:11) If there were no italics the verse would read “God judgeth the righteous, and God is angry every day.” What does that mean? Is God angry with the righteous every day? Is God just angry every day? All other versions, while casting stones at the King James Bible for including italics, are deceitful, as they omit them entirely.

The Greek Versus the English
There is no contest, as the English Authorized Bible is far superior to any of the Textus Receptus compilations which all have needed correction in about a thousand places. Furthermore, at the last count as of 2007, thirty two Greek texts had been manufactured by man.

Had God wanted the world to read the Bible in Greek, he would have had Greece conquer the world. No, this duty was given to England who produced the perfect, inerrant, inspired and infallible King James Bible, also known as the Authorized Bible, and sent it to the four corners of the earth.

The revisions of the King James Bible prior to 1800, were simply to correct any mechanical errors of printing and language changes. They fall into three categories

1. Fonts. The modern “u” was written as “v”. The modern “ss” was written like a “B”.

2. Typo’s (typographical). These were simply mis -spelled words

3. Spelling. Words like “ran” could be spelt “ranne” or “rann”

Older and better manuscripts
Are the newer versions of the Bible based on older and more accurate manuscripts? No, this is an absolute lie. The manuscripts that are reckoned to be older and more accurate come from Rome. They are Vaticanus and Sinaiticus. These two manuscripts were originally discarded by Rome and thrown away into rubbish bins. They were simply full of errors and doctrinal lies. This was until a fellow called Tischendorf re-discovered them and Rome used them to overthrow the perfection of the King James Bible. The King James translators had studied them as well, knew they were false and had also thrown them away as useless, being full of errors.

There are no errors in the King James Bible. Unlearned scholars and immature professors try and point out some apparent contradictions. This is because they will not believe that their arguments are untrue when pointed out to them and disproved.

Old English Language
The King James language is not ‘out of date’ or ‘old English’. The King James language is simply Bible language. No-one expects a medical textbook or an engineering manual to be written in
everyday language, as there are terms and definitions that have certain meanings. The King James Bible uses language of a highly specific nature. The King James Bible is written as a legal document and can stand any scrutiny in any court of the land. Instead of man trying to bring God’s language down to the common level of man, we are to reach up and understand the language that God would have us use.


Infallibility, inerrant, inspired, preserved, pure words, no private interpretation, perfect

Even though the King James translators were fallible and with error, the King James Bible is not. This proves that God was the author and not mere men. They simply said they were only instruments in God’s hands. The translators were the writers but not the authors. As the Bible says For the prophecy came not in old time by the will of man: but holy men of God spake as they were moved by the Holy Ghost. 2 Peter 1:21

The following is an excerpt from “The Statement of Beliefs of the King James Bible Church, Brisbane, Australia.”

We believe The King James Authorized Bible to be the pure, perfect, infallible, inerrant, inspired and preserved words of God, and consists of the sixty-six books as found preserved in the 1611 King James Authorized Bible. Holy men of God spake as they were moved by the Holy Ghost and their words were written down, and have been divinely preserved, throughout the ages, until reaching us in its present form. The King James Authorized Bible has preserved the very words of God in the form he wanted in the universal language of these last days - English.

We believe that God’s word, The King James Bible, is the words of God, and therefore we totally reject all other English bible versions. We believe that any Greek Textus Receptus has been corrected in several hundred places by the 1611 King James Authorized Bible. We believe that the scriptures are not open to private interpretation.

Holy Men spake: 2Pet 1:20-21; Luke 1:70

God’s word: 2Sam 23:2; Ps 119:11, 89, Psa 138:2 ; Is 8:20; Luke 4:4; John 17:17; 1Thess 2:13; Heb 4:12

Words of God: Deut 18:19; Prov 4:20; Matt 24:35; Luke 4:4; Jn 6:63, John 12:48

Pure words: Prov 15:25, Pro 30:5; Ps 12:6

Private Interpretation: 2Pet 1:20-21

Inspiration: 2Tim 3:16-17

Preservation: Ps 12:6-7, Matt 24:35; 1 Pet 1:23-25

Other English bible versions: 1Cor 2:13-14, 1Co 14:33; 2Cor 2:17; Rom 10:17 (not by other versions’ words); Heb 4:12; Jn 12:48; Matt 24:35; 1Thess 2:13; Rev 22:19;

Deut 4:2; Jer 26:2; Prov 30:6; 2Tim 4:3;

Note: Ever heard the saying “The sun never set on the English empire.”? God waited till one nation ruled the world, and then he used the English language to produce his perfect Bible.

Furthermore, to the chagrin (mortification, disappointment, humiliation, grief, sorrow, embarrassment, discomfort, wounded pride) of all gnostic Bible scholars, it’s wasn’t in the Greek or the Hebrew. (A chagrin is a roughened leather tool used for rasping wood.) The English rasps/smooths/corrects and files down the Greek and Hebrew in about 1,000 places.

The Inspired Scriptures
All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness: 2 Timothy 3:16

Is the King James Bible the scripture? Yes of course. Then it must be inspired.

The modern versions (NIV, NASB, Good News, New World translation, the Catholic Douay etc) have errors, therefore they can’t be the scriptures.

These books were never part of the Bible. They was just included between the Old and the New Testaments as historical documents.

Words not in the Bible
The world uses words like ‘nature' instead of 'creation'. The Bible says to 'train' children not 'educate' them.

Other words not in the Bible are gifting, humanitarian, idea, environment, concept, humanity, evolution, education, communicate, improving, depression, awesome, brain, conservation, communicate, attitude, concept, contemporary, culture, dynamic, effort, energy, entertain, habitat, excitement, impact, expression, improving, manage, spirituality, universe, unaware, uniting, zest, focus, research, information, positive, anxiety, utilize, feelings, emotions, stress, and the list goes on.

If you can get people to change their everyday language, they’ll soon see the King James Bible as using ancient, archaic and irrelevant words.

When preaching or teaching or evangelizing, other words may be used to explain Bible terms. The above list is to be found in all other ‘bible’ versions but they are not of the Bible.



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Harley Hitchcock



Australian Bible Ministries, PO Box 5058 Mt. Gravatt East 4122 Qld, Australia