Bible translators all over the world are making Bibles that they think are only for Protestant and Baptist believers. But they've been sold a lie! Actually, they have been tricked into also making false bibles for someone else.
Most don't know that Christian translators are being trapped into helping create a One-World Bible! And all the translation work is paid for by contributions from Bible believers like you.
And Who is that "someone" and what do they believe?
They will tell you, in their own words!
©2014 David W. Daniels (P)2014 David W. Daniels
This book was carefully researched and very well written. The author was able to explain his experiences in a carefully thought out and organized way. This may have been because he was a trained in languages and well educated but do not let that intimidate the average reader. I am an average reader and I was able to follow him and the story line was understandable.
The personal experience that the author recalled worked well to help explain the process of the long term problem and it supported the evidence of why and how they changed Bibles. Disclaimer, we might be related by way of the same Pilgrim, not sure.
The authors sincerity and passion for his work came through in his voice and I believe I got an even better feel for the accuracy of the information. I was skeptical about the extent of the problem (which seems to have bloomed into a mushroom by now) but I knew there was agenda. Since I was not able to attend the schools and organizations he had, I could never have put the pieces together without this book.
Generally the author expressed his love for God and a willingness to take the time to research the story as well as stand up for the truth. Certainly the argument that God's word is divine and should never be manipulated by easily identifiable non-believers or persons with an agenda is alarming and deserves a careful review and full exposure.
This book is read in a way that sharp high school students can understand and enjoy as well as benefit from.
The recording is excellent : clear and well narrated.
But the audible system of it is frustrating ; it shuts down on his own and push reading back when resuming play. doesn't synchronize correctly when switching devises and sometimes just give me a empty window .
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