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Is the King James (or any other) version of the Bible Perfect?


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I know a couple of men whose love of God and the Messiah is simply undeniable. I have what I regard as a strong relationship to our Father YHWH ha Elohiym, but their relationships impress me as being stronger. I don’t agree with them on every element of theology, but there’s no way to deny the sincerity of their love for God.

Both are convinced that “The Bible is perfect”.

I’m not.

To analyze their statement (“The Bible is perfect.”), we need to first decide what is meant by “perfect”.  I’m going to proceed on the assumption that a “perfect” Bible is one that precisely and accurately carries all of the word of God and only the word of God that He intended us to read and understand.

Second, we need to decide which “Bible” is perfect? According to Biblica, there are hundreds of different versions of the Bible that are published in English.  Each of those versions is different to some degree from the rest.

It seems logical to suppose that there can’t be two versions of the Bible that are both significantly different from each other, and yet, both perfect.  To be “perfect” would seem to be flawless and thus unique.  If any one version of the Bible is “perfect,” over 99% of the remaining versions are different from the one perfect version in some respect.  Thus at least 99% of all the current English versions of the Bible are not “perfect”.

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Posted by on April 17, 2014 in Bible

 

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Tuesday Night Radio Show: the Bundy standoff


American Independence Hour hosted by Alfred Adask; 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM Central time, Tuesday nights, on AmericanVoiceRadio.com and also on the KU band, free-to-air satellite link at Galaxy 19.  There’ll be call-ins at 1-800-596-8191

American Independence Hour--Internet Radio [courtesy Google Images]

American Independence Hour–Internet Radio
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Tonight we’ll have two hours of various subjects including:

•  The Bundy standoff in Nevada–I hope you’ll call in.  I want to hear whatever your have to say.

•  5th Amendment

•  this state vs. The State

•  the Commerce Clause

 

I hope you’ll tune in.  I hope you’ll call in.

 
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Posted by on April 15, 2014 in American Independence Hour, Radio

 

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My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys


Cliven Bundy [courtesy Google Images]

Cliven Bundy
[courtesy Google Images]

The Cliven Bundy standoff has apparently ended.  The Bureau of Land Management has withdrawn all of its helicopters, vehicles and hit men.  At least for now.

If the BLM comes after Bundy again, they’ll do a blitzkrieg and come so fast there won’t be time for the public to rally around Bundy. The BLM will probably start by cutting off the surrounding cellphone towers so no one will be able to call for help or broadcast live images of the raid and government brutality.  If the government kills anyone or burns their home to the ground, cutting off those cellphone towers (or otherwise seizing or disabling cell phones) will be evidence of government’s intent to commit murder–1st degree, cold-blooded, premeditated murder–without leaving any telltale digital evidence of their crime.

Nevertheless, for now, it’s time for the Bundys and all of their supporters to celebrate–and pray.

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Repudiate the National Debt?


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One of my readers claims that the only way out of our current economic problems is to simply repudiate the existing National Debt.  He argued that repudiating the debt was justified by the fact that the entire National Debt is based on fraud.  More, he compared repudiating the National Debt to the “Jubilee” in the Old Testament wherein every 50 years, all debts were cancelled. 

I replied as follows:

 

Simply repudiating the debt would work fine if our monetary system were still based on precious metals or some other tangible substance.  We could eliminate the debt but our economy would still retain the assets—gold & silver coins—although some of the gold and silver might be redistributed into other people’s hands.

The reason the Old Testament people could have a Jubilee every 50 years and wipe out all the debt is that those Old Testament people used an asset-based (gold, silver, even cattle) monetary system.  When the Jubilee occurred, it didn’t destroy any assets.  Whatever tangible assets (gold, silver, cattle) existed within the local economy, tribe or nation before the Jubilee began, would remain in the economy during and even after the Jubilee had ended.  Only the debt would be destroyed.

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Tuesday Night Radio: Votes of No Confidence, Mortgage Origination, Titles of Nobility


American Independence Hour hosted by Alfred Adask; 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM Central time, Tuesday nights, on AmericanVoiceRadio.com and also on the KU band, free-to-air satellite link at Galaxy 19.  There’ll be call-ins at 1-800-596-8191

Tonight we’ll have two hours of various subjects including:

American Independence Hour--Internet Radio [courtesy Google Images]

American Independence Hour–Internet Radio
[courtesy Google Images]


Votes of No Confidence

Mortgage Originations Plunge To Lowest On Record

Titles of Nobility among the police

Political campaign contributions beyond the district where you can vote.

Interference with commerce by threats or violence

 

Please tune in.    Please call in at 1-800-596-8191

 
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Posted by on April 8, 2014 in Radio

 

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She’s Goin’ For It.


Watch the faces of Bill Clinton, daughter Chelsea, and Hillary herself. They are full of glee.  They all know what Hillary intends to do.  They even think she can win.  Barring the unforeseen, Hillary will run for President in A.D. 2016.

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Posted by on April 8, 2014 in 2016 Election, Video

 

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The Bretton Woods Committee


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[courtesy Google Images]

In A.D. 1944, an international conference was held at Bretton Woods, New Hampshire, to establish a new monetary system for the post-WWII world.  A fundamental principle of the resulting “Bretton Woods Agreement” was that the US dollar would be backed by gold and would come to be used as the world reserve currency.

In A.D. 1971, President Nixon closed the “gold window” and stopped redeeming foreign-held US dollars with gold.  Some people suppose that when the US dollar became pure fiat and was no longer redeemable in gold, the Bretton Woods Agreement ended.

However, the original Bretton Woods Agreement involved much more than merely promising to redeem foreign-held dollars with gold.  Vestiges of that Agreement continue to function and exert influence under the oversight of The Bretton Woods Committee.

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