In late September Pastor Rodney Beaulieu produced two videos critiquing the book “The King James Bible in America.” The author, Bryan Ross, has prepared a response. This eight-part response is being posted here for interested parties. In the interest of intellectual fairness and complete transparency we are posting the original critique followed by the responses by the author. We think you will find this interaction informative and thought provoking.
The King James Bible in America: a critique by Rodney Beaulieu
A Tale of Two Different Schools (9/24)
A Tale of Two Schools, Part 2 (9/27)
The King James Bible in America: A response by Bryan Ross
Below are the responses by Bryan Ross.
Thanks for creating this website to allow people to easily track the discussion.
The current English language (American iteration) is a bastardized, ever changing, acronym- worshipping, fly-in-the-ointment slop. Just like “post-modern” “”art””, and rap music. And the academicians desire to put a ladle in that slop and apply it to ANY Bible version is utterly irresponsible, slavish fealty to the spirit of this age. To attempt to justify the application of this misguided fealty to the 1611 AKJV, is especially egregious.
Meditate on Matthew 11:25.
There is a reason the Romanists chose to retain a dead language, Latin, for purposes of preservation and clarity. I am not a Romanist, but even a broken clock gets it right twice a day.