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In Awe Of Thy Word - Gail Riplinger (2003)

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In Awe of Thy Word - Gail Riplinger

In this day and age when Christians jump to every new theory about the Gnostic Gospels, why books belong in the Bible, the Da Vinci Code, etc., people need to be anchored to the historical truth that the King James Bible is God’s preserved words in English. That is what Gail Riplinger’s book, In Awe of Thy Word, does for us.

This book shows how the words of the King James Bible are the same word meanings and sounds across languages, across cultures and across time. No other Bible is like it! The King James Bible is made up of words and sounds that make you understand the feeling behind the words. And King James words are very similar to words used in other language Bibles. Today we could reach one third of the whole world with the King James alone – more than any other Bible!

Riplinger quotes from many popular literary and linguistic books, both Christian and secular, that tell the story of why the King James Bible is the best translation, not only for communicating meaning in English, but also for accurately representing the poetry and meaning of the Hebrew and Greek scriptures.

In Awe of Thy Word shows the historical roots of the King James Bible. It reveals the Bible’s continuous history, from both the Gothic Bible of 350 AD and of Britain from the 2nd century to the present, and how God’s words have stayed the same through all those centuries. And it shows why those words, in all their poetry and majesty, should never be replaced with the lesser words of any other Bible.

If you want to know the TRUTH about the history and mystery of God’s words, if you want to get beyond all the perverted Bible “fads,” then this book is for you. It will give you the amazing facts about God’s preserved words for the English language, the King James Bible.


The Holy Bible, Authorized King James Version - Pure Cambridge Edition

The Bible is the Word of God given to mankind. It tells us of His purpose with the earth and mankind. Of the history of the first people and their dealings with God and of the history of the people of Israel of old. It tells of the promises made to faithful men and women long ago. Of the promise of Messiah – the Christ – and the hope of salvation through the forgiveness of sins that would come through this Son of God. Of God’s plan and purpose and of various steps along the way that can be recognised. It tells of the return of Jesus in glory to re-establish God’s kingdom in the Last Days and of the glorious Millennium age.