MTZCAST Episode 18 | Studying Original Languages

MTZCAST is back! In this broadcast, we’re joined by special guest Pastor Robert Adam, as we consider the study of original languages of scripture. Specifically, whether such is ok, what are the benefits, and how to get started.Covered in this video: The Textus Receptus The King James Bible Seminaries Modern vs Koine Greek Resources for…

Greek Lesson: “And You Hath He Quickened” in Ephesians 2:1

As you notice, the clause “hath he quickened” in Ephesians 2:1 is italicized in the King James Version, meaning it was supplied by the translators for the sake of translating the complete thought contained in the Greek Textus Receptus, from which the KJV was translated. Modern English translations forego including this clause and occasionally it…

Which version of the Bible should I use?

By Josh Winslett For English speaking people, my preference and strong conviction is the King James (Authorized) Version. Here are some reasons why: Because it is a translation and not paraphrased. One of the today’s most popular versions, the NIV, is 10% paraphrased. In other words, 10% are in mans words and not Gods. There…