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Christian Holy Bible exposed
26 Feb 2002
Holy Bible exposed
The Holy Bible exposed:

King James and the Emperor Constantine rewrote the Christian Bible. They added lies, and erased the parts that were true.

Who really wrote the Bible and Quran?


by Robert L. Johnson

Many rank and file Christians sincerely believe the Bible is a direct communication from God to man. I know I used to believe it was when I was a Christian. And from recent conversations with many sincere Christians I know this is currently true for many believers. Once it is proven to our God-given reason that the Bible is strictly a man-made collection of mythology the mind loses yet another shackle of "revelation" and is soon on its way to full freedom and progress.

The Bible was not handed to mankind by God, nor was it dictated to human stenographers by God. It has nothing to do with God. In actuality, the Bible was VOTED to be the word of God by a group of men during the 4th century.

According to Professor John Crossan of Biblical Studies at DePaul University the Roman Emperor Constantine the Great (274-337 CE), (a bust of Constantine is pictured below) who was the first Roman Emperor to convert to Christianity, needed a single canon to be agreed upon by the Christian leaders to help him unify the remains of the Roman Empire. Until this time the various Christian leaders could not decide which books would be considered "holy" and thus "the word of God" and which ones would be excluded and not considered the word of God.

Emperor Constantine, who was Roman Emperor from 306 CE until his death in 337 CE, used what motivates many to action - MONEY! He offered the various Church leaders money to agree upon a single canon that would be used by all Christians as the word of God. The Church leaders gathered together at the Council of Nicaea and voted the "word of God" into existence.


Conflict and controversy were not new to Christianity; however the Christian Empire experienced some substantial disputes. When Constantine I became the ruler of Rome in 313, the Donatist controversy was raging in North Africa and Numidia. A soldier and a statesman who liked order and agreement, Constantine tried to quell it but not very successfully. Constantine was not a theologian, but he took steps during his rule to try to make Christianity less conflictual by calling the Council of Nicea to settle the Arian controversy. One result of the the council was the drafting of a version of what we now call the Nicene Creed.

Constantine played a significant role in the canonization of the Bible. His desire for and actions to create unity and uniformity contributed to the process of deciding upon a fixed canon. In addition, he financed fifty copies of the scriptures to be produced for use in Constantinople. The production of these manuscripts were supervised by Eusebius of Caesarea, who tells about of the request in his book Life of Constantine. Presumedly, these scriptures were the complete New Testament but some scholars think they consisted only of the four gospels.

"The Constantine Conspiracy
The story of Emperor Constantine and his conspiracy with the apostate church to change the times and laws of God. Accounts his anti-Semitism, his ruthlessness, and the error of the church. Documented using centuries old writings of Jesuit priests"

"... the beloved King James version was published in 1611. The King James Version (KJV), itself, has been updated several times: in 1629, 1638, 1762, and 1769.

The team of 47 scholars who translated the KJV version did an excellent job. The problem with the KJV is that the English language has changed a lot in the nearly 400 years since it was published. Many KJV words and phrases, such as Lord of hosts, sabaoth, emerods and concupiscence, would not be meaningful to to most people today. Worse, many other KJV words, such as charity, trespass, profit, and remission, have different primary meanings today than they did in 1611 and could tend to mislead the reader.

None of the original texts of the OT or NT are known to exist; the best available sources are hand-made copies of copies."
"What are the few translation errors, unjustifiable additions and misplaced verses of the King James Version Bible?"

"Translation Errors
Here is a partial listing of King James Version translation errors: ..."

"Unjustified Additions to the KJV
Derived From Latin Vulgate, Not in Greek Text
These additions should be omitted from the KJV: ..."

"Misplaced Verses in the KJV "
"Items Wrongly Substituted or Left Out of the KJV, Should be Reinstated"


"Was the translation process from original languages into English of 1611 A.D. protected from error by direct inspiration of the Holy Spirit?
"KJV only" advocates say yes!
The Facts say NO!"

"Were KJV Translators Inspired?"

"*Irrefutable proof the translators were not inspired

*Introductory notes

*69 Questions for "KJV only" advocates

*1611 marginal notes devastating!!!

*Indisputable, universally recognized errors in the KJV

*Inconsistency in translation

*A Good Translation, But Nothing More

*9 reasons why the KJV is NOT the best translation today.

*Egyptian Corruption Argument refuted

*Historical bloodline of "KJV only" false teachers
*Archaic Language of the KJV
*The Original translators Preface to the 1611 Edition"

"Incredible!!! Imagine this. The KJV translators specifically dispel any notion that they were specially guided by God in the preface, but didnít know that what they wrote in the preface was wrong. God was inspiring their choices of manuscripts!
Unanswerable question: "If the translators died not knowing they were inspired, HOW DID YOU FIND THIS OUT"???"

"Which KJV is inspired, since it was revised four times, the last being in 1769.
What Bible would these KJV worshippers recommend since before 1611 there was no Bible.
Do they realize that the apostle Paul did not use the KJV.
Why do KJV only advocates reject the apocrypha, since the original 1611 version contained the apocrypha? "


"Good King, Bad King
How Christian was the king whose name is almost always associated with the Bible?

The KJV Has Shortcomings [An Outline about the Versions Controversy]
Is the King James (Authorized) Bible The Best?
Is There Only One True Bible Version?

The King James Only Debate: Is It a True or False Teaching?

On the Shoulders of King James
Has examples of where the KJV used gender inclusive langauge, etc.

Errors and Mistranslations in the KJV
Will The Real Bible Please Stand Up?"
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