The wait is over folks. Dr. Riplinger has released her monumental work Hazardous Materials: Greek and Hebrew Study Dangers, the Voice of Strangers, the Men Behind the Smokescreen, Burning Bibles Word by Word. In this book, Dr. Riplinger sets out to show the dangers of using Greek and Hebrew lexicons and texts when studying the scriptures. This book serves as the sequel to Riplinger’s previous bestseller, New Age Bible Versions. Dr. Riplinger’s Hazardous Material: Greek and Hebrew Study Dangers is bound to lead many back to the pure word of God.
Below is a brief description of the book from avpublications.com:
QUESTIONING THE WORD OF GOD came first with the serpent’s skeptical query, “Yea, hath God said…?” (Gen.3). Questioning today’s Holy Bible is just as rebellious as questioning ones gender. God did it right the first time. A man-made makeover brings “confusion” and defaces and mutilates God’s creation. Only pride and perversion would propel men to presume that they could improve upon God’s own handiwork. This book will bring Greek and Hebrew study out of the closet for the first time. Tumbling out come the starving skeletons of the authors of Greek and Hebrew study tools, lexicons and editions, the sordid sources from which new versions, such as the NIV, TNIV, NKJV, ESV, NASB, and HCSB take their corrupt words. These are the very same study ‘aids’ which kill a sermon or Bible study when used to ‘define’ a word in the Holy Bible. Lexicon and Bible dictionary authors dug down into the depths of pagan lore, then ransacked the English dictionary to find a match which could burn the Bible word-by-word. The smoke darkens the directing light of the holy scriptures. This book will document that men who want to change and redefine the Holy Bible are likely to want to change anything – even Bible doctrine, their own gender, and their god. For example, Luciferian connections shadow Trench’s New Testament Synonyms and Ginsburg’s TBS Hebrew Masoretic text.