AV Publications Releases Monumental Book by Dr. Gail Riplinger, Hazardous Materials: Greek and Hebrew Study Dangers

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.

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95 responses to “AV Publications Releases Monumental Book by Dr. Gail Riplinger, Hazardous Materials: Greek and Hebrew Study Dangers

  1. Jennifer Di Pasquale

    Because we are living in the last days, apostasy must come as we are warned in Scripture. These false Hebrew and Greek Lexicons are used by Satan to usher in that end! So true christians be on your guard and reject these along with all the false bibles. God only wrote one book. Satan tries to counterfeit everything God does. I believe this is a timely book for these days and essential reading for all christians.

  2. Keith Whitlock

    Another great book from the hardest working and most knowledgable Bible scholar of our day. The research and documentation are thorough as in all her books. This could be the end of Greek-speak as we know it. The book will definitely strenghten your faith in God’s Holy Bible. Every Christian must read this book!

  3. Thanks for highlighting such an important book. Not since Eden has any personality hissed “Yea, hath God said” as frequently as multiply married Gail A. Riplinger. Another contribution of this latest book is it’s change of name for the NASV–from the blurb, the acronym has reverted to NASB. Without question, this makes Hazmat a must-read for anyone who needs to narrow special revelation to two or three letters: KJV or KJB or AV.

  4. Gail Riplinger would not know Biblical scholarship if she was bitten by it. This book will be just like her New Age Bible versions. Lie upon lie, quote-mined, a tribute more to the foolishness of those who insist on KJV-Onlyism.

  5. Here is one:

    [quote] on page 89 of New Age Bible Versions, we read the following, “Even NIV translator Larry Walker applauds the rejection of the Hebrew Old Testament for the Ugaritic wherein the gods of pantheism preside.” The reference given is to Walker’s article, again in The NIV: The Making of a Contemporary Translation, specifically pages 101-102. Yet, one will search in vain throughout the article for the slightest reference to a rejection of the Hebrew Old Testament in favor of anything else at all. The citation simply has nothing to do with the allegation that is made.

    Source: http://bible.org/article/why-respond-gail-riplinger

    • Keith Whitlock

      Walker spent 8 pages of an 11 page article telling why the NIV translators used the Ugaritic instead of the hebrew.

  6. Another from the same source:

    On page 345, after saying that the NIV “joins the cults,” she massacres a quote from Longenecker, again from the book, The NIV: The Making of a Contemporary Translation. She introduces Longenecker’s quotation as follows: “To Longnecker (sic), Jesus was ‘chosen’ to receive the title ‘Son of God’ because he earned it through ‘obedience.’ He says, that Jesus, [then quoting] …exemplified in his life an unparalleled obedience…[H]e has the greatest right to the title…God’s son par excellence.” A quick glance at page 125 of the original source reveals yet once again that Gail Riplinger has misrepresented yet another Christian scholar. Longenecker says nothing of the kind, and in fact gives a very solid, orthodox, Biblically based discussion of the Sonship of Jesus Christ.

    • Keith Whitlock

      Technically Kiwimac, any qoute is out of “context” It is up to the integrity of the writer to accurately convey the beliefs of the person being qouted.
      Longenecker’s NIV does promote a works salvation in places. Longenecker seems to imply that the Lord Jesus Christ earned the right to the title Son of God by obedience.
      Longernecker uses the pagan myth of the resurrection of the Phoenix for an illustration of Christ’s resurrection. Strange.

  7. Yet another:

    The same is to be said of her citation of Palmer’s words with regards to the deity of Christ. On page 2 she quotes Palmer in the following form: “[F]ew clear and decisive texts say that Jesus is God.” This is taken as sure evidence of Palmer’s supposed heresy. Yet, is this accurate? No, yet once again context has been thrown out the window. Palmer is actually talking about the rendering of John 1:18 in the NIV. His words are, “John 1:18, as inspired by the Holy Spirit, is one of those few and clear and decisive texts that declare that Jesus is God. But, without fault of its own, the KJV, following inferior manuscripts, altered what the Holy Spirit said through John, calling Jesus ‘Son.’ “ My what a difference context makes! And Palmer is exactly right. There are less than ten places in all the New Testament that could possibly apply the term Qeov” to Jesus Christ; if that is not “few” then what is?

    Source: http://bible.org/article/why-respond-gail-riplinger

    • Keith Whitlock

      Thats right. Palmers NIV has few clear and decisive texts that say Jesus is God. They destroy 7 references to Christ’s deity in chapter 1 of Revelation alone.

      • Rot, the KJV added the words, the NIV has simply removed what was added by scholars using less accurate MSS

  8. And don’t get me started on her mis-quoting Westcott and Hort, please.

    • Keith Whitlock

      You mean those Bible despising, pro-Catholic, pro-sodomite Alexandrian mystics?

      • They were not Bible despising, nor pro-catholic, not pro-sodomite either. Wrong on all accounts so far Keith,

      • Keith Whitlock

        How would YOU know Kiwimac? They were all that and then some. Experts in shading language, necromancy and dreaming up ridiculous theories of bible transmission which have since been soundly refuted.

  9. kiwimac, those alleged misquotes have been addressed long ago. Please read the information under the section New Versions and Critics critiqued at http://www.avpublications.com/avnew/resources.html

  10. How do you answer:

    On page 2 she quotes Palmer in the following form: “[F]ew clear and decisive texts say that Jesus is God.” This is taken as sure evidence of Palmer’s supposed heresy. Yet, is this accurate? No, yet once again context has been thrown out the window. Palmer is actually talking about the rendering of John 1:18 in the NIV. His words are, “John 1:18, as inspired by the Holy Spirit, is one of those few and clear and decisive texts that declare that Jesus is God. But, without fault of its own, the KJV, following inferior manuscripts, altered what the Holy Spirit said through John, calling Jesus ‘Son.’

    • Keith Whitlock

      Kiwimac,
      Your comment does not even get out of the starting gate. What part of “one of the few clear and decisive texts that declare Jesus is God” do you not get? The NIV omits 100s of references to Christ’s deity.
      You are the definition of a BLIND GUIDE.

  11. Riplinger’s degrees in Interior design and home economics hardly qualify her to make the kinds of comments she is.

    • Yawn! What do your degrees entitle you comment on?

      • Which one, the Doctorate in Theology or the PhD in Comparative Religions?

      • Please read the Riplinger’s response to James White at http://www.avpublications.com/avnew/resources.html The point of my question was not to raise a point about whether you had any “degrees”. My point is, Who cares? I could learn the same material on my own if I so desired. Paying tuition to study and getting a diploma does not necessarily confer that you will be more knowledgeable than someone who learned the material own his own. If you can prove the contrary, please do so!

      • Keith Whitlock

        Gail is mentioned several times in the Who’s Who of Educators. Are you?
        Are you the product of diploma mills like James R. White? OK, he went to liberal Fuller. Grahams baby.

  12. The Highland Host

    Monumentally bad! Ms. Riplinger cites ‘The Da Vinci Code’ as if it contains accurate history, and quotes fabulists Leigh and Baigent as authorities on the Knights Templar, when no historian agrees with them. Professor Charmley of the University of East Anglia in Norwich, England, has told me that Leigh and Baigent write pure fantasy and know nothing at all about Medieval history. These men peddle the 20th century myth that Our Lord’s divinity was decided at the Council of Nicea, and that He was a mere man who married Mary Magdalene and had a child by her. Yet Ms. Riplinger points us to them as authorities on matters of history! That alone is enough to discredit her to all right-thinking Christians! How dare she tell us that such blasphemous productions are to be credited! She is leading Christians astray by encouraging the reading of godless myths.

    And that, brothers, is a FACT!

    • Wow! Have you read any of her works? Of all the lies and distortions about Riplinger, this has to be one of the most absurd and unfounded ones.

    • It seems like you just nick-picked at this one issue. I just got my copy of the book last week. Riplinger only stated that the Da Vinci Code exposed the “occult nature and background of Vaughan’s Temple and was filmed on location there.” While the message of the Da Vinci Code on a whole is bad, it may contain some truthful statements. Also, the subsequent pages further elaborate on C.J. Vaughan ties to the occult.

    • Keith Whitlock

      As a son of a shriner and knights templar, I even worked at the Egyptian shrine in Tampa, Florida when I was a senior in high school, I can say that she is accurate regarding the perversions of these cults. You, Highland wannabe, are a liar.

  13. Have I read any of her books? Brother, would a Christian say such a thing if he hadn’t? I’m reading the wretched book right now! It shocks me, it really does, that she quotes Leigh and Baigent as reliable historians. You can find the relevant passages on Pages 843 following in ‘Hazardous Materials’. I now expect you to take back your slanderous railing accusation, for you have brought an unfounded accusation, which is a sin. I forgive you it, but you need to repent.

    I use the King James Bible and preach from it, but whatever we do, we don’t want to be quoting New Age fantasies as if they contained historical truth!

    Please note that I never said Riplinger approved of everything Leigh and Baigent said, or that she promotes their blasphemies, I didn’t. I said that she points us to them as historical authorities. This is a fact, it may not be one you like to admit, but the truth is often painful.

    • I will further investigate this matter, if God permits, when I get my copy of Hazardous Materials.

      • Keith Whitlock

        Brother Rashad, you will love Gail’s new book.
        Many of the sources she quotes from are rare scholarly works. Not the stuff at the local “Christian” bookstores . I have to use Inter Library Loan to get these books as they are university level books costing hundreds of dollars. Gail is 100 per cent accurate. She is also a Godly woman. In our apostate world, God has risen up a woman to do what we men should have done long ago. Thoroughly expose the corruption of modern bibles.

    • Keith Whitlock

      Sorry for my brutal frankness. No history book written by man is without error.
      Gail knows more history than any dozen bible scholars combined.
      She has spent 8-12 hours a day for the last 30 years studying history as it pertains to the Scriptures and the church. No one even comes close. I think she is the most objective and correct scholar alive today. We must not jump to conclusions.

  14. It is amazing NOWHERE in the bible does it ever say that you have to have a degree to be “qualified”. It cracks me up how christian people banter about their degrees and such…Some of the most learned men were self taught…not “formerly schooled.” So phd. blah blah blah don’t mean squat. Anyone can “study” to their hearts content and become a scholar by just READING!!! So to “qualify” just take hours of study, seeking, looking, finding and collecting data. Get real…don’t get PRIDEFUL.

  15. What part of ‘Gail riplinger is wrong’ do you not get.?She part quotes, she ellides quotes together to make the person seem to be saying something they are not. She is a manipulator of the first water,

  16. Keith Whitlock

    Gail’s scholarship is second to none. Her enemies would be easily shredded by her in a fair fight. So all you can do is whine and slander her and pray that no one reads her books so that you will not be exposed. Palmer said in black and white that few clear and decisive texts say that Jesus is God. You are deceived Kiwimac. Several months ago I offereed a nice shiny restored BMW to anyone who can prove any error in the KJV or any willful fraud in Gail’s works.
    Read the qoute again KiwiMac. One of the chief defects in Westcott and Hort derived bibles is their downplaying of Christ’s deity.
    If you are ever in Vegas I would be glad to do a formal debate with you. I’ll even give you twice the time to expound your views.
    I am a high school dropout and I also contributed to chapter 20 of Gail’s new book.
    Slander her and you slander me.

    • Rot. She cribs quotes, makes people say things they did not say and her research skills are on a par with my pet dog’s.

  17. Keith Whitlock

    Actually save your breath Kiwi. Your comments speak volumes of the quality of education you received and the spirit by which you speak.

    • Let’s just look at some of Gail’s great research skills shall we?

      “…Gail Riplinger claimed: “The first Greek-English lexicon and the one from which all subsequent lexicons take their ‘definitions’ is the Liddell-Scott Greek-English Lexicon of 1843. It began merely as a translation of the Greek-German Lexicon of Passow” (Hazardous Materials, 80).

      Gail Riplinger asserted: “All Bible study dictionaries are based in great part on the definitions in the first Greek-English lexicon by Henry Liddell and Robert Scott, although this is not expressly written on most of them. The Liddell-Scott Greek-English Lexicon is the whorish MOTHER of all harlot lexicons” (p. 83).

      Gail Riplinger wrote: “In fact all Greek lexicography comes first through German Lexicons, the cesspool of Higher and Lower Biblical Ciriticsm” (p. 215).

      It seems that Riplinger skipped over the Greek and English Lexicon of John Jones [printed in London in 1823] and the Greek-English Lexicon of John Pickering [printed in Boston in 1826]. [source: Kiddle, The Cyclopaedia of Education, Third Edition, p. 224). ..”

      A small but easily researched error. This is not hard information to find.

      Pickering’s Greek-English Lexicon was based on the Greek-Latin dictionary of Cornelius Schrevelius (1615-1667).

      Dunbar’s Greek and English Lexicon [Edinburg, 1843] is said to have been “chiefly a reprint of the second edition of Pickering’s work….”

      • Keith Whitlock

        John Jones was a Unitarian minister who wrote a Greek English lexicon Dictionary of Greek writers of Prose and Verse. Not Biblical stuff. Anyway it must not have been any good seeing that it was ignored by the scholars of the day. Especially W&H who hated the bible.
        Pickerings lexicon was incomplete.
        LSJ is THE lexicon source for the Greek-speak of the nicolaitans .
        W & H were up to their eyeballs in the occult and were very likely sodomites like many of their close associates. Especially those of the Cambridge Apostles club

    • Perhaps another example?

      The following discussion in re the Hermes club and Westcott and Hort made by GAR in her NABV.

      http://bibleversiondiscussionboard.yuku.com/reply/48151#reply-48151

  18. “…Not Biblical stuff. Anyway it must not have been any good seeing that it was ignored by the scholars of the day. Especially W&H who hated the bible. W & H were up to their eyeballs in the occult and were very likely sodomites like many of their close associates. Especially those of the Cambridge Apostles club…”

    You are defaming the names of Christian men. They were not any kind of sodomite and I ask you to prove this. Moreover they did not hate the Bible.

    • Keith Whitlock

      A young Westcott and his boss Charles Vaughan (a pederast) were headmasters at Harrow’s boy school. The perversions committed there should have lead to the school being renamed Bugger high.
      It is all documented in Gail Riplinger’s new book Hazardous Materials chapters 22 and 23.
      KiwiMac, all your false allegations have been thoroughly answered and refuted in Gail’s book Blind Guides.

      • Ah, more of Riplinger’s lies.

      • Keith Whitlock

        Henry Liddell’s (Liddell Scott Lexicon) buddy priest Charles Dodgson was a genuine pervert. Liddell permitted Dodgson to take naughty pictures of his 7 year old duaghter Alice dressed as a prostitute. Mr Dodgson under the pen name Lewis Carroll wrote Alice in Wonderland. Read it for a close up look at a deranged mind. Or wait till March 5th for the new movie Alice in Wonderland by the macabre movie producer Tim Burton (Nightmare Before Christmas).
        The thesis of Gail’s book is that Greek and Hebrew study tools are corrupt, not to be trusted and are never to supersede the authority of the scriptures and are a waste of time.
        All the quotations in her new book that I have checked so far are 100 per cent accurate as usual.

    • Keith Whitlock

      Hort called the textus receptus “vile” and “villianous” Anyone who would corrupt the word of God must hate God and his Scriptures.
      Check out The Encyclopedia Britannica, The Fabians, The Occult Underground, The Supernatural History of the Paranormal, Isis Unveiled, The Secret Doctrine, The Encyclopedia of Religion and Ethics & The History of the Society of Psychical Research for some info on the Alexadrian mystics Westcott and Hort.

  19. Sheeple Shearer

    Rashad asked Kiwimac: “Please elaborate on your comment by providing examples of inaccurate quotes.”

    Rashad, get off your lazy backside and check the quotes out for yourself! You want Kiwimac to spoon-feed you after he’s done the work you should for yourself?

  20. “….Henry Liddell’s (Liddell Scott Lexicon) buddy priest Charles Dodgson was a genuine pervert. Liddell permitted Dodgson to take naughty pictures of his 7 year old duaghter Alice dressed as a prostitute. Mr Dodgson under the pen name Lewis Carroll wrote Alice in Wonderland. Read it for a close up look at a deranged mind. Or wait till March 5th for the new movie Alice in Wonderland by the macabre movie producer Tim Burton (Nightmare Before Christmas).
    The thesis of Gail’s book is that Greek and Hebrew study tools are corrupt, not to be trusted and are never to supersede the authority of the scriptures and are a waste of time.
    All the quotations in her new book that I have checked so far are 100 per cent accurate as usual….”

    Try these then:

    Dodgson was not a priest. He attended Christ Church at Oxford and should have been ordained a priest as a condition of his residency. Apparently, Dean Liddell bent the rules for him and allowed him to remain a deacon. No one knows why; the best guess is that he had some legitimate doubts as to his suitability for the priesthood.

    While Dodgson’s photography of young girls, sometimes nude, is considered shocking today, it was not considered inappropriate at the time, and there has never been a hint of sexual scandal involving him and his subjects.

    Dodgson’s photographs of Alice Liddell include pictures of her in the costume of a street waif, which is not the same as a prostitute.

    Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, far from being the product of a “deranged mind,” is a classic example of literary nonsense, a genre that was popular with both adults and children at that time. Dodgson, a mathematician, filled the book and its sequel with word play, in-jokes around logic and mathematics and Alice’s school lessons, the Victorian equivalent of “nerd humour,” and plots based on card and chess games.

    Martin Gardner’s The Annotated Alice shows how saturated Alice was with this kind of intertext. This isn’t the mark of a deranged mind, it’s the mark of a playful and clever mind.

    • Keith Whitlock

      Dodgson was considered a “FIEND” by many of his contemporaries.Check it out on the Google .
      Liddell was considered a super liberal in his time.
      Read their biographies.
      The American Psychiatric Association in 1938 warned parents about the dark side of Dodgson’s book.
      Many Catholic priests consider chid rape OK too. Read the Homosexual Network by Father Enrique Rueda or Randy Engel’s The Rite of Sodomy

    • Keith Whitlock

      Check it out Kiwi. Rev Charles Dodgson. Try googling it.

    • Had you read pg. 298, you would have realized that Riplinger addressed the fact that Liddell released Dodgson of his obligation to take priest orders.

  21. Keith Whitlock

    Actually, Kiwimac, Alice in Wonderland mocks the Bible, Jesus Christ and Hell for starters.

    • What a crock of fertiliser! have you ever read the book? I have.

      • Keith Whitlock

        I bet you have.
        “Evil communications corrupt good manners”
        The Liddell Scott lexicon has a supplement of 320 pages of corrections of errors.
        And preachers use it and it’s derivatives as the final authority and to correct the Holy Scriptures?

    • LOL!

      Hey Whitless, I’ve got a real, genuine, not-made-up Bentley for you if you can prove that Alice in Wonderland “mocks hell.”

      No, really, I mean it. I’ve got it right here.

      LOL!

  22. Sheeple Shearer

    Rashad: “The burden of proof isn’t on me Sheeple.”

    Ah, yeah, it is, Rashad. Kiwimac already did his own checking. You don’t believe him, although you have no proof with which to back yourself. So, yes, the burden of proof IS on YOU. So, now you need to prove Kiwimac wrong by checking Riplinger’s book yourself, and at the same time you also need to prove that she is right. You need to rely on others to do it for you and “prove” it to you because you’re too lazy to check it yourself–or is it that you are afraid to find out. Hell would freeze over before you do your own checking, and everyone here knows that hell is never going to freeze over. Figure out what that means.

  23. Sheeple Shearer

    Keith Whitlock: “Actually, Kiwimac, Alice in Wonderland mocks the Bible, Jesus Christ and Hell for starters.”

    A lot of things in this word mock Jesus Christ, hell, etc., Keith. But what does THAT have to do with the inerrency and inspiration of the KJV? If those things don’t threaten it, what do you care?

  24. Quote:

    On Pp.367-375 of Hazardous Materials Gail Riplinger spends the best part of eight pages discussing the sinister occult implications of the symbol of a snake swallowing its own tail surrounding a lamp found on the title page of Trench’s On the Authorized version of the New Testament as published in America in 1858.

    Apart from a full-page facsimile of the said sinister title page (she refers to it elsewhere, but as the book has 1200 pages and no index, I can’t find it right now), the pages are taken up with speculation as to what led Trench to “Place a serpent on the title page of the book” (P.368). The section is titled “Trench Puts a Serpent on His Title Page!” “Trench’s Serpent” is referred to on P. 381, where he is called “the Serpent’s Scribe.” Sinister, huh?

    Sadly she has apperently not even considered the true reason, the reason that first came to my mind as I gazed upon the facsimile title page (not the one illustrated, though the layout is the same). It’s the publisher’s logo!!!

    Yes, the publisher’s logo. The publisher was Redfield of New York, whose books from the period all bear the same emblem on the title page, as you can see from my facsimile! A simple google search, well within Ms. Riplinger’s ability, confirmed this fact in less time than it takes to go to the John. Check the digital texts found at http://www.archive.org/search.php?query=publisher%3A%22New%20York%20%3A%20Redfield%22 for confirmation.

    Quoted from http://strictandparticular.blogspot.com/

  25. Keith Whitlock

    A “Reverend” mocking Christ and the Holy Scriptures does concern me. When said person is the close associate of a corrupt lexicon writer whose definitions are used to correct the Holy Scriptures that also concerns me and every true Christian.
    I hope Gail sells a million copies of her new book.
    When “Christians ” level false accusations against a sincere godly sister in the Lord, that concerns me.

    • Which ‘reverend’ are you speaking of? Corrupt lexicon writer? Corrupt HOW? Gail Riplinger is many things but sincere? I very much doubt it.

      • Keith Whitlock

        Reverend Dodgson the “Fiend” and his Rev Henry Liddell was a super liberal . His popular lexicon has a supplement 320 pages long of errors and their corrections.
        Read Biblical Language and Lexicography by Taylor and Lexicographica Graecae by Chadwick for the testimony of the world’s best scholars on the sorry state of current Greek lexicons and dictionaries. Or read Gail’s book, she qoutes extensively from both books.
        Cheers.

  26. kiwimac is going to attack the scriptures. Please see his post at http://www.opensourcetheology.net/node/563 where he makes the following astounding claim:

    “And so do we. Our world-view is quintessentially & inevitably different from Paul’s, coming as it does with Galileo, Copenicus, Darwin, Hawking et al in train. We cannot look at things as Paul did and, indeed, we should not. God gives us minds to work things out, hearts to listen to other folk made in God’s image & likeness and the ability to see that compassion is much more important to God than doctrine.

    Kiwimac”

    • Both Copernicus and Darwin have been proven to be wrong. Any theologian who states such blatant heresy about Paul’s epistles is not worthy of his profession.

    • What I said was the Paul spoke from a 1st century Hebrew / Roman point of view, his world view was shaped by the beliefs of both pagan and non-pagan sources. Ours is quintessentially different.

      Compassion is much more important than doctrine, John 3:16 does not read ” For God so loved the doctrine…” nor yet does Jesus in Matt 25:31ff describe doctrine as the basis on which he welcomes or condemns.

      Perhaps you need to rethink what you are saying.

      • Isaiah 28:9 “Whom shall he teach knowledge? and whom shall he make to understand doctrine? them that are weaned from the milk, and drawn from the breasts.”

        Matthew 28:19-20, ” [19] Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost: [20] Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you: and, lo, I am with you alway, even unto the end of the world. Amen.”

        2 Timothy 3:16-17, “[16] All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness: [17] That the man of God may be perfect, throughly furnished unto all good works.”

        The scriptures make it quite clear that sound doctrine leads to good works.

      • Keith Whitlock

        Amen Brother Rashad!!
        “If the foundations be destroyed, what can the righteous do?” Compassion is absolutely important. We love because He first loved us. One must be born again before he can show true compassion.
        Only the Scriptures tell us of the way of salvation through faith alone in the Lord Jesus Christ, the only begotten Son of God.

      • Keith Whitlock

        Paul spoke as he was moved by the Holy Spirit.

  27. Proof of the following please:

    How would YOU know Kiwimac? They were all that and then some. Experts in shading language, necromancy and dreaming up ridiculous theories of bible transmission which have since been soundly refuted.

    • Keith Whitlock

      Dr Gail Riplinger’s New Age Bible Versions and Hazardous Materials and Dr James Sighler’s A Testimony Founded Forever for starters.
      Or, again, The Encyclopedia of Religion and Ethics , the Occult Underground,etc,etc…Alexandrian mystics and necromancers through and through.

    • Keith Whitlock

      Theory of interpolation, the Lucian recension etc,etc…

  28. Amen Brother Rashad!
    The theory of evolution is thoroughly destroyed by the first and second law of thermodynamics.
    There is no proof anywhere of any evolution ever having taken place.
    All evidence supports a six thousand year old earth and instantaneous creation.

    The second law of thermodynamics ONLY works were there is a closed system, that is one in which no energy is coming from anywhere outside the system. Unless you are blind in more than one way or you live in the summerless North then you might just have seen the large yellow ball we call the sun which supplies energy to the OPEN system we call Earth.

    • Keith Whitlock

      Stand outside in the sun all day here in Las Vegas and then tell me that the “yellow ball” makes the difference.The yellow ball wreaks havoc on living sytems especially without the protection of our ozone layer. There must be a working system able to use the “energy” for it to be beneficial I. E. Clorophyll.
      The yellow ball is shrinking at the rate of 5 feet per hour. Our earth’s rotation is slowing down at the rate of one quarter second per year. Our magnetic field is decaying at a half-life of 1500 years.
      The chemical make-up of our air, land and sea demand a six thousand year old earth.
      The laws of information science ( Werner Gitt Phd.) and of irreducable complexity destroy evolution.
      Incidently, Jesuit Jean LeMaitre of Belgium dreamed up the big bang theory. Einstein said he was nuts.
      Evolution is Rome’s baby. See the Berean Beacon article on her strong support of the damnable theory of evolution.

  29. How has Copernicus been proven wrong?

  30. is this a joke????? This riplinger lady needs to repent and get right with God.

  31. Dan G (i'd like to have a real convo BTW)

    He has showed you, O man, what is good.
    And what does the LORD require of you?
    To act justly and to love mercy
    and to walk humbly with your God.

    Or if you desire your KJV with it’s errors coming from it’s 1611 translation written for people in that day (that would be the 1600’s not 1900’s)

    He hath shewed thee, O man, what is good; and what doth the LORD require of thee, but to do justly, and to love mercy, and to walk humbly with thy God?

    Both texts say the same thing, does it matter really that one is for you and I and the other was for people in the 17th century? The people who are translating the bible into all languages and tongues right now in many different countries would laugh at the nonsense that I have read on here. God wants everyone to know him by way of His Word, creation, His Spirit, Jesus, etc. So where do we get the Scriptures then to translate into for all the languages and tongues?

    So which doctrine says we should translate the Holy Word of God into all languages, or would that be a question of compassion since we already “have” the scriptures in our English language. BTW what language did Jesus speak? Do you think he preserved His words only for English speakers? Sheesh I know this sounds so random, but Matt 25 is all about judgment (ya know seperatin’ sheep and goats and all), but nowhere does it say anything about doctrine! Shocking I know, but go look it up. It only talks about how much compassion you have for PEOPLE!
    So maybe you should ask yourself what does the Lord require of me…really?

  32. I think Gail’s new book is just another nail in the coffin of her credability. First, why is the KJV the only bible containing God’s word? What about the Geneva bible which was used for the majority of the KJV translation?. Isn’t that also the word of God? Second, to say the KJV is God’s word perfectly preserved in the English language is hogwash. God NEVER intended His word to be limited to the English language. Third, if Ms. Riplinger is such a biblical scholar, where are her credentials from any seminary, or other theological institute?

  33. Dr. Gail A. Riplinger’s book HazMat is simply irrefutable!!!

  34. Sheeple Shearer

    Periander said: “Dr. Gail A. Riplinger’s book HazMat is simply irrefutable!!!”

    LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL!!!!!!!