New Age Bible Versions

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Gale Riplinger's exhaustive six-year collation of new Bible versions, their underlying Greek manuscripts, editions, and editors is culminated by this video.

It objectively and methodically documents the hidden alliance between new versions and the New Age Movement's One World Religion. The emerging new Christianity - with its substitution of riches for righteousness, a crown for a cross, and an imitation for a new creation - is shown to be a direct result of the wording in new versions.

Gale exposes new version editors' in agreement with Luciferians, occultists, and New Age philosophy in mental institutions, since parlors, prison cells, and court rooms for heresy trials.

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  • Currently we are going through an adjustment period where society, finally, is coming to terms with the wholly untenable assertions of religion. We are slowly returning to a universal humanistic morality that was displaced by religion. The transition is painful and confusing for many, but we will get through it and we will be better off for it. Some good news: In 2000, just twelve years ago, only about ten million people self-identified as atheist. In 2010, that number was 37,000,000 (partly become the number of atheists grew and partly because people were less afraid to tell the truth). We are on our way to a better, more tolerant, more intelligent, more discerning, more peaceful and kind world. After a long dark winter of religious superstition and ignorance, we are starting to evolve again. Thank Humanity.     

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  • The mass of scholars know full well that the KJ version of the bible is full of mistranslations (willful and otherwise), redactions, and interpolations. As well, the KJV is so preposterously opaque to the modern reader that many verses can be "explained" or "interpreted" almost any way you please. Fundamentalist christians love the KJV for that very reason -- they can imagine it says whatever they want. Many of the new versions give us a clearer, more accurate, and more honest rendering of both the KJV and the earlier texts that it was, in part, drawn from. The resulting picture is that of an early church that was brutal, murderous, bizarrely superstitious, clearly willing to simply remove and replace scripture according to changing political and cultural issues of the ongoing centuries. Christianity has stood in the way of social, philosophical, medical, scientific, and general human progress for nearly two thousand years. Now the church is in a panic to reestablish the power, control, and wealth it once had by launching a massive and sustained attack on logic, reason, critical thinking, education, science, truth, etc., that they feel stands in their way. Currently we are going through an adjustment period where society, finally, is coming to terms with the wholly untenable assertions of religion. We are slowly returning to a universal humanistic morality that was displaced by religion. The transition is painful and confusing for many, but we will get through it and we will be better off for it. Some good news: In 2000, just twelve years ago, only about ten million people self-identified as atheist. In 2010, that number was 37,000,000 (partly become the number of atheists grew and partly because people were less afraid to tell the truth). We are on our way to a better, more tolerant, more intelligent, more discerning, more peaceful and kind world. After a long dark winter of religious superstition and ignorance, we are starting to evolve again. Thank Humanity.     
     

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  • Biblebeliever 4 years ago

    What you have posted is so wrong. I hope you have learned more truth since posting this.  If not..."Who is this that darkeneth counsel by words without knowledge?" Job 38:2KJV

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  • Servant 5 years ago

    I have known for a considerable amount of time that several new version of the Bible have been altered. However, the ten commandments still stand. Obey those commandments and believe in Jesus Christ; first as your Lord, King and then Saviour. Honor His true Sabbath (the seventh day of the week; and not the first day) and God won't care which version of the bible you read. For those who aren't aware that sunday is actually the first day of the week, check any dictionary. The weekly cycle has never been interrupted or 'harmonized' through out history. The Sabbath day is a symbol of allegiance between the Lord and His followers, it is a matter of authority. In changing it, man directly tells God that humans are the boss in the relationship. And NO, Jesus did not do away with the ten commandments. The Lord has never taken back a word He said. And there is no single verse in the bible that authorizes the change of the Sabbath from Saturday to sunday. People only do so based on the 'authority' of the catholic church; a system that assumes power to forgive sins and hence puts itself in the place of God. The Roman Catholic Church is the anti-Christ, and the beast described in Revelations. It is the system of perdition that betrays God with a kiss, just like Judas.

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  • Agnostic 5 years ago

    To use a "manuscript" from the past to dictate or guide one's life in the present is a bit much. There are "rules", "guidelines", or "regulations" - religious laws, that are universal only to those of that religion.

    We've come so far in evolution, be it scientifically, spiritually, or individually - to assume that one way of thought and belief, is the only way.

    I came from a strict Old Testament Catholic home. I was practically RAISED in church, lol. However, as I grew into my own, as I became more aware of other peoples, other cultures around the world, I realized that there was more to it [religion]. Most religions have similar laws to live by, as Catholics have the Ten Commandments. They are pretty primitive, but are very good basic rules to follow; don't kill, don't steal, respect your parents, blah blah blah. It isn't the rule of law that creates friction amongst us. It's the many different ways the laws are translated, especially when they are translated for the benefit of the individual or the individual's group.

    While serving in the military, I was open minded about practicing different ways of worship. After seeing death, and seeing how horrible, closed minded, and destructive people can be - everything became trivial. Questions arose; "If I die now, did I live the way I was 'supposed' to live?", "He was a good man, now he's a dead man, so what was the purpose of being a good man? He's still dead! Would being an evil man have changed his time of death?"...

    Those rules are in place to tell us something. They basically tell us, that if we don't follow them, then someone will get hurt. It could be you, it could be someone you love, or it could be someone you will never know.

    So much is placed on religion. One thing people here in the US will never understand, is that a religion to us, is a way of life to another. We attend mass or worship at temples, on specific days, possibly once a week or less. There a people in other parts of the world that will not eat until they feel an offering to their god(s) is/are worthy of acceptance. There are people that pray 3-5 times a day. There are people that give of their own flesh to feel religiously satisfied. Because it is a way of life to them, any intrusion to it, is thought of as an act of violence. It's the same as someone breaking into your home and telling you that your family holiday traditions are wrong. It's the same as having passenger planes fly into symbols of American strength and ingeniuty. Is that right? Hell no! So, are we right to do the same? Why don't you grab a rifle and head into the field with me, and then judge - but wait until a few of your friends get killed trying to distinguish civilians from hostiles, when the opposing side doesn't care who they kill.

    What does any of that have to do? Take a look at the basic rules of any religion...those laws we spoke of; Don't kill, Don't lie, Don't Steal...so on.

    How do I conclude my rambling? Well - it all comes down to a simple statement. Respect life, everything else...is trivial.

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  • Freeman Noorani 6 years ago

    God is awesome worship him!

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  • Sorry folks, but Gail Riplinger who majored in interior design and home economics is a liar and fraud whose work has been completely refuted and shown to be dishonest, fallacious and unscholarly. She wasn't a college professor for 10 years but an ASSISTANT PROFESSOR for only 8. And in fields having NOTHING to do with anything of Scripture.

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  • Jonny Blaze 7 years ago

    For Terry: Go NIV GO NIV. Im terry im lazy, even tho I have someone telling me something I still dont search it. Although there is malicious, gnostic, devil worshiping people behind the scenes creating confusion. I will still read my NIV because im terry and im like 90 percent of humanity im lazy and a coward. Go NIV Go NIV.

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  • Lynne 7 years ago

    oh dear, after a few months I've checked back on my comment and finding a bunch of spin, eh ? "Lynne" did not state that everyone Must learn the Bible's original languages to qualify as "wanting the Bible".

    It sure seems pretty cultist tho for KJV-only folks to think that other translations were not done by Christians, seems a silly claim.

    The Word of God is Jesus, not a translation or particular manuscript, and Jesus is the Word made flesh (John 1)

    My NASV addendum articles includes a thorough discussion of all manuscripts used or not, and why, including "Codex Sinaiticus" and evidences scholarly understanding....without dissing anyone.

    A Christian (respectfully disagreeing with other religions) believes that the Creator sent Jesus, not a translation of the Bible, as Saviour. Can anything come between us and God ? (John 14, Romans 8), Jesus makes a relationship with God possible through Himself, the Way, the Truth and the Life (Romans 5).

    And the Scriptures are for all, for the Common Man, not for the Esoteric or Erudite only (Ist Corinthians 2)

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  • As 'Lynne' states, if you want the Bible, learn Hebrew (ancient Hebrew, to be more specific), Greek, (ancient Greek), etc. Lynne is exactly correct. I wanted the Bible, so I did. I began studying the source languages we find most manuscripts in. What I found was what this speaker is trying to say. Most modern translations are simply not the Bible. While I do not agree with every point she raises, or even half of the points she raises, the underlying premise that the Bible has been altered, in very specific ways by very specific groups of people, for very specific purposes, is 100% factual.

    The issue is not so much one of translation, but one of the selection of manuscripts to translate. Most modern versions are based on Codex Sinaiticus, specifically chosen by Westcott and Hort, 2 unsaved Bible critics, (look em up because you're probably reading their words and not God's) NOT because of its authority, trustworthiness, or supposed age, but because it agreed with their personal theology, and was easier to translate in a manner more consistent with their personal theology without being blatantly apostate, despite the fact that it DID NOT agree with the vast majority of extant manuscripts at that time, or at any time. Sinaiticus is simply a deception which has gained public acceptance as authoritative because of its use by people to promote a specific theology as opposed the the word of God, and the apathy of people to counter such attacks on the word of God.

    I WILL keep my hands off your NIV and any NIV for that matter, specifically because it is not a Bible. It is a deception.

    Buy a Strongs and get busy. Learn about the manuscripts that existed in the past and exist today, where they came from, who wrote them and why some are chosen as authoritative and some are not.

    If you really want the Bible, that is...

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