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Why They Changed The Bible: One World Bible For One World Religion Why They Changed The Bible: One World Bible For One World Religion by David W. Daniels
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“So if we were to call any group of guys “Church Fathers,” it would have to be the eight men God spoke and wrote through, to give us the New Testament: Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, Peter, Paul, James and Jude. These are the only people the Lord God anointed to bring us the word and will of God, and interpret it infallibly by the Spirit of God. We can’t trust some theologians who came decades or centuries later to give us God’s words. We have to stick with the people God chose.”
David W. Daniels, Why They Changed The Bible: One World Bible For One World Religion
“I had already noted that the libraries of Roman Catholic priests and professors often contained more commentaries written by Protestants than by Roman Catholics, and their scholars were generally better informed about Protestant beliefs than are Protestant scholars informed about beliefs held by Roman Catholic theologians.”
David W. Daniels, Why They Changed The Bible: One World Bible For One World Religion
“God wants us to read the Bible for ourselves, pray to God for answers and trust what the Bible says. He doesn’t want us fooled into asking someone else to interpret everything for us. If we can be fooled into always trusting someone to interpret the Bible for us, we can be seduced into Roman Catholicism.”
David W. Daniels, Why They Changed The Bible: One World Bible For One World Religion
“In it I made up a story about a missionary who decided a good dynamic equivalent for “sheep” was “guinea pig.” But after he had translated, printed and taught an entire Bible full of dynamic equivalents, one of the converts went to school and found out what the Bible really said. It changed his whole perspective! He was angry. He could no longer trust the missionary, and after he showed the truth to his people, none of them could trust him, either. So the missionary went home in disgrace. My imaginary missionary made a huge mistake. He said to himself, “I don’t need to teach these people all about Israel, the Hebrews and their culture.” It’s true that isolated cultures may not know the difference for years. But when they find out, I asked, “What will you (the missionary) do when they know it’s not true?”
David W. Daniels, Why They Changed The Bible: One World Bible For One World Religion
“The Mystery Becoming a Modern Reality On February 11th, 1929, the Lateran Accords were signed, and for the first time in history the Vatican City was declared a sovereign city-state, so that it is now both a city and a country, with a ruler over it, the Bishop of Rome, the Pope. It is the smallest[250] independent state that is internationally recognized in the world. It is called a sacerdotal-monarchical state, because it is both a religious body and it has a single ruler over it. From that time on, people have gone to, or been welcomed to, the Vatican to have a “private audience” with the pope. What people did in various forms for centuries has finally in the modern world become a political reality. Rome has ambassadors to other countries, and most of the nations of the world have their ambassadors to Rome. God told us in the mystery of that woman. She was not any ordinary city. “And the woman which thou sawest is that great city, which reigneth over the kings of the earth.” (Revelation 17:18)”
David W. Daniels, Why They Changed The Bible: One World Bible For One World Religion
“In other words, Nida wanted this to become the Greek text for all linguists and “scholars” from then on. All those translators who believed the King James, Reina Valera, or lots of other Reformation Bibles based on the Received Text would now be out in the cold.”
David W. Daniels, Why They Changed The Bible: One World Bible For One World Religion
“And don’t be fooled. As you will see, Bibles available today use dynamic equivalents, in much more subtle ways, to make the Bible adjust easily to the doctrines of Roman Catholicism or Orthodox religions. One world Bible for one world religion.”
David W. Daniels, Why They Changed The Bible: One World Bible For One World Religion
“Do we really want to get in the way of God by changing His literal words? Do we want to stand at the judgment seat of Christ and try to explain why His literal words, that He gave His life for, and His servants gave their lives for rather than change or give up, were not good enough for the peoples, nations, tribes and tongues of earth to receive? This is one of the world’s biggest modern conspiracy theories, but it’s contained right in the pages of scripture. The Roman Catholic system doesn’t want the preserved words of God, that reveal all these truths, and that prove their so-called “church” is indeed the Whore of Babylon. They want you to believe some watered-down mush that makes it harder and harder to notice who is pulling the strings.”
David W. Daniels, Why They Changed The Bible: One World Bible For One World Religion
“But the Roman Catholic and Jewish scholars were not “liberals.” They were unbelievers. Unknown to the general populace, RSV Bibles were popping up on the desks of SIL translators around the world. But big change had only begun.”
David W. Daniels, Why They Changed The Bible: One World Bible For One World Religion
“Wow. Actual linguistic scholars were already there, and would share what they had with us! That was quite a privilege. Not everyone had a leg-up like that. And Catholics and Protestants now used the same Greek text for the Bible, the United Bible Societies 3rd Edition Greek New Testament, so that wasn’t a conflict.”
David W. Daniels, Why They Changed The Bible: One World Bible For One World Religion
“It sounded too good to be true. It was too good to be true. If we accepted their gracious invitation (and what choice did we have?), we would be in their debt. If we were in their debt, how could we preach against Roman Catholicism or tell the people not to be Catholics? How could we tell them that Roman Catholic idolatry is against the Bible, when the Catholics were giving us our Bible materials? How could we preach release to the Catholic New Guineans from their bondage to the pope into freedom in Christ Jesus, when we ourselves were bound to the Catholics for our own safety and protection?”
David W. Daniels, Why They Changed The Bible: One World Bible For One World Religion
“Only time will tell if the translators will follow the new recommendations. But how did we get to this place in history, where people calling themselves Bible translators would even consider removing an entire doctrine, verse by verse, throughout the scripture, to please a pagan or unbelieving culture? Actually, it is the natural result of greater forces at work, over the centuries, seducing Christian scholarship, then leadership, then common Christians to be willing to change the Bible from God’s exact, unchanging words to the changing opinions of men.”
David W. Daniels, Why They Changed The Bible: One World Bible For One World Religion
“You will see why and how they switched our Bibles from the exact words of God to the changing words of men.”
David W. Daniels, Why They Changed The Bible: One World Bible For One World Religion
“For centuries the Roman Catholics were threatened by the preserved Bibles.[118] But these Bible Society Bibles didn’t seem to threaten the beliefs of the Catholics at all. Something pretty important must have changed.”
David W. Daniels, Why They Changed The Bible: One World Bible For One World Religion
“Caught! They were caught, and they knew it. These Bible translators had wanted to make it easier to understand the Bible. But they failed at a crucial place. In some of their translations, Jesus was no longer the Son of God![1] So those translators also had to change the verses that call God the Father of Jesus.”
David W. Daniels, Why They Changed The Bible: One World Bible For One World Religion
“In 1968, the United Bible Societies (UBS) and the Vatican entered into a joint agreement to undertake hundreds of new interconfessional Bible translation projects around the world, using functional equivalence principles. Again, Nida was one of the principals on this collaborative work.”[122] Now that the Greek text and the interconfessional committees and projects were set up, the rest followed like clockwork. In 1968-77 a new, “Critical Text” Hebrew Old Testament, called the Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia, began to be jointly published at Rome and by the United Bible Societies. So from this date, Roman Catholics, Protestants and Baptists had the same Hebrew text, as well as Greek text. The Reformation Bible was officially discarded in favor of a single, manmade Greek and Hebrew text.”
David W. Daniels, Why They Changed The Bible: One World Bible For One World Religion
“All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness: That the man of God may be perfect, throughly furnished unto all good works.” (2 Timothy 3:16-17) If a Bible does not clearly translate what God said into the target language, it does not pass along that inspiration, because it is no longer God’s words. It’s just man’s words in place of God’s. It is man’s”
David W. Daniels, Why They Changed The Bible: One World Bible For One World Religion
“For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even his eternal power and Godhead; so that they are without excuse: Because that, when they knew God, they glorified him not as God, neither were thankful; but became vain in their imaginations, and their foolish heart was darkened.” (Romans 1:20-21)”
David W. Daniels, Why They Changed The Bible: One World Bible For One World Religion
“Not trusting the Bible literally led him into 3 steps of disobedience that the Devil wanted Nida to take on as his life’s purpose: Selective belief – believing only what he agrees with in the Bible Paraphrasing – willing to change and rewrite anything he doesn’t agree with Selective obedience – obeying what he decides to obey, since we can never know for sure what God said in a paraphrase, because you can never know where God left off and man’s opinions began. But look how specific God is about obeying His words to the letter: “Ye shall not add unto the word which I command you, neither shall ye diminish ought from it, that ye may keep the commandments of the LORD your God which I command you.” (Deuteronomy 4:2) In summary, please keep in mind two points: You cannot believe God’s words, if you don’t know which words are God’s and which words are man’s. And you cannot keep God’s commandments, if you don’t know what He literally said.”
David W. Daniels, Why They Changed The Bible: One World Bible For One World Religion
“What is “Patristics”? Patristics is just a fancy name for a study of the so-called “Church Fathers.” Wait a minute. They are considered “Fathers” of what became the Roman Catholic “church.” But how could they be “fathers”? What they wrote didn’t “beget” or create the church of Jesus Christ centuries before they were born. Quite the opposite. Jesus created the church, with His 12 apostles. The writings of the “Church Fathers” were used to get people to trust a man-made institution instead of Christ, and to pretend Christians were an organization, not an organism, Christ’s body.[38]”
David W. Daniels, Why They Changed The Bible: One World Bible For One World Religion
“Dr. Martin had a hidden agenda. He used his redefinition of that word as the introduction to what he really believed. According to him, almost none of the actual events of the gospels were written in the same century that they happened, much less the same lifetime. He dismissed the fact that believers from the beginning knew they were written by the apostles and other writers connected with apostles. Instead, Dr. Martin claimed that committees of church people wrote them as stories to teach theology, not events that actually happened as written.”
David W. Daniels, Why They Changed The Bible: One World Bible For One World Religion
“There are two ways to change a Bible from what God meant us to have in our language. The first is to translate from a Greek or Hebrew text that added to and took away from God’s words. The second is to change the meanings of those Greek and Hebrew words to something other than the historical meaning, something that God never meant. No matter how good a job you do in translating, the end product will not be what God said. It will be men’s opinions.”
David W. Daniels, Why They Changed The Bible: One World Bible For One World Religion
“If it’s true that “all roads lead to Rome,” then there needs to be somebody standing at the crossroads, directing traffic. It is true, and there was such a man. His name was Eugene Nida, a founding organizer of the Summer Institute of Linguistics, a founding member of Wycliffe Bible Translators, Executive Translations Secretary of the American Bible Society, a founding delegate of the United Bible Societies, and an adjunct professor at the Jesuit Pontifical Biblical Institute in Rome.”
David W. Daniels, Why They Changed The Bible: One World Bible For One World Religion
“Church Fathers.” Wait a minute. They are considered “Fathers” of what became the Roman Catholic “church.” But how could they be “fathers”? What they wrote didn’t “beget” or create the church of Jesus Christ centuries before they were born. Quite the opposite. Jesus created the church, with His 12 apostles. The writings of the “Church Fathers” were used to get people to trust a man-made institution instead of Christ, and to pretend Christians were an organization, not an organism, Christ’s body.”
David W. Daniels, Why They Changed The Bible: One World Bible For One World Religion
“Preaching Peace? or the Gospel of Peace? “And how shall they preach, except they be sent? as it is written, How beautiful are the feet of them that preach the gospel of peace, and bring glad tidings of good things!” (Romans 10:15) Preachers are to preach the gospel of peace. But in the RV 1960, “the gospel” (el evangelio) is removed. Even a pope “preaches peace;” but he doesn’t preach “the gospel of peace.”
David W. Daniels, Why They Changed The Bible: One World Bible For One World Religion