You may be wondering why we have chosen the
title "The Unknown Bible." The truth of the matter is that
we are living in an age when people don't know the Bible.
They know some stories, some church doctrine, some Biblical
principles, and the fundamentals of the faith. They know
what some scholars teach about the Bible. But they don't
know the Bible.
This is evident,
most noticeably, in the great number of modern English
bibles on the market today. There are over 215 different
versions in English, each professing to be better than the
others. That's just a fancy sales pitch to get you to buy
something that you don't need.
If you want to know God's words, then get His Book, the King
James Bible, and humbly allow the Holy Spirit to teach you
(Jn. 14:26, 16:13) what God said. You don't need a bible
that's easier to understand, because understanding comes
from the Holy Spirit, not modern scholars (2 Tim. 3:16, Job
32:8, 1 Cor. 2:10-16) nor perverted translations (2 Cor.
Look at Prov. 1:23, "...I
will pour out my Spirit unto you, I will make known mywords
unto you." Now either God meant what he said right
there, or he lied. And we know that God is not a liar (Titus
1:2). So, are you going to let Him make known his words to
you or are you going to let that book remain to you ... "The