I, Jesse M. Boyd, dedicate this page first and foremost to my Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ, who revealed Himself to me in the written word, perfectly preserved down through the ages and given to me in a language I can understand. Recognizing that, as Martin Luther once said, “The Bible is like a lion; it does not need to be defended; just let it loose and it will defend itself,” I hereby construct this webpage out of genuine gratefulness for the infallible Word of God as contained in the Authorized King James Bible. Without a perfectly preserved Written Word, I would know nothing of a personal relationship with the Living Word. Secondly, this page is dedicated to the many men, women, and children who gave their lives that I might have the Bible in English, a privilege which I do not take for granted. Thank-you for your sacrifice and may the Lord reward you richly in His kingdom.
This lengthy dissertation got me into a lot of trouble at Liberty University. In short, it is a critical evaluation of the standard Greek New Testament text that is used in "conservative, evangelical" colleges and universities to cast doubt on the authenticity of the Traditional Text as contained in the Authorized King James Bible. When the typical Bible "scholar" makes reference to the "Original Greek," he is referring to the United Bible Societies' text which, by the way, is neither original nor trustworthy.
This essay constructs a solid defense for the authenticity of I John 5:7-8 (the famous Johannine Comma) as contained in the King James Bible. These verses have been the subject of criticism and attack for years from those who would try to correct the KJV. Now, it's time to silence the critics with thorough biblical exegesis.
This paper defends the account of the woman taken in adultery as found in John 7:53-8:11 of the Authorized King James Bible. Unfortunately, this well-known story is typically bracketed off or disclaimed by footnotes in modern versions so as to cast doubt on the text's genuineness. Strong internal and external evidence, however, once again stand opposed to modern versions and critical Greek texts, and therefore, this cherished narrative can be confidently regarded as an integral part of John’s Gospel and therefore directly applicable to the Christian life.