15 thoughts on “FWOTW: thebelieversorganization.org”

  1. You’ve outdone yourself this time, Darrell. Outstanding. I nearly coughed up a lung laughing at the “little leaven leaveneth the whole lump” article. Standardized spelling be damned!!!

  2. I love how taking the “KJV out of schools” is considered “spiritual warfare.”

    “God is the Author of the King James Bible!”
    Uh huh…then who was King James of England??? Unless of course then they’re referring to King James as God…in which case they then become hypocrites and blasphemers…Interesting!…

  3. “Ever wanted to be a card carrying KJVO member? At this week’s site you can actually get a card.”

    Just what I always wanted! How’d you know? Nathan, if you’re reading this, now you know what to get me for Christmas. 😉

  4. If you want a good laugh scroll down through the membership list. The Hubbard clan in Vance, AL is certainly well represented, though the Kizziah family in Tuscaloosa beats them hands down. You can almost count on one hand the number of members who joined in the last 10 years.

    At the end of Brother Nic’s article on KJB statistics he has a note saying:

    “Computer programmer David Dougherty recently informed me that Psalm 103:1 (the first verse of the two middle verses of the Holy Bible) is the 1611th verse of the book of Psalms. How’s that for a coincidence?”

  5. These people are making themselves completely irrelevant and ineffective in today’s society.

    The self-righteousness blindness of the “True Bible Believers” and “True Christians” never cease to amaze me.

  6. “Now the very worst of this battle of o-u-r vs. o-r comes when dealing with the only begotten Son of God, our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. The modern day counterfeiters have changed Saviour to Savior. They have given us a six-letter Savior in place of a seven-letter Saviour. In Bible numerics seven is the number of completeness, purity, and spiritual perfection. On the other hand six is the number of man which is earthly not heavenly. Every one has heard of 666. It has a bad connotation and is not highly esteemed in Bible numerics. ”

    The insanity is beyond comprehension. What can one say in response to stupidity such as this? I am seriously at a loss for words….

  7. “To the best of my understanding this is the 1769 edition of the 1611 King James Bible with a few minor printing errors and spellings corrected along the way in the1800’s.”

    “You see I believe God wrote the Bible through sinful men. I believe God copied the Bible through sinful men. I believe God translated the Bible through sinful men, and I believe God edited (purified) the Bible through sinful men. So therefore I believe God gave us the exact words in the exact order He wanted us to have them in. If that’s the case then He spelled the words exactly the way He wanted to spell them, and gave them to us in a pure language, and that language is the standard text of the King James Bible. This is the Bible that has stood the test of time without any editing whatsoever and this is the Bible The Believers organization, with God’s help, intends to preserve for all future generations.”

    Ummmmmmm? Can anyone spell contradiction? Why call themselves “1611’s” if it is really “1769” or “the 1800’s”? Also, anytime any of these people argue this, I think their points would be more valid if they only use the King James English in their arguments. At least he uses publick, Saviour, etc. , but please be consistent. No more usage of the word you, please change it to thee or thy. A properly place thus would be appreciated as well.

  8. Is it just me, or does the constant reference to the organization of “The Believers” smack quite a bit of a cult?

    The Illuminati. Scientologists. The Believers.

    Yeah, I think it works.

  9. What language would God use to speak to an American on 4 December 2009?
    If God wrote me a note, would I need a dictionary from the 1800’s to understand it correctly?

    Communication is about transfering the idea that one has to others as accurately as possible. Past experiences, culture, and education all impact communication.

    May I suggest that God in his wisdom, love and intimate knowledge of the listener will make the correct choices when communicating with us.

  10. Ah, yes, the old six versus seven letter argument. A dollar for every time I’ve seen that one. Boy, if ignorance is bliss, they must be the happiest people on earth. Even though they don’t seem very happy.

  11. I love the fact that they write “publick” rather than “public”! Oh, and by the way, you Americans ARE all wrong when you spell Saviour without the “U”!!!

    Seriously, have they ever READ a 1611 AV? I mean, that spells “Believe” as “Beleeve”. So they are only Believers, and not true 1611 Beleevers. How many times must it be repeated that God did not give the Bible in the AV? I mean, talk about cultic silliness…

  12. Given that the spelling is the main thing that’s been changed between 1611 and 1769, WHY is spelling suddenly important today in a way it wasn’t in 1769? (Clue: it isn’t!)

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