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What did God preserve by Pastor Jack Schaap 3/4/09
(listen to whole sermon)

Hush, you don't speak Greek by Dr. Norris Belcher
Get your stinking feet out of my drinking water! Dr. Jack Hyles
Inspiration, Jack Schaap and The Issue
Letter from Baker to Schaap
King James Jubilee - NEW!

VIDEOS with Dr. Schaap
question/answer session
in NY at a Baptist church
Video 1
Video 2
Video 3
Video 4

Schaap’s View Toward Women

Bro. Grady
What college would Dr. Hyles recommend today?
Bro. Schaap promoting Rap and Dancing Church
KJB Preserved or not
Schaap on the elections

Dr. Russell Anderson
Co-Founder of Hyles-Anderson College

Retired Pastor Bob Gray Sr.
Pastor R. Michael Cox
Evangelist Jim Vineyard
Evangelist Allen Domelle
Pastor Keith Gomez
Pastor Jeffrey Fugate
Pastor Tom Vineyard
Pastor R.B. Ouelette
Evangelist Shelton Smith
Pastor Mickey Carter
Evangelist Dennis Corle
Evangelist Stephen Shutt
Pastor J. Michael Callaghan
Bro. Mike Rios
Pastor Glen Robinson
Evangelist Dan Goodwin
HAC grads taking a stand with Bro. Schaap
If you believe only the originals are inspired and preserved, and that the KJB is perfect/complete, but NOT perfect/inerrant, then send us your letters and we will post them here.

Answers Jack Schaap’s The Voice
Schaap’s March 4th Bible Study
Dangers of Greek and Hebrew Study Tools
--Book Cover
--Book Table of Contents
Seven infallible proofs of the King James Bible Inspiration
How to Define a Word
Adulteress or Slanderer
Letter to Jack Schaap from Gail Riplinger
Letter from Gail Riplinger's Pastor, Dewayne Sands
Letter from Gail Riplinger's former Pastor, Dr. Richard E. Skiver
HAC uses Riplinger's Book as Textbook and Required Reading
Deceit at the Summit Part 1
Dr. James H. Sightler
Plummit from the Summit
D.A. Waite Denies KJB Inspiration
O'Reilly corrects Waite - Part 1
O'Reilly corrects Waite - Part 2
Waiting for Dr. Waite
Waites DBS Article of Faith on the Bible
Stringer Persecuting The Church
What Greek Do You Use?
Brother Sightle's Critique on Phil Stringer about Riplinger
Sorenson Warning Book Review
Occult Connections - Dr. Phil Stringer
problems with the "Defined" KJB
Jack Hyles on the King James Bible
How We Got Gods Words By Dr. Jack Hyles
What Dr. Jack Hyles said about The King James Bible
Dr. Jack Hyles on the Final Authority
Interview of Jack Hyles and Gibbs
The Shrinking Ministry of Dr. Hyles
Hammond Baptist Curriculum
5th grade week 28
5th grade week 36
6th grade week 34
The Myth of Early Revisions by Dr. David F. Reagan
Do We Have A Perfect English Bible by Joe Koenig
In Search Of God's Word By Pastor John Koletas
The Inspired Preserved Word By Dr. Jeffery J. Fugate
The Two Lies By Daryl R. Coats
The Words Of God By Dr. Bob Gray
Westcott And Hort Unmasked By Mike Rios
What Is Inspiration By Dr. Joe Koeng
What Is That Book You Hold In Your Hand By Dr. Shelton Smith
Why Make Public the Issue of The King James Bible by Dr. Jeffrey Fugate
King James Bible Summit by David Hoffman
Pastor David O'Steen
The King James Bible is Inspired-Dr. James Sightler NEW!
Grace Baptist College
Texas Baptist College
Oklahoma Baptist College
Unity and Truth
Choose The Biblical Definition of Inspiration
Titus: Learn Your Hebrew
Compare the Difference
Why Not Bob Jones University Now?
I use the KJB
Shrinking Ministry of Dr. Hyles
Don't Be Controversial
My Letter
Flushing The Flotsam
Flotsam Flush - Cleanup Intro
Clean Up
Challenge 1
Challenge 2
Challenge 3
The Second King James Front
Cloud vs Evans
Stringer vs Evans
The Proof is in the Pudding
The Tactics of Error
Jack Schaap and R.B. Ouelette Correspondence
Jack Schaap and David Baker Correspondence
1st Email from Baker
2nd Email from Baker
7-9-09 letter from Baker
7-16-09 letter from Schaap
Digital response from Baker
8-8-09 printed letter from Baker
Asst. Pastor Steve Wipf to Schaap
E-mails Correspondence from FBC to Gail Riplinger
List of Questions from Eddie Wilson at FBC
Riplinger Visit
Comments about Visit
Tom Vogel and David Baker Correspondence
Letter from Vogel
Letter from Baker to Vogel
Letter from Baker to Vogel 2
Other Correspondence
Letter between Baker and Cowling
Letter from Kalapp 1
Letter from Kalapp 2
Letter from Baker to Kalapp
Letter from Baker to Young
FBC Deacon Responds to HACalumni
Letter from Member

Gail Riplinger on Schaap’s March 4th Bible Study
Jack Schaap’s Bald Error

Jack Schaap’s Bald Error

Mr. Schaap has taken TYPOGRAPHICAL errors in the 1611 and presented them as correct readings, leaving listeners to doubt the accuracy of their Holy Bibles. The metal type of the 1611 was set by candlelight, letter by letter, by hand. It would be impossible not to make a mistake, skipping words or letters. But God has preserved his word. And the audience that heard Schaap's sermon had the correct words in their laps. Two of the original KJV translators, Ward and Boise, were commissioned by Cambridge University Press in 1629 and 1638 to find and correct any typos which deflected from the original intension of the translators. The Cambridge 1638 edition is considered the gold standard for that reason. I purchased one last fall so that I could check things for myself. The 1638 matches modern KJBs PERFECTLY, in those places noted by Schaap. In other word, the places he said were wrong in today's KJV are actually correct and match the 1638 done by the remaining KJV translators. I have attached scans of each page for you to see for yourself. I have also attached a scan of the date "1638" seen on the bottom of the title page (see the very last line and the very last word). There are 8 attachments ; you will need to scroll down to see them all. You will also need to magnify them to read the text.

F. H. A. Scrivener's book on the editions of the KJB (The Authorized Editions of the English Bible: Its Subsequent Reprints and Modern Representatives; Cambridge: At the University Press, 1884, pp. 148, 168, 170, 192, and 193) confirms that these were all corrected by 1638. The one in Ezek. 24:7 was corrected in 1613; Jer. 4:6 was corrected in 1629.

Schaap's bald error - that his antique copy of the 1611 isthe authority - shows his shallow knowledge of the history of the text. My book, In Awe of Thy Word gives the entire history. He owns a copy but has evidently never read it. In his March 4 sermon, pretending that only he has the true Bible (a valuable antique 1611) he said, "...not a one of you has one but Brother Schaap."

That is because God has preserved his word to the people.

I also checked all Greek and Hebrew texts in every one of the verses he mentioned. They do not match those typos in the 1611. All of them match the 1638 and the current KJBs in all of those places. If Schaap is pretending that Greek and Hebrew texts are the only preserved final authority, he should have checked those verses before he went and made a fool of himself. Rom. 1:22 says, "Professing themselves to be wise, they became fools..." (Check for yourself in even a crummy edition like Jay Green's Interlinear Bible (e.g. p. 105, 583, 656, 683, 747, etc.).

Regarding the capitalization of the word Spirit: Note that the lower case 'spirit' and the upper case 'Spirit' can be used interchangeably. To have differences does not create theological problems.

[1 Cor 2:10] But God hath revealed them unto us by his Spirit: for the Spirit searcheth all things, yea, the deep things of God.
[1 Cor 2:11] For what man knoweth the things of a man, save the spirit of man which is in him? even so the things of God knoweth no man, but the Spirit of God.
[1 Cor 2:12] Now we have received, not the spirit of the world, but the spirit which is of God; that we might know the things that are freely given to us of God.
[1 Cor 2:14] But the natural man receiveth not the things of the Spirit of God: for they are foolishness unto him: neither can he know them, because they are spiritually discerned.

The historic differences in KJV printings which related to the capitalization of Spirit are a result of the West Germanic basis of the English language. Even today in German, substantives are capitalized (e.g. dog, cat...). I have studied the 'Spirit' capitalization issue in great detail for many years, looking at old Bibles from Tyndale, Coverdale, Geneva, the Bishops etc. There is a tiny bit of variety. If it doesn't bother God, it shouldn't bother me. I have found that the Cambridge large print editon is the best in this regard. In the Oxford ( e.g.Scofield) there are a few places where a lower case is used, but it never disturbes theology. Mat. 4:1, I believe, is the only place that could cause confusion; however, since it is a parallel passage, any thorough Bible reader will see it correctly capitalized in its parallel passage.

Schaap is grasping at straws to discredit the KJB. Only God knows his motives. It is a truly diabolical intrusion into fundamentalism. Please feel free to pass this e-mail on to anyone that it might help. Schaap's serious error must be exposed and the word of God glorified.

I hope this has been helpful. Please let me know if you have any further questions.

Gail Riplinger
2 Thes. 3:1

I don't believe in a lot of John Calvin's doctrine, but this is a good quote.

"A dog barks when his master is attacked. I would be a coward if I saw that God's truth is attacked
and yet would remain silent without giving a sound."
--John Calvin

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