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Tuesday, March 29, 2016



Several years ago some 400 names of the most noted people of all times, from all walks of life were chosen for study on longevity and success.  They were statesmen, painters, warriors, poets, writers, etc., who made up the survey. 

Opposite of each person was listed their greatest achievement, followed by the date at which the individual was at his best. The list then was then arranged according to decades.

The study revealed that the decade of years between 60 and 70 contained 35% of the world's greatest achievements. Between the ages of seventy and eighty, 23% of the achievements fell; and after the years of eighty 6% fell.

In other words, those who had passed their sixtieth year, the greatest percentage, 35%, being in the seventh decade, have accomplished 64% of the great things of the world.

The figures for the other periods of life are interesting. Between the fiftieth and sixtieth years are found 25%, between forty and fifty, 10%. These, all totaled together, leave the almost negligible quantity of 1% to be attributed to the period below the age of 40. 

If all of this be true then no man of God should think of age as a brick wall to his ministry. Time is on your side if you spend your time wisely.



Benjamin Franklin invented bifocals at age 76. Whitney Johnson in the Harvard Business Review argues that entrepreneurs get better with age. 

Billionaire Carlos Slim (aged 73), perennially one of the richest people in the world argues that workers in developed economies are in their prime in their 60s

Vivek Wadhwa, well-known technologist and academic argues that ideas come from need, understanding of need comes with experience and experience comes with age 

Other factors like aversion to risk clearly change with age but also with experience of economic issues. This American Express OPEN Survey looked at factors driving entrepreneurship across age groups and shows shifts over time in risk aversion as well as passion.
None of this information should really be a surprise. The reality is that some people have an entrepreneurial drive that is inherent. Some develop it over time and some are forced to it by necessity. And experience clearly helps success. 

An interesting study by the Founder Institute found that up to approximately the age of 40, businesses were more likely to succeed as their founders age increased, but that this improvement plateaued at 40.
Need more evidence? Here are nine-and-a-half entrepreneurs who started their businesses aged over 60 and have had great success.
Lynne Brooks (age at startup: 60)
Lynne Brooks won the Later-Life Story Contest at the Center for Productive Longevity with her story about quitting a job she didn’t like at age 59 and then getting laid off from a new job less than a year later. So she set up her own non-profit business, Big Apple Greeter, in 1992 as a ‘Welcome Visitor’ program for New York.
Ray Corkran (age at startup: 60)
Ray Corkran decided to enter the field of Elder Care partly because of an incident in his own family. But he did it at age 60 when he bought the Home Instead franchise. citing uncertainty over Medicare and Medicaid and baby boomers hitting 65 as reasons to be optimistic about the financials. And, worst case scenario, now he’s got a place to hang his hat in 20 years, if it comes to that.
Wally Blume (age at startup: 62)
Blume spent over 20 years in the dairy business, and then he spent a few years creating an ice cream business with some partners. It eventually had a big hit flavor and Blume decided to go it alone and mortgaged his house to buy out his partners and start Denali Flavors. The company has eventually had over $85 million in annual sales.
Mary Tennyson (age at startup: 63)
Mary Tennyson came up with her idea after her 92-year-old mother stumbled, fell and broke her hip. Her mother, (still active even when using a walker) had trouble carrying a bag. So Mary came up with the idea of a pocketbook that attaches to a walker. The successful StashAll was the result.
Gail Dunn (age at startup: 64)
Gail Dunn had years of experience working on cars when she decided to set up a business to help women and others struggling with dealing with the automobile industry. So at 64 she set up the Women’s Automotive Connection to provide automotive advice and service as well as lots of advice. They run automotive boot camps and more.
Harlan Sanders (age at startup: 65)

Perhaps better known by his formal address, Colonel Sanders is essentially a household name as the founder of Kentucky Fried Chicken. After a military career as well as several failed previous ventures, he took his first social security check and founded the famous franchise which he eventually sold in 1964.
Art Koff (age at startup: 72)
Art retired at 65, like many people, but couldn’t face not working and knew that lots of other older people were in the same boat. So he started a job board for older people called Retired Brains in 2003. Ten years later it is still going strong – and so is he.


J. Frank Norris - Held pastorates of two churches for 15 years at age 58 with both reaching 5,000 in attendance.

Dr. Bob Jones Sr - At age 63 relocated Bob Jones University to Greenville, S.C.

Lester Roloff and John R. Rice became nationally known in their 60's.

T. T. Shields - Became  known as the "Spurgeon of Canada" in his late 50's when he organized the Toronto Baptist Seminary.

L. R. Scarborough - Became the leader of the Southern Baptist Convention when he was 68 and writing 14 books.

G. Campbell Morgan - At age 70 he returned to England to again become pastor of Westminister Chapel until age 80.

W. B. Riley - He pastored for 50 years the First Baptist Church of Minneapolis, MN, and became nationally known in his later days.

R. A. Torrey - In his late 50's led the Moody Bible Institute and the Moody Church.  His ministry came to full bloom in his later days.

C. I Scofield - Finished his work on the Scofield Bible at age 66 and died in his prime at 78.

B. H. Carroll - Served as President of Southwestern when he was 65 until he was 71.

D. L. Moody - Founded Moody Bible Institute at 52 and died at 62.

John R. Rice - Died at age 86. He came into his prime in his late 60's with the SWORD OF THE LORD paper and city wide campaigns. 

Harold Sightler - Pastored for 55 years averaging 40 revivals a year, during ages 48 to 64, while giving $10,000 a week to missions. He had a children's home, college, Christian school, widow's apartments, and two radio stations.

Bill Rice - Started the world's largest deaf camp at age 40 when he moved to TN.  He died at age 66 being nationally known.

Moses - Was 40 when he went to the wilderness and was age 80 when he led God's people out of Egypt.

Dr. Lee Roberson - Pastored for 40 years and the church grew from a handful of people to over 10,000 in attendance. At age 90 he was still conducting meetings in 150 churches a year.

Dr. Jack Hyles - Pastored for 54 years. At age 74 First Baptist Church had 180,000 members with 40,000 active members. Dr. Hyles had $90 million worth of property all debt free at his death. At age 46 he started Hyles-Anderson College which had 3,000 students at his home going to Heaven.


  • TIME IS AN EVENT - Time is not seconds, minutes, hours, days, weeks, months, or years. Anyone who focuses on time and ignores the events that consume that time will fail to grasp learning from what is happening.
  • TWO WORKS ARE AT PLAY - The work you are doing on them and the work they are doing on you.
  • A FULL DAY WILL LEAD TO A FULL LIFE - God tells us to number our "days" not our"years."

Thursday, March 24, 2016




It is imperative that God’s people learn to study and think! Too many Christians are content to go with the flow of the mainstream religious community; they fail to contemplate and confer with the Scriptures, and this failure leaves them unable to rightly divide truth. Today’s Christians are a generation illiterate in the Scriptures. As a result, we are easily intimidated by our Christian friends and acquaintances. We are so unnerved when we find ourselves out of the main­stream that we quickly capitulate on any potentially controversial subject.  

In this day and time of terrorism, the word fundamentalist has literally brought fear into the hearts of those Bible believers who hold dear the lit­eral interpretation of the Scriptures. As a result, we find ourselves outside the religious loop, grappling with issues that were crystal clear to the past leaders of fundamentalism. However, we must not allow reli­gious tradition to take precedence over the inspired words of God.  This is a day when those who study and digest the Word of Gomust become a breath of fresh air. 

In this article, we will discuss the subject of Good Friday in light of the Bible, rather than religious tradi­tion. Dr. John R. Rice, founder and editor of The Sword of the Lord,once told about a man who was running for office. After a day of campaigning, he went to his campaign manager and said, “Guess what my opponent did?” 

“He called me a liar.” 
“That’s too bad.” 
“But he did worse than that.” 
“What was that?” 
“He proved it on me,” the politician answered. 

Now I am going to prove to the religious world that its teaching and practicing of Good Friday is wrong. All over America, on the Friday before Easter Sunday, Good Friday services are conducted. In fact, many Baptist churches and schools shut down on that Friday in observance of a Catholic holy day. Some Baptists even hold Good Friday services. They start the services at noon and end the services at three o’clock in observance of the supposed day of crucifixion so many centuries ago. This belief and practice is erroneous!

I will prove to you that our Lord was crucified on Wednesday. He was laid in the grave about six o’clock on Wednesday evening. He was in the grave Wednesday evening, all day Thursday, Thursday evening, all day Friday, Friday evening, and all day Saturday; He rose from the grave on Sunday.

It is very important to remember that the Jewish day started with the evening. The Bible does not say that the morning and the evening were the first day. It says, “And the evening and the morning day were the first day.” (Genesis 1:5) The Jewish day began at six o’clock in the evening, not at midnight as our day does.

Our Lord was in the grave three days and three nights.  Which days was Jesus in the grave? He was in the grave during the days of Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Which nights was Jesus in the grave? He was in the grave during the nights of Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. He came out of the grave at the evening time early Sunday morning. 

Let us take a closer look at the matter of the three days and three nights. In the Bible, the day is usually the light part of a twenty-four hour period. Thus, three days would be three periods of the light part. There are other meanings of the word day in the Bible.  It can be used to refer to such periods of time as “the day of the Lord,” “the day of calamity,” “the day of vengeance,” the day of “visitation,” and so forth.  How­ever, normally the Lord speaks about the light time in the twenty-four hour cycle when speaking of the day.

In Genesis 1:3-5, is the Lord talking about a twenty-four hour period when He talks about a day? No. He called the light day, and the darkness He called night. So, when the Lord talks about a day, He is talking about the light part of the twenty-four hours.  When He is talking about the darkness, or night, He is talk­ing about the dark part of the twenty-four hours. So, the evening and the morning were the first day.

When our Lord talks about three days in the grave, what does that mean? It simply means three light pe­riods. When He talks about three nights, He means three dark periods. The evening and the morning are a complete day. 

John 11:9 says, “Jesus answered, Are there not twelve hours in a day? If any man walk in the day, he stumbleth not, because he seeth the light of this world.” According to our Lord, there are twelve hours of light in one day. Exodus 13:21 says, “And the Lord went before them by day in a pillar of a cloud, to lead them the way; and by night in a pillar of fire to give them light; to go by day and night...” So, when the Lord says day, He does not mean the day and the night; He means the light part of the twenty-four hours.

Matthew 12:40 says, “For as Jonas was three days and three nights in the whale’s belly; so shall the Son of man be three days and three nights in the heart of the earth.”Jonah was in the belly of the whale three days and three nights. How many hours are in a day? There are twelve hours of light and twelve hours of darkness, which equals twenty-four hours. Three times twelve equals thirty-six hours of light, and three times twelve equals thirty-six hours of darkness. Thirty-six hours of light plus thirty-six hours of dark­ness equals seventy-two hours all together. Therefore, Jesus was in the heart of the earth for three days and three nights or seventy-two hours.

The Lord Himself told us how many hours are in the day—twelve—and how many hours in the night—twelve. Thus, the Lord told us that He was in the heart of the earth for a total of seventy-two hours.

For the sake of discussion, let us assume that Jesus was crucified on Friday afternoon at three o’clock. We have nine hours left until midnight. So, from midnight Friday until midnight Saturday we have twenty-four hours. Now, add twenty-four and nine, and you have a total of thirty-three hours. Jesus came out of the grave sometime Saturday night. So, let us add six more hours to the thirty-three, and we end up with a total of only thirty-nine hours. 

It is impossible for Jesus to have been crucified on Friday! Since Jesus had to be in the heart of the earth for seventy-two hours, if He had been crucified on Friday, He would have needed to stay there Saturday, Sunday, and Monday. However, Matthew 28:1 says, “In the end of the Sabbath, as it began to dawn to­ward the first day of the week, came Mary Magdalene and the other Mary to see the sepulchre.” The Bible tells us plainly that Jesus rose on the first day (Sunday), not the second day (Monday).

Why do so many churches observe Good Friday? They do so simply because their churches are built on traditions, not the Scriptures.

Luke 23:52-54 says, “This man went unto Pilate, and begged the body of Jesus. And he took it down, and wrapped it in linen, and laid it in a sepulchre that was hewn in stone, wherein never man before was laid. And that day was the preparation, and the sabbath drew on.”

The Sabbath was the day after the crucifixion. What day is the Sabbath? Saturday.  If the Sabbath was the day after the crucifixion, then what day would it nor­mally seem that our Lord was crucified? Friday! If we do not study the Scriptures carefully, it would seem that our Lord actually was crucified on Friday, as the Catholics teach.  This is where the Good Friday doc­trine emerges. The answer is an easy one.

There are two kinds of Sabbaths. There is the sev­enth day Sabbath and the high day Sabbath. In Leviticus 23, we have seven Sabbaths apart from the weekly Sabbath. These seven Sabbaths are the high day Sabbaths. They are as follows:

Ø  The first Feast of Unleavened Bread Sabbath (the day after Passover – verses 6-8) 

Ø  The second Feast of Unleavened Bread Sabbath (the seventh day of the feast – verse 8)

Ø  The Pentecost Sabbath (fifty days after the first Feast of Unleavened Bread Sabbath – verses)    (15-21)

Ø  The Sabbath of the Trumpets (verses 24-25)

Ø  The Sabbath of Atonement (verses 27-32)

Ø  The first Feast of Tabernacles Sabbath (verse 34-35)

Ø  The second Feast of Tabernacles Sabbath (verse 36) 

None of these Sabbaths deal with the seventh day of the week. Thus, we have seven Sabbaths plus the weekly Sabbath. 

John 19:31 says, “The Jews therefore, because it was the preparation, that the bodies should not re­main upon the cross on the Sabbath day, (for that Sabbath day was an high day,) besought Pilate that their legs might be broken, and that they might be taken away.” 

The question is, Was Jesus crucified before one of the seven Sabbaths of Leviticus, or before the weekly Sabbath? John 19:14 says, “And it was the prepara­tion of the Passover, and about the sixth hour: and he saith unto the Jews, Behold your King!” According to this verse, Jesus was crucified the day before the Passover Sabbath (or the first Feast of Unleavened Bread Sabbath), not the weekly Sabbath. Thus, Jesus had to have been crucified on Wednesday, with Thursday being the Passover Sabbath.

Matthew 28:1 says, “In the end of the sabbath, as it began to dawn toward the first day of the week, came Mary Magdalene and the other Mary to see the sepul­chre.”Now, to which Sabbath is this verse referring? It is referring to the weekly Sabbath. The Sabbath af­ter His crucifixion—which occurred on a Thursday—was a high Sabbath, and the Sabbath before His res­urrection was a weekly Sabbath—Saturday—because the Bible says that the next day was the first day of the week.

The conclusion is quite clear. Jesus could not have been crucified on Friday because there were two Sabbath days that had to occur before He was resur­rected. Therefore, the first night our Lord was in the grave was the Passover Sabbath (the first Feast of Unleavened Bread Sabbath), or Thursday, the first month and the fifteenth day. Therefore, the second Sabbath was the weekly Sabbath. 

That is why Mary Magdalene said, “…after the sab­bath.” Jesus was in the grave during two Sabbaths: the first Feast of Unleavened Bread Sabbath (also called the Passover Sabbath) on Thursday, and the weekly Sabbath on Saturday.  



The Word 'Easter': The King James Bible's Definition

Dear Fellow Bible Believer,
        Have you ever wondered what the word 'Easter' means? The King James Bible defines its own terms by the context and by its previous usage of either the word or its components. I have written the following essay to demonstrate exactly how the KJB defines 'Easter.' 
You will be quite surprised! 
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EASTER: The Bible’s Built-In Definition 
THERE has been a debate for hundreds of years about the etymology (history and origin) of the word ‘Easter,’ as used in Acts 12:4 in the King James Bible. The very old books include both meanings, the pagan one and the Biblical one, which I think is correct. This demonstrates that God and his Bible have a genuine word and principle and the devil counterfeits it. The etymological focus for ‘east-er’ or ‘ea-ster’has been on both ‘east’ and ‘star’ (ster or stern in Germanic languages). Let’s look at the genuine origin of ‘east-er’ first:
The Genuine, Then The Counterfeit:
The sun rises in the east; it sets in the west. The reader of the Bible and the natural man, observing his world, arepreconditioned to understand that the word ‘east’ is a reference to the place where the sun rises. 
Jesus Christ is referred to as the “Sun of righteousness.…” Mal. 4:2 says, “But unto you that fear my same shall the Sun of righteousness arise with healing in his wings:…” The parallel between the Son of God and the sun (Sun) is obvious. The O.T. made it clear that the Sun of righteous would rise from the dead, just as the sun rises in the east in the morning.
Numbers 2:3 refers to the “east…rising of the sun.”
Numbers 24:17 calls Jesus the “Star”:
“I shall see him, but not now: I shall behold him, but not nigh: there shall come a Starout of Jacob, and a Sceptre shall rise out of Israel…”
The counterfeiter came along quickly, as in Deut 1:4 we see “A-star-oth” appears. She is the fertility goddess (Astarte, Ishtar, etc.), from which the word ‘Easter’ is sometimes traced.
Her reproductive proclivity is portrayed by the bunny rabbits and eggs. Of course, the pagan counterfeit continues to this day with the focus on bunnies and eggs. 
In Ezek. 8:16 we see an example of the pagan practice, with their "...faces toward the east; and they worshipped the suntoward the east." Just as there is “another Jesus,” (2 Cor. 11:4) there is ‘another’ Easter or east 'star.'

But, according to the Bible, the word ‘east’ and ‘star’ (Ea-ster) first related to the resurrection of the promised Messiah, Jesus Christ. Therefore, 'Easter,' as seen in the KJB, as well as in the German Luther Bible and English Tyndale Bible (1500s), is a perfectly good word, identifying the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Just dump the eggs and bunnies.
I examined all the usages of the word 'east' in the O.T.. In the surrounding contexts there are reference to the sun (Son) rising and numerous prophetic statements about Jesus rising from the dead. The sunset pictures the red blood of Christ, as itcovers the earth and as he goes down to the lower parts of the earth. The dark nightpictures the burial of Christ. 
The sunrise, of course, pictures hisglorious resurrection. (Remember that in the Bible, “And the evening and the morning were the first day” (Gen. 1:5). Theevening, that is, the sunset or death of Christ, comes first; the resurrection, that is, the ‘day’ and the ‘Son’ rise, occurs second.
Look in the Bible for the words "sun," "shine," "rise," "east," "eastern," and "risen" for many more pictures of the resurrection. Observe the following sample verses, which pre-condition the reader tounderstand the word ‘Easter’ and point, as “shadows,” to the resurrection of Christ. The reader of the Bible will not be preconditioned, through Bible reading, to understand the word ‘Easter’ as a pagan word.
Gen. 2:8,9 "And the LORDGod...eastward...out of the ground...the LORD God."

Gen. 2:14 "east...fourth" (like unto the Son of God)
Rev. 20:8 “four quarters of the earth,” Deut 22:12 “four quarters of thy vesture,” 1 Chron. 9:24 “four quarters, east, west, north, and south,” etc.
Numbers 2:3 "east...rising of the sun
Josh. 12:1; Isa. 59:19,20 "the rising of the sun...the Redeemer"
Isa. 60:1-3 "Arise, shine; for thy light...the glory of the Lord is risen upon thee...the Lord shall arise upon thee...thy the brightness of thy rising..."
Ezek. 44 et al. "looketh toward the east...This gate shall be is the Lord, the God of Israel hath entered by it."
Ezek 43:4 "The glory of the Lord came into the house by the way of the gate whose prospect is toward the east."
Ezek. 43:20 "four corners" (N,S,E,W)
Ezek. 44:1 "the east"
Ezek. 44:2 "God...hath entered"
Mat. 17:1, 2 "Jesus…as the sun"
Luke 4:40 "Now when the sun was setting...he laid his hands...healed them"

Mark 16:2, 6 "rising of the sun...he is risen 
Ezek. 44-48 "looketh toward the east...the sabbath...the prince…he shall enter…offering...east...go forth...shut the gate [sun set]...four corners of the court…foursquare.”
Ps. 50:1, 2 "rising of the sun...God hath shined..."
Isa. 41:2 "raiseth up the righteous man from the east" (see also verse 41:25)
2 Peter 1:19 "day dawn and the day star arise in your hearts"
Ps. 84:11 "For the LORD God is a sun..."
Ps. 19:4-6 "In them hath he set a tabernacle for the sun"
"which as a bridegroom going out...His circuit..."
Not only does the Bible condition its readers to understand ‘Easter’ as coming from the word ‘east,’ but modern usages does likewise. Have you ever heard of a noreaster? It is a storm that comes from the northeast. Cape Hatteras, North Carolina often experiences noreasters.
If someone says the Greek word 'pascha' is translated elsewhere in the N.T. aspassover, therefore it must be passover in Acts 12:4, they REALLY are proving that they do not know Greek at all. Many of the Greek words in the Greek New Testament are translated numerous ways in all Bibletranslations.
If the KJB critics had really spent any timestudying Wigram’s or Smith’s Greek Concordances, they would see that many Greek New Testament words are translated using numerous English equivalencies. Pointing out the translation of pascha, as both Easter and passover, proves to them that they are not truestudents of either the Greek or the English Bible. All modern Greek-English dictionaries today define pascha as both Easter and passover. 
Therefore, Acts 12:4 is correct in the KJB.“Hush, you don’t speak Greek,” as Pastor Norris Belcher reminds everyone.
This article is taken from my analysis of the errors in Donald Waite's Defined King James Bible, where he misdefines 'Easter' and  many other words. 
The entire analysis is now on sale below in my analysis, Serious Problems in The Defined King James Bible's Definitions.

Waite & DBS 
Donald Waite and his Dean Burgon Society have now joined the KJB-bashing renegades and  said in a recent book that the KJB should NOT be called "preserved, original, inspired, inerrant, infallible, perfect, pure...". Waite is even now saying that those who believe that our King James Bible is still inspired are under the curse ofRevelation 22! 
 Much of the DBS membership fled.  One board member's resignation letter to Waite stated, for example: "The financial reports were confusing and clearly contradictory...the finances have been "out of wack" fill their inboxes with constantly send them irresponsible junk...Because of your emails, I do not know of anyone outside the membership that respects the DBS today. We are considered a group of crackpots." Another board member's resignation  letter said, "The financial reports for the past several years have not been in order...I would venture to speculate that what you gave the IRS was NOT the same reports you gave to the DBS at our annual meeting" (letters on file).
THE HERESIES OF D.A. WAITE and the DBS are evident in the margins of Waite's Defined King James BibleIf the devil cannot get someone to use a corrupt watered-down new version of the Bible, he will get them to 'define' KJB words with the very same heretical words he has placed in new versions. Waite's marginal definitions are replete with new version words and heresies.
  I have done a review of Waite's Defined King James BibleIt is called, "The Serious Problems of the Defined KJV's Definitions" and is available on CD-ROM. 
The CD-ROM also examines the problems in David Sorensons multi-volume commentary mis-named Understanding the Bible. Both Sorensons and Waite's works define words using the same corrupt lexicons that generated the words in the new versions. 
The CD-Rom also includes my research defending the KJB's use of the word Easter. It is a linguistic and scriptural analysis.
The treatise is 68 pages long.

Kirk DiVietro, took a hit from noted British scholar Dr. Alan O'Reilly,  who has written a complete page-by-page response to DiVietro and the DBS criticism of the inspiration of the KJB. If you have been exposed to DiVietro's cleaning-up virus, you will be helped by this antidote.
O'Reilly is a retired British professor of chemical engineering. You may have seen him on a recent video documentary filmed in England. You can hear him on past programs of our radio show at
Nothing gets past O'Reilly's microscopic and brilliant eye. He documents that  DiVietro's criticisms of my book Hazardous Materials are based on blatant lies. For example, DiVietro claims I did not document my statement for quote 192. But in his quote DiVietro uses ellipsis (...) to OMIT my extensive footnote and DOCUMENTATION! What unscholarly dishonesty! 
In addition this CD-ROM contains THE COLLECTED WORKS of Dr. Alan O’Reilly. The CD has over 2,000 8.5 by 11 searchable pages – a virtual encyclopedia of KJB information. 
His writings are a superb blend of the spiritual (You will smile, laugh, and be blessed!) and the academic. 
The CD-ROM covers just about every question that has ever been asked about the KJB.
O’Reilly soundly answers the foolish charges of two traitors, D.A. Waite and Kirk DiVietro, who have recently flaunted their denial of the inspiration of the KJB and have impishly impugned the character of those who defend it. 
The CD also includes O'Reilly's detailed response to Mr. Anti-KJV himself, James White. If you defend the readings in the KJB for very long, you will need O'Reilly's highly detailed exposure of James White's feeble scholarship.
Dr. Ruckman included O’Reilly’s book ‘O Biblios’ (included on this CD) on his list of the fifty best books of all time.
 Imagine the scholarly and detailed approach of a Professor of Chemistry at a British University. But the surprising thing is that O'Reilly is one of the sweetest and most spiritual and scripturally-saturated people I have ever know. His writings are a BLESSING.
The CD-ROM entitled, The Collected Works of Dr. Alan O'Reilly, includes the following titles of O'Reilly's  writings and presentations (over 2,000 pages). 
It includes:
I. AV 1611 Treatises
1.) O Biblios – The Book: The AV 1611 vs an academic antagonist steeped in ‘the Greek’

2.) O Biblios Summary Overview: AV 1611 ascension followed by End Times apostasy  

  II.  AV 1611 Answers to Dean Burgon Society (Executive Committee) Bible Critics 
 1.) D. A. Waite Response: To Donald Waite’s book A Warning!! attacking Hazardous Materials
2.) K. DiVietro Response: To Kirk DiVietro’s book Cleaning-Up Hazardous Materials 

III. AV 1611 Answers to More Bible Critics
1.) KJO James White Review Full Text: Answering James White’s King James Only Controversy 
2.) White’s 7 Errors: James White is wrong seven times in a row, not the AV 1611

 3.) The Old Latin and Waldensian Bibles: Countering the charge that they are from Jerome’s Vulgate 

4.) NKJV Criticisms: Countering NKJV corruptions put forward to ‘improve’ the AV1611

5.) Twist and Curl – Your Fiendly Neighbourhood Bible Corrupters: Not a misspelling!

 6.) Grievous Wolf Bible Corrector Errors: Originals-onlyist John Wolf is wrong, not the AV1611 

7.) Grievous Wolf KJB Questions: Answering John Wolf’s 67 unanswerable questions to ‘KJ-onlyists’

IV. AV 1611 Presentations 
1.) AV 1611 Salvation vs NIV Damnation: The NIV subverts key verses on individual salvation

2.) AV 1611 Salvation vs NIV Damnation Verse Comparison: Pre and post-1611 Bibles comparison

3.) AV 1611 vs Rome’s Post-1611 Attacks: Rome hates the AV1611 and persuades Christians likewise

4.) O Biblios Overview: The AV 1611 is “all scripture...given by inspiration of God” 2 Timothy 3:16

5.) The Great Bible Robbery: Graphic summary of the AV1611 vs the Jesuit version, aka the NIV

6.) The KJB Story – 1611-2011 Abridged: A big subject covering a lot of ground in a short space

7.) The KJB Story – 1611-2011 Abridged Appendix: Combating the legion: “we are many” Mark 5:9

8.) The KJB Story – Graphics: For Powerpoint!

V. AV 1611 Summaries
1.) AV 1611 Tract: Thees, thous, different editions, bogus ‘improvements’ and the invulnerable anvil.

2.) Bible Article The Perfect KJB: X marks the spot where Fundamentalists, Rome, Watchtower unite

3.) Bible Reading Charts: Hopefully of some practical value, they are to this author 
4.) Cry of Sodom: Genesis 18:20 vs the modern version paedophile protection society.

5.) English Reformation to Last Days Apostasy: Watch it explode after the AV1611 purification.

6.) Matthew 11 AV1611 vs 1984 NIV: The kingdom is no longer “forcefully advancing”! It never was.

7.) Pocket Testament WW1: Remember the brave ones gone. They had good witnesses back then.

8.) Purification of the Lord Words: A seven-stage three-fold process, Psalm 12:6, 7, to today’s AV1611

9.) Seven Aspects of ‘the Greek’/‘in the Greek’: Twin studies on 7 reasons to keep the AV1611 English 
10.) The Ethiopian Eunuch’s Testimony...: “The people answered him not a word” 1 Kings 18:21

11.) The Royal Law: James 2:8, the British Throne, the Offended Party. Despise them at your peril. 
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