NOT only is the King James Bible the word of God, it is the literary masterpiece of the world’s literature.

SHAME on the “higher criticism theologians” who freely correct and mangle the words of God in their new translations. Literary students (literati) by their acceptance, quotations and literary use of the KING JAMES BIBLE words and phrases actually are more scriptural than these bumbling religionists.

THE KJB is the epitome of English language, syntax, style, grammar, prose, poetry, structure and dramatic order—head and shoulders above all books in the world. For their recognition and appreciation of its value in literature, the literary students and accomplished authors are to be commended above their critical theological counterparts.

AN example of an English master of literature is Charles Dickens (February 7, 1812 – June 9, 1870). He was a student of the King James Bible. Although he had little formal education (he left school at the age of 12 to work in a factory due to his father being thrown in the debtor’s prison) he became a prolific author of many works such as A Christmas Carol, Tale of Two Cities, David Copperfield, Oliver Twist and Great Expectations. These are only a few examples of his mastery of literature.

THERE are over 365 evident uses of the words and phrases of the KJB in his works.