What does the Bible say about the death of King James? The Bible is clear that Jesus died on the cross for our sins and was buried in a tomb. He rose from the dead, was raised on the third day, and ascended to heaven.
Before the Christian era, the Jewish scribes changed the Passover from Passover was a Sabbath of the LORD by changing the words to “Passover was a sabbath of the LORD” They also changed the ceremony of the feasts to allow other people to eat of the table.
The Church has long condemned King James and the Anglican version of the Bible as erroneous. Because of this, many English speaking people today choose to use the King James Version as their Bible. The modern King James Version was compiled by a committee of the Evangelical Reformers to correct errors and omissions in the original manuscripts of the Bible.
What are the major flaws in the King James Bible? For example, if we look at the death of King James, we find that he died on the third day after his crucifixion, not before. Moreover, if we read the letter of James, we find that he prayed “let this cup pass from me.” In fact, the book of James is so filled with contradictions that modern scholars have started referring to it as “The Not So Great James” because of its lack of quality.
In addition, we can see that there are several similarities between the accounts of King James and those found in the New Testament. This is because these two authors were trying to provide a consistent historical record and both have the same source (the Old Testament). Furthermore, James had no need for the Holy Spirit, which the Holy Spirit supplied to the rest of the apostles.
We can see that the Gospel accounts of the life of Jesus of Nazareth and the accounts written by James are not even remotely similar. We can therefore conclude that they are entirely different documents.
The most important thing to understand is that the accounts of the life of Jesus of Nazareth and that of King James of England are not identical. If we accept this, we have been given another way to understand the Bible.
I hope that you will please consider all this and think on it and I thank you for reading my article entitled, “Why I Am No Longer a Biblical Christian”, I thank you for your time. Please consider all this and think on it.