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Five Reasons why you should make the
Third Millennium Bible
your Bible.

The Text

The Third Millennium Bible (TMB) is an updating - not a revision - of the Authorized (King James) Version of 1611. The original text from which it was translated has been in general and continuous use by the Christian church for the last one thousand, six hundred years.

By contrast, the New Testament in more than 90 percent of all contemporary Bibles was translated from recently discovered texts that have only been in common use for approximately 60 years. Bible readers should prefer using a text which has met the test of time by more than a millennium and a half of general Church use, rather than a text which has been in use for only a little more than a half century.

The Deity of Christ

The TMB proclaims - indeed, blazes abroad - the doctrine that Christ is not just a good man, or a great prophet, or the Messiah, but rather that He was nothing less than the only begotten Son of God. Contemporary Bibles, while not denying this doctrine of Christ, use language that tends to erode, diminish and dilute this mighty foundational truth. Examples, among many, follow:

Acts 8:37

TMB: "...I believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God." 
Contemporary Bibles: Verse omitted entirely.

Matthew 16:16

TMB: And Simon Peter answered and said, "Thou art the Christ...
Contemporary Bibles: Simon Peter answered, "You are the Messiah...

John 6:69

TMB: "...and we believe and are sure that Thou art that Christ, the Son of the living God."
Contemporary Bibles: "We believe and know that you are the Holy one of God."

The Doctrine of the Trinity

The TMB proclaims - indeed, blazes abroad - the foundational and fundamental doctrine of the Trinity: that the almighty God of Heaven and Earth manifests Himself in three indivisible persons, namely the Father, the Son and the Holy Ghost. No contemporary Bible would dare to directly deny this. However, their defective and inaccurate translations tend to erode, diminish and dilute the doctrine of the Trinity.

1 John 5:7

TMB: "For these are three that bear record in Heaven: the Father, the Word, and the Holy Ghost: and these three are one." 
Contemporary Bibles: Verse omitted entirely.

The Doctrine of Good and Evil

The TMB proclaims - indeed, blazes abroad - that God favors the good and hates sin. While contemporary Bibles do not directly deny this, there is much in their errant translations that tends to erode, diminish and dilute this doctrine.

Acts 10:34

TMB: "God is no respecter of persons." 
Contemporary Bibles: "God shows no partiality."

Mark 5:30

TMB: And Jesus, immediately knowing in Himself that virtue had gone out of Him.... Contemporary Bibles: At that moment Jesus felt power go out from him.

The Bible as THE BOOK of Books

Concerning the status of the Bible in human affairs, the TMB proclaims - indeed, blazes abroad - that the Bible is not merely a historical account of events, or merely a book of morals to be analyzed and critiqued as other books, but rather it is THE BOOK of Books, that is to say, an icon of Christ with inherent power in and of itself to accomplish that which it proclaims. Contemporary Bibles do not directly deny this, but they do by both omission and by mistranslation erode, diminish and dilute the infallibility, miraculous creation, and providential preservation of the sacred text.

Luke 4:4

TMB: '...Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word of God'....
Contemporary Bibles: Verse omitted entirely.

John 9:35

TMB: He said unto him, "Dost thou believe in the Son of God?" 
Contemporary Bibles: "Do you believe in the Son of Man?"

Mark 16:15, the Gospel of Mark concludes:

TMB: "Go ye into all the world, and preach the Gospel to every creature..." Contemporary Bibles: Mark 16:9-20 omitted entirely.

John 7:53-8:11 (the woman caught in adultery) The TMB contains the full text, including, 

TMB, John 8:7: ...."He that is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone at her." 
Contemporary Bibles:
John 7:53-8:11 omitted entirely.

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