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The Queen James Bible


May 2, 2012
Here is another Queer "sign" of the times.

Here you have an unholy depravity disguised as the word of God.
This is a God and Christ dishonoring piece of vomit.
So very Typical of the homosexual community.



The Queen James Bible, the Gay Bible
by Matt Slick

The Queen James Bible, also known as the Gay Bible, is a new assault on biblical orthodoxy and sexual purity. This is to be expected in a world of moral relativism. In it, the 1769 King James Bible has been reproduced with only a very few select verses altered--the ones that relate to homosexuality. Those verses are listed below and analyzed. I hope you will see that the Queen James Bible is a perversion of the original text and is the result of obvious prejudices against the original Hebrew and Greek texts in order to make homosexual practices appear acceptable.

The interlinear citations are taken from two sources. An interlinear is a listing of the original languages that is reproduced from the most ancient and best manuscripts with English translations under it. This way, the reader can see for himself what the original says.

  1. Hebrew Interlinear Quotations are from van der Merwe, Christo. The Lexham Hebrew-English Interlinear Bible. Logos Bible Software, 2004.
  2. Greek Interlinear Quotations are from the Aland, B., Aland, K., Black, M., Martini, C. M., Metzger, B. M., & Wikgren, A. (1993, c1979). The Greek New Testament (4th ed.) (410). Federal Republic of Germany: United Bible Societies.


Feb 23, 2009
Irregardless of how the bible can be mistranslated to further an agenda, King James himself was rumored to be homosexual.

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