A Christian religion page on how to read and understand the Bible, authored by
Frank Ellsworth Lockwood

Monday, December 05, 2011


Revised June 14, 2014
Is the Bible absolute truth, or are its messages largely relative? 

Many Christians pride themselves on their absolutist views of everything: "God is absolute," they say, "therefore God's book, the Bible, must be absolute too." According to that view, the Bible is the supernaturally inspired Word of God, so it must be every bit as absolute as the Creator.

Saturday, December 03, 2011

The KIng James Bible rules surpreme!

I just wanted to draw attention to the blog post on http://biblebeltblogger. com concerning the King James version of the Bible.

Please do not confuse us; the author of Bible Belt Blogger is not Yours Truly, even though his name is also Frank Lockwood. He's not the same guy and there's only one of me.

For the record, I am Frank Ellsworth Lockwood, and I am quite a few years the elder.

Anyway, here is a link to Frank's great site: http://biblebeltblogger.com/

Look for the National Geographic article concerning the creation of The King James version of the Bible, and while you are there, you might want to read some of Frank's other excellent articles.

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