Mark Ward’s “Authorized” Lies: The Vernacular, The Very Vulgar, And The Infamous Ploughboy

Recently, the most popular articles on my blog have been about two men.  Strangely, they both work for the same company.  Mark Ward and Michael Heiser both work for "Faithlife Corporation".  Both men are absolutely certain that the King James Bible is not a Bible you should trust 100%.  They are sowers of doubt.  When … Continue reading Mark Ward’s “Authorized” Lies: The Vernacular, The Very Vulgar, And The Infamous Ploughboy

Mark Ward’s “Authorized” Lies: False Friends Part 2

Before you read this article, please read my introduction to the subject here. Then, read part one, where we deal with the first group of supposed "false friends": "unicorn", "halt", and "commendeth" here. Without further ado, we will look at the remaining four "false friends" that are used as examples by Mark Ward to try … Continue reading Mark Ward’s “Authorized” Lies: False Friends Part 2

Mark Ward’s “Authorized” Lies: False Friends

If you haven't already, please see the introductory article to this series here. The more I look into the meat and substance of Mark Ward's book, the more that the issues become glaringly obvious.  The fact that some people are swallowing Ward's argument tells me a lot about those "swallowers".  As I said in my … Continue reading Mark Ward’s “Authorized” Lies: False Friends