Why We Study The King James Bible
 

Why We Study The King James Bible

The impact that the King James Bible (commonly called the King James Version or KJV) has had on the world is immense indeed. It has been the number one selling book year after year, yet the last few decades have seen an avalanche of "modern translations" most of which market themselves as easier to understand. But there is much more to this subject than an "easy read." Properly presented with the facts, Christians can identify who is really behind these modern translations and securely rest in the truth that God has kept His promise to preserve His Word without error throughout the generations.
 
  Bible in Hand   Alex Kurz  
  Part 1 - History of the KJV   Richard Jordan  
  Part 2 - History of the KJV   Richard Jordan  
  Part 3 - History of the KJV   Richard Jordan  
  Inerrancy And The KJV   Bryan Ross  
  Is KJV Really the Only One?   Alan Ragan  
  Rhyme, Rhythm and Readers   Matt Walker  
  Statistical Proof That Bible is the Word of God   David Reid  
 

Fox River Bible Church uses the King James Bible.

There are many churches that use the King James Bible in Illinois - or even better, churches that teach the K.J.V. in Elgin. This is not surprising, being located in America's Midwest and the Christian family values that have such a long history for farmers, merchants and industrialists in America's heartland. Elgin's first settlers used the King James Bible for good reason. FRBC uses the King James Bible for good reason.

If you live in the western suburbs of Chicagoland and are wondering "where is a church that uses the King James Bible near me?" - look no further. Fox River Bible Church is a church that uses the KJV in South Elgin, IL.