Defined King James Bible
From Textus Receptus
The Bible was privately published in 1998, by the ministry of D. A. Waite, Bible For Today, and was edited by his son, D.A. Waite, Jr.. There have been a number of editions which vary in the annotations provided.
The glosses (annotations) are intended to help the reader understand words that may not be understood, or be misunderstood, owing to the change in meaning and language since the 17th and 18th Centuries. Whilst the exercise may appear to be simple enough, it is in the choice of replacement terms, or explanations, whereby errors can be made, or a doctrinal position forwarded. These also attract criticisms.
Paul Becker an Independent Bible College graduate raises a number of issues on his website.
- Defined King James Bible main page.
- Critical review.
- Serious Problems in D. A. Waite's Defined King James Bible (PDF) by Gail Riplinger