Can You Trust Modern Translations?
- Handbook to the Textual Criticism of the NT
- Misquoting Jesus
- Richard Simon Critical History of the Text of the New Testament
- A Critical History of the Old Testament
- The Text of the New Testament
- The King James Only Controversy
- An Introduction to the NT Manuscripts and Their Texts
- Studies in the Textual Criticism of the New Testament
- Introduction to the New Testament in the Original Greek
- An Introduction to the Textual Criticism of the NT
- Introduction to the Textual Criticism of the GNT
- Textual Scholarship and the Making of the New Testament
- The Westminster Assembly & Its Work
- Pericope Adulterae, The Gospel of John and the Literacy of Jesus
- Does the “Revised Version” Affect the Doctrine of the New Testament as Exhibited in the Authorized Translation?
- A collection of tracts, relating to the deity, worship, and satisfaction of the Lord Jesus Christ
- The Orthodox Corruption of Scripture
- The Text of the NTestament - Critical Editions and Modern Textual Criticism
- Seven Chapters of the Revision of 1881
- Deliver Us From Evil
- An Historic Account of Two Notable Corruptions of Scripture
This is a poorly written and argued book rife with logical fallacies and historical inaccuracies right from the beginning. Starting on page 13, Mr. White immediately engages in a poisoning the well fallacy which continues on unto page 28. On pgs 24 and 25, Mr. White lumps everyone from the Reformers, Puritans, Westminster Divines, John Owen, John Gill, Joel Beeke, Jeff Riddle, Iain Paisley, the Free Presbyterian Church, and many more underneath the same pejorative King James Onlyist. A term he also uses to describe such people as Dr. Peter Ruckman & Gail Riplinger.