When compiling any evidence in a court case, one of the most important aspects of the case besides physical evidence, is the testimony of witnesses. If the witness being called to the stand has lied under oath in the past, their testimony will be considered unreliable. If the witness testifying has been reliable in the past, they are considered to be a "faithful witness." The jury always considers the testimony of a faihful witness over that of an unreliable witness. What we try to do on this web site, is to consider faithful witnesses. When there is doubt about the reliability of any evidence, we make our final decision on the evidence provided by the ultimate faithful witness, the Holy Bible, the infallible Word of God. We depend on the King James Version to give us the most accurate translation, but also investigate the original meaning of the Hebrew and Greek text.

A Faithful Witness
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So You Think You Know What Is In The Bible?

Many ideas have been formed about subjects in the Bible based on what we have heard and what we read in God's Word. Unfortunately, what we have heard from others is not often the truth. Sometimes what we read in the Bible is misinterpreted because of our lack of knowledge of the actual meaning contained in the original Hebrew and Greek text. On this web site, we try to clear up some of those misconceptions.

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