Great Quote from the King James The Translators to the reader:

...namely that whosoever attempteth anything for the public (especially if it pertain to Religion, and to the opening and clearing of the word of God) the same setteth himself upon a stage to be gloated upon by every evil eye, yea, he casteth himself headlong upon pikes, to be gored by every sharp tongue. For he that medleth with men's Religion in any part, medleth with their custom, nay, with their freehold; and though they find no content in that which they have, yet they cannot abide to hear of altering.


On this page you can read various articles that have been written by various people.  We may not agree with all that is written, but it is gathered here so you can read and learn from it.  My dad always told me, "Chew the meat, spit out the bones."  That is a good rule to live by here.

If you know of an article to be added to this list please contact me.




Response to a Concerned Pastor - Manny Rodriguez


My Response to a Concerned Pastor

Regarding the 1602 Valera “Purificada” Bible


Open Letter to the TBS - Dr. Gómez


This is an Open Letter to the Trinitarian Bible Society.  This is only available in PDF format.  


No More Excuses - Joseph Martinez

No More Excuses


By Joseph Martinez



Then Moses stood in the gate of the camp, and said, Who is on the Lord's side? Let him come unto me.” (Exodus 32:26a)



My Opinion About Our Critics



Corruptions that have seeped into the Spanish Bible

Which Spanish Bible?

(English Video)




Bilingual Checklist









There exist thousands of New Testament Greek manuscripts, but essentially there are two types or groups. The vast majority of Greek manuscripts are of the type that we call textus receptus, or Received Text. The other type consist of manuscripts that come primarily from Alexandria, Egypt, the center of philosophy and apostasy. This type we call Alexandrian. We can easily see the difference that exists between these two types when we compare them.


Using a checklist, you can tell to which type, Received Text or Alexandrian text, any New Testament belongs that you might have.


Many today tell us that the differences between Bible versions are very slight, of no doctrinal importance, and that it really doesn’t matter which version we use. I believe that you will see that those who say this are very wrong.