The BIBLE - The WORD of GOD
I personally prefer the Geneva Bible over the King James Bible because I believe the important verse 2 Thessalonians 2:3 concerning the pre-Jacob's Trouble-rapture was better translated in the GNV than in the KJB, but there are cases in which the KJB is better than the GNV, so I call both versions THE BIBLE and THE WORD of GOD.
When I read the Geneva Bible I IGNORE the FOOTNOTES, but I AGREE that the footnotes point out that the PAPACY in ROME is the ANTICHRIST!
In that sense the Geneva Bible is truly REVOLUTIONARY!
And that's why Satan wanted to GET RID of this translation!
WELL, HE FAILED!
Geneva Bible 1599, the REFORMATION Bible
The Roots of the KJV: Tyndale and the "Geneva Bible"
An Introduction to the Geneva Bible
Why The Geneva Bible Is Superior To the King James Per Version
What the KJVO doesn't want you to know about the Geneva Bible
1599 Geneva Bible
apuritansmind.com - www.apuritansmind.com/wp-content/uploads/PDF/GenevaBiblePatriotEdition.pdf
Horror of All Horrors! Original 1611 King James Version Shows Masonic Handshakes All Throughout The Genealogies
DEFENDING THE KJV
What is the Geneva Bible?
What is the King James Version (KJV)?
What is the KJV Only movement?
Why are there so many Bible translations, and which is the best?
Why can’t all Christians agree on one Bible?
The Geneva English Bible: The Shocking Truth
John Calvin & Geneva Bible Today
Why I am not a Calvinist!
The Geneva Bible - An Historical Report
The 1599 Geneva Bible Notes - The Reformed Reader
The Forgotten Translation
Question: "What is the Geneva Bible?"
Geneva Bible - Wikipedia
Why do Reformers like the King James version rather than go back to the Geneva Bible?
The King James Version Of The Bible
The Geneva Bible’s One Covenant of Grace
Calvinism False Doctrines, Depravity, Election, Atonement, Irresistible Grace, and Perseverance
Calvinism and the King James Bible
Calvinism (Monergism) and the King James Bible
Calvin and the Geneva Bible _ The Calvin 500 Blog
Bible Battles: King James vs. the Puritans
After the King James Version was published in 1611, the Geneva Bible was banned in England. Indeed, James made ownership of it a felony. The King James Bible became the pulpit Bible for Anglicans and inexpensive copies were published for sale to the masses. At first, it was not very popular; several of its early publishers went broke from poor sales.
The King James Version began to gain popularity only when different publishers began to add explanatory notes to the text, in direct opposition to James’ expressed wishes. Indeed, the KJV became the most popular Bible version in twentieth-century America when a set of notes written by Cyrus I. Scofield was added in 1909 and then revised into the Scofield Reference Bible in 1917. These notes promote the theology of dispensationalism, based in part on Calvinist theology that James rejected, and have helped promote that theology’s popularity, just as the Geneva Bible promoted Puritan theology.
Calvinism's Surprising Catholic Connection_ thebereancall.org
In order to better understand some verses and passages in the GNV or the KJV I use the