What is the position of the WLC Team on today's Bible?

We believe that the original manuscripts (autographs) of the Bible were free from any corruption. And that today the King James Version of the Bible still represents the inspired word of Yahuwah, and is "profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness: that the man of Yahuwah may be perfect, thoroughly furnished unto all good works" (2 Tim 3:16, 17).

In light of our unshakeable faith that the Bible is the word of Yahuwah, we will not overlook the undeniable corruptions that have crept into it over the centuries.  We believe that it is the duty of His people in these last days to become acquainted with the verses which have been corrupted.  Unincidentally, these corruptions have all been used to uphold man-made doctrines, such as the Trinity dogma. Discovering these corruptions will lead a student of the word only to confirm one's faith in the validity of true Biblical doctrines.

The following is a list of some of the blatant corruptions:

Matthew 28:19

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Acts 20:28

The reason why we use Ekklesia and not church when referring to Yahuwah's faithful in WLC content is because the word "church" does not accurately convey the meaning of the original Greek, "Ekklesia." Throughout the New Testament, Ekklesia refers to the Called Out Ones. The word "church," which emphasizes a group, is therefore an erroneous translation and should never have been used. Christians are literally the Called Out Ones. The true followers of Yahushua are indeed the Called Out Ones from the organized denominations and religions of fallen Babylon. When the call to flee Babylon has been heard, none are to again return to Babylonian churches and forms of religion.

Bart D. Ehrman, in his book, Misquoting Jesus, page 114 says the following: "But in Codex Alexanrinus and some other manuscripts, the text instead speaks of the 'the [ekklesia] of the [Master], which he obtained by his own blood."

1 Timothy 3:16

The 'He' in the above verse refers to Yahushua and not to His Father.

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1 John 5:7-8

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