Todd Strandberg, professed Christian and employer
of individuals who maintain control of no less than
14 of his endtime
Rapture Ready) denies that Satan is working through his followers to corrupt the bible and
considers a Christian's defense of the King James Bible the devil's
Distraction is one of Satan's favorite
tools for hindering the work of God. If he can't pervert or stop the
message, he does his best to sidetrack the messenger with trivial debates.
After studying the issue of King James Version Onlyism (KJVO), Iíve
concluded that we have yet another prime example of the devil's handiwork.
Todd Strandberg sent the message that there is not enough
evidence to support the allegation that the modern 'bible' versions are the
result of a conspiracy:
Because the consequences of being wrong are
so high, I think the critics of the new translations should build a stronger
case against the non-KJVO crowd. I've yet to find one KJVO person who
bothers to speculate about how this massive conspiracy might have been
pulled off. (2)
Todd's remark is not surprising considering the
fact that his Rapture Ready forum administrators typically ban discussions that
link world events with the unfolding New World Order and shut down such
conversations by calling on-target observations 'conspiracy theories.'
A conspiracy is a group of conspirators who
band together to achieve some harmful (or illegal) purpose. The conspiracy to
bring in the One World Order (which includes a One World Religion) is real. It
is called The Plan.
built a compelling case against the
corrupt message, men and manuscripts which birthed the
modern 'bible" versions. Consequently, Todd Strandberg sought to convince his readers
that finding globalist catchphrases in their bible is nothing to be concerned
Riplinger goes totally overboard in her
"new age," "new world," "new order," "old order," and "former order"
examples. Of course, these words are all highly satanic (I'm being
sarcastic) and any appearance of them in a Bible translation confirms its
evil origin. She put together a nice little list of how these praises appear
in non-KJV Bibles. To assemble this list, she needed to reference 18
translations, and in most cases the offending praises only appear once in
the various translations. (3)
Strandberg referred to the words, "new world," "new world order," "old order,"
and "former order" as praises. The spelling, 'praises' was used twice in one
paragraph and the fingering used to type it indicates that the use of the word,
'praises' is not a typo. The only people who praise the new world order are Satan's
Considering the fact that Todd Strandberg's
Rapture Ready forum
administrators' posts often serve the NWO agenda, it is not surprising that
he ridiculed Gail Riplinger's citations of New Age terminology in the modern
(1) King James Onlyism by Todd Strandberg
About Gail Riplinger's New Age Bible
King James Version and the One World Church