The Two Edged Sword of the Authorized Version of the King James Bible by Perry Demopoulos









By Perry Demopoulos


The material presented here is a simple comparison of verses between the Authorized Version of the King James Bible (1611) and manuscripts. There is a world wide conspiracy of those of the Yea, hath God said’ (Gen. 3:1) Society” that believe you must have, and or either know Greek and Hebrew to better understand what God said. These people have an Alexandrian Cult mentality, whether there source of manuscripts are from Alexandria, Egypt or from Antioch, (from which the King James Bible came). This also could be applied to any and all translators that are translating the Bible into a foreign tongue. Since the Alexandrian, Africa, Egyptian line of manuscripts do not present so much a problem for the average Bible believer to spot it is the men who are promoters of the Textus Receptus (or Received Text) that may give the true Bible believe a bit of a problem. Once they are laid side by side you can spot a ‘TR’ man for what he really is, an Alexandrian at heart (Acts 6:9; 27:6; Isa. 31:1)

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The Passover Lamb – When Did Jesus Die? By Perry Demopoulos


The Passover Lamb

 When did Jesus Die?


In Light of the Bible

 By Perry Demopoulos

B.D., Th.M., Th.D.

(Missionary to Ukraine and Former Soviet Russia since 1992)


Our practice has been and always will be to use the absolute, infallible word of God preserved in the Authorized Version of the King James Bible 1611 in the international language of English. We make no apologies for this especially to any Greek and Hebrew scholars of this Laodicean period of the church age. All of the modern translations have perverted and twisted many of God’s words to prove their own heresies.


The subject we are about to discuss is probably one of the most controversial subjects of Christendom. Among the ranks of all the professions of “Christianity” (that is, if you are to believe that Roman Catholicism and the Orthodoxism are Christian) the dozens of denominations have their private interpretations as to what Passover is, what it is not, who should celebrate it, and who should not. There are approximately 900 million Roman Catholics, and about 300 million Orthodox, most of which will die and go to hell. They are taught that good works, tradition, etc., are necessary for salvation. Nothing could be further from the truth. In this age, the church age, salvation is a FREE GIFT, without any works (Rom. 4, Eph. 2:8, 9).

In this little booklet we are going to take up the subject when did the Lord Jesus Christ die on the cross and when was His resurrection.

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Baptist Briders by Perry Demopoulus

Baptist Briderism


In light of the Bible



Note: All scripture quotations are taken from the Authorized Version of the King James Bible (1611) translated into the Russian language. For further information about the translation contact us at the following e-mail address –

        One of the latest doctrines of men that has now taken root in Ukraine is the heresy called Baptist “briderism.” The word “brider” is simply a form of the word “bride” concerning the bride of Christ mentioned in Revelation 21:2, 9 “And I John saw the holy city, new Jerusalem, coming down from God out of heaven, prepared as a bride adorned for her husband.”


“And there came unto me one of the seven angels which had the seven vials full of the seven last plagues, and talked with me, saying, Come hither, I will shew thee the bride, the Lamb’s wife.”


A “Baptist Brider” is an extreme view of a group of Baptists who believe that only “The Baptist Church” is the Bride of Christ. All other Christians supposedly make up the FAMILY of God, but are not part of THE BRIDE. The details of this heresy differ from one group to the next, but the general teaching is that The Baptist Church has existed since the time of Christ (some say John the Baptist) and that water baptism (that is “approved” only by other Baptist churches) actually places a believer into the bride of Christ. Water baptisms that are not approved are considered “alien” baptisms and are not honored by the Baptist Bride churches.

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