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Real Conspiracy to Replace Christianity — Most won’t even know the difference

Really important: the real-life conspiracy of changing the written word of God gradually, so most don’t even notice….

Rupert Murdoch (owner of Fox, including Fox News) owns Zondervan, who publishes the NIV, what I call the New Illuminati Version. There are thousands of deletions and subtle changes to often the key passages. The greatest I’ve found is the removal of Romans 8:1b. Once-saved-always-saved pastors love this, and are making Romans 8:1a their theme song.

Nathan Freeman writes in his Facebook link:

They’ve bought publishing companies and record labels and flooded the unsuspecting Christian book stores, homes and churches with pagan and diluted doctrines in the form of NIV… “Bibles”, “Christian books” and “Christian music” …

The deception in the last days is indeed great — and conspiracy is a reality.


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Real Conspiracy to Replace Christianity – most won’t even know the difference

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Published on Apr 10, 2011

Most won’t know the difference. Do we know Satan’s tactics? Yes, he takes away the word by replacing it and changing it. He’s like a broken record; he uses the same tricks and tactics over and over and over…


Is Murdoch’s NIV the ‘N’ew ‘I’lluminati ‘V’ersion? Has the Word of God Been Corrupted to Bring US Into the New World Order?

Look what the NIV did to Romans 8:1 — They changed the entire meaning of the verse and leave no requirement or prerequisite to being free from condemnation!

NIV alterations that greatly affect Christian doctrine — including my pet peeves. The NIV is destroying the church! Here’s proof.

Westcott and Hort Magic Marker Binge! Would you take a magic marker to your Bible and cross out words from passages? Do you read the NIV?

What is HORRIBLY WRONG with Modern Bible Translations like the NIV? Most modern versions slavishly depend on the Egyptian and Vatican corruptions of the New Testament!

Kevin Conner on the Believer’s CONDITIONAL Security: “OBEDIENCE IS the very law of SECURITY for all created beings. There can be NO SUCH THING as UNCONDITIONAL security.”

A.W. Tozer: There is ‘one sure way to escape the delusions of religion’ and be true Christians: “Receive Christ as Lord of our lives and begin to obey Him in everything. Submit to the truth and let it search us. Submit and obey…”

Who-Goes-To-Heaven Scriptures — Narrow is the Way | Who are the Children of God?


Charles Finney (via Steve Hill): Aim to Be Perfect — “What is Christianity, but supreme love to God and a supreme purpose of heart or disposition to obey God? If there is not this, there is NO CHRISTIANITY AT ALL.”


[ video ] Joe Joseph: NSA Spying Overview — “SPIRITUAL GROUNDING is a very important component of it, because WHEN YOU learn that you don’t live for this life — you LIVE FOR THE NEXT LIFE — it takes the fear away instantly.” | “The scientist doesn’t spray him with the hose because he doesn’t have to. Because THE OTHER FIVE monkeys PULL HIM DOWN.”


  1. It is the Messenger Bible that is very wrong indeed. As to the NIV Romans 8:18 it uses ‘worth’. KJV and others just ‘worthy of’. Do they not mean the same thing? Cannot see the error there and I am not particularly fond of the NIV.

  2. My husband just pointed out it was Romans 8:1a. True, NIV omits ‘who walk not after the flesh but after the spirit’. However, that is omitted in other translations also. If pastors use NIV to bolster Once Saved Always Saved, why bother? It shows their ignorance of all the New Testament and the fact that they go down that path anyway. The Brethren taught it over a century ago and on. So did the odd Pentecostal and I think the Baptists. The teaching was around long before the NIV, which translation I do not particularly like and generally do not read or look at.

    • Irene,

      “If pastors use NIV to bolster Once Saved Always Saved, why bother? …”

      You’re right. Many churches, mainline denominations, especially, have taught once-saved-always-saved for decades. I would add the Lutheran Church, which I grew up in. So they were locked into deception long before the NIV and the other seriously flawed translations came into being. [I explain what happened to these translations in the links above.]

      But some churches have had the potential to see real Christianity happening (Eph. 4:11-16, John 17:20-26, Gal. 5:22-24), and these are those whom I focus on — those who know that there is supposed to be more. They know they are sinning, despite the rhetoric.

      In my own particular experience, our church in Alaska started out KJV based, and they used to teach Life in the Son (we must abide in Christ — though probably not as strongly and clearly as I do now). They also used to emphasize Ephesians 4:11-16 as being the standard. But something happened.

      It’s hard to know what caused what, but the NIV and the NASB started to be used by many of the leaders and the congregation, and the NIV ended up being the main ‘Bible’ that was used.

      I don’t blame the NIV for the people being hurt and the subsequent church split, because the main leader involved was probably the only one still using the KJV, but the fact that complete reconciliation has yet to be made (so ‘ONE’ can happen, “that the world will know – John 17) has almost certainly been bolstered by the subsequent adoption of once-saved-always-saved, which very possibly wouldn’t have happened if we were using the NKJV instead.

      And one thing that I know for sure is that now trying to refute OSAS with NIV indoctrinated people is much more difficult than if we all still used Textus Receptus based Bibles.

      Romans 8:1a sings so well. It’s music to so many people’s ears, with the help of K-LOVE, who plays over and over the “Never Let Go” songs, which are the opposite of what the Bible really teaches.

      People just love the idea of “no condemnation” to those who have been born-again no matter what they do. It’s just so freeing, so wonderful. It strokes the flesh into not being concerned if we lust, or say this little lie and hate this person whom we’re jealous of, or who challenges us — etc..

      And this is so the opposite of what Paul taught.

      And as we’ve discussed already, the NIV took out some of the key fasting passages, which helps people humble themselves to hear the Holy Spirit, to be led by Him. They’ve also effectively removed most of the last chapter of Mark: 

      “These signs will accompany those who believe: in my name they will cast out demons; they will speak with new languages….”

      People don’t see the need to overcome anymore, when they think they don’t have to, in part deceived by the NIV.

      “Why speak in tongues to get freed up. Why not just lust instead?”

      “Why be filled with the Holy Spirit. Let’s just get drunk with wine instead” — which is the opposite of what Paul taught, of course.

      “Why get right with my brother? Why not just hate him instead? We’re all going to heaven anyway. That’s what the New Illuminati Version says, doesn’t it?”

      So now, hardly anyone is happy, and we’re losing America. And hardly anyone is calling for righteousness as the solution, and labeling the lack of righteousness in the church as the main problem:

      The Red Gate Prophecy — What If I Open It Just a Little Bit? The believers, not the non-believers, have opened the gate to sin, which is why this country has deteriorated

      How much of this is due to the NIV and the other false translations? I don’t know. But I know it’s a lot harder now to explain what the Bible really says about who goes to heaven, because they’ve been indoctrinated by the NIV.

      It’s also very hard to teach the importance of forgiving out of the NIV, because they changed many of the key forgiving texts.

      They also changed a key text that shows demons absolutely can be in Christians when we give them a place. Most ‘Christians’ now have familiar spirits in them which help them feel right about sinning.

      When pastors pray that the people give them 10%, they are actually James-3 cursing them into obeying, and then the people feel compelled to obey. But they’re not obeying the Holy Spirit, who no longer teaches tithing.

      And most pastors don’t hear and obey God’s voice, nor do they teach the people how to be led by the Holy Spirit.

      The “older manuscripts” that the NIV and the other mistranslations are based upon are older because they were the intentionally altered manuscripts adopted by the New Age Roman empire in the 4th century, and were given the royal treatment — written on goats skin — which is durable.

      So “older” isn’t necessarily better, but more older papyri have been discovered which show what the Bible is really supposed to say — which is what the KJV/NKJV/WEB, etc. say.

      And it’s very possible that Westcott and Hort, the two guys who changed the Bibles, weren’t even Christians in the broader sense, let alone being real, going-to-heaven Christians.


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