“And if any man shall take away from the words of the book of this prophecy, God shall take away his part out of the book of life, and out of the holy city, and from the things which are written in this book.” (Revelation 22:19 KJV)
The New Age movement’s expressed goal of infiltrating the evangelical church and gradually changing the Bible to conform to it’s One World Religion is evident in the current new age bible versions. Their words and doctrines prepare the apostate church of these last days to accept the Antichrist, his mark, image, and religion – Lucifer worship. The emerging 'new' Christianity – with its substitution of riches for righteousness, a crown for a cross, and an imitation for a new creation – is shown to be a direct result of the wording in new versions. The Greek manuscripts, critical editions, lexicons and dictionaries behind the new versions are occult in origin, content, and yet unreleased material -- a blueprint for the Antichrist's One World Religion and government.
One of these new age bible versions – the "New King James Bible" (NKJB) – is promoted by the Thomas Nelson publishers as an "update" to the original “1611 Authorized Version” [the “King James Version” (KJV)] having ‘only’ replaced the ‘obsolete’ English words with equivalent ‘modern’ English words. In support of this new age bible version, a prominent fundamentalist, Dr. Jerry Falwell of Lynchburg, Virginia, has had the following to say about the NKJV: "This new edition preserves all of the truth and authority of the original [KJV], but makes it much easier to read and understand. It protects every thought, every idea, every word, just as it was intended to be understood by the original scholars."However, what ‘they’ claim about the NKJV is far from the truth! Theword ‘changes’ in the NKJV have brought about an entirely new meaning to the original KJV text, with the added footnotes – based upon the corrupt manuscripts –encouraging the reader to question the authenticity of the original KJV text, the Word of God. The following is only a very small portion of the Thomas Nelson Publishers’ description of ‘the changes’ made to the original KJV in order to produce their 1982 edition of the NKJV: