Corruption Unveiled:A Critical Analysis of the United Bible Societies’The Greek New Testament
Jesse M. BoydA Senior Thesis submitted in partial fulfillmentof the requirements for graduationin the Honors ProgramLiberty University, Lynchburg, VirginiaSpring, 1997
NOTE: This Thesis was assigned a failing grade because of the nature of theargument. Thus, I was unable to graduate with a 4.0 GPA At Liberty Universityand was forever marked with a big fat F at the end of my college transcript. Such istypical of the prejudice and bias towards the King James Bible that exists in today’s“conservative, evangelical” colleges and universities. Nonetheless, I believe the Fstood for “faith,” not “fail”—Faith, that is, in the perfect, preserved Word of Godthat all English speaking people have access to. Regardless of what the faculty of Liberty University might say, they have no monopoly on the truth regarding whatdoes and does not belong in my Bible. What’s in there is in there because God put itthere; that settles it for me. It is interesting that the arguments set forth in thispaper were never rebuked or challenged; only my character was challenged; andthe paper was given an F. The grade on this paper kept me from graduating fromLiberty with a flawless record of straight A’s. I received a BA in Religion fromLiberty with a minor in Greek—all A’s and one F. Oh well, I count it all joy to havesuffered persecution, slight as it may have been, for the TRUTH.