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I'm listening to Part 4 right now, and have enjoyed this series so far. However, I could do without the following comment by Dr. Bauder-
(Edit: OK, maybe it's not an indictment, because he would probably argue that exclusive KJV use tends to correlate w/talking about worldliness too much... but I think the case can certainly be made that the rest of us probably do not take it seriously enough.)
BTW, I've been listening and taking notes- I have 3 pages so far. It is good stuff, and I appreciate CBTS posting these audio files online for free.
but when you listen to it (Part 4, a little over halfway through) let me know if you think Dr. Bauder is being ironic.
I listened to all five parts and did not sense irony with the statement about KJVers and worldliness. But, we couldn't see facial expressions or body language when the statement was made either. However, I would take that statement in part 4 in conjunction with what he said in part 5 about standards. I don't have the exact quote, so I'll paraphrase. Dr. Bauder was explaining the pros of having standards and then said that somewhere along the way, the standards became more important than the purpose behind them. Maybe in Dr. Bauder's experience/associations it is the KJVers who focus more on standards than on what those standards should help accomplish. Just like there are people with differing experiences with youth groups, as we are seeing on another thread, there are probably differences of experience related to KJV Bible churches/individuals.
Sister Thomas, and thanks for your perspective.