King James Was No Homosexual
by David J. Stewart | June 2016
1st Timothy 5:19, “Against an elder receive not an accusation, but before two or three witnesses.”
King James (1566-1625) was a man to be admired. He spoke four different languages. James was the son of Mary, Queen of Scots, and a great-great-grandson of Henry VII, King of England and Lord of Ireland (through both his parents), uniquely positioning him to eventually accede to all three thrones. Mary was a devout Catholic and murdered multitudes of Protestants. King James desired to make his kingdom a godly kingdom, a departure from his mother's murderous throne. King James published a paper against tobacco in 1604 titled, A Counterblaste To Tobacco. You won't hear that from the Bible corrupting crowd!
King James was a good man! Our text verse teaches not to believe any criticism against a Christian leader, unless there are at least two witnesses (not two people, but two “WITNESSES”). Anthony Weldon (1583-1648) is commonly credited with starting the malicious rumor that King James was a sodomite:
Wikipedia: The story of Weldon's dismissal from King James' court for his negative assessment of the Scots in A Description of Scotland, is usually taken as the justification for the criticism of James in The Court and Character of King James I, which contains the famous comment that James was "the wisest fool in Christendom".
This is the testimony of only ONE MAN. Anthony Weldon (1583-1648) was dismissed from King James' court, vowing to get revenge, who afterwards wrote a retaliatory malicious paper accusing King James of being a homosexual. It was an obvious lie! Yet, when the corrupt Alexandrian Bible revisions began to be published (since 1881), the same devil's lie of King James being a homosexual has been propagated to discredit the King James Bible in favor of the modern corrupt revisions. The attack has been very effective, just as Satan planned. King James was not a homosexual, and it is wickedness to believe that he was based upon the accusation of ONE PERSON (i.e., Anthony Weldon). Today, literally hundreds of websites are recirculating the rumor that King James was a sodomite.
Ladies and gentleman, there is no solid evidence (nor even a trace of minute evidence) of King James being a homosexual. In sharp contrast, there is undeniable clear evidence that homosexuals were involved with the translation of the New International Version (NIV) of the Holy Bible. The chairman of the Old Testament translating committee, Dr. Marten Woudstra, was an open sodomite.
Dr. Virginia Mollenkott (born 1932) worked as the stylistic editor for the translation is a bonafied proud lesbian. There are many gay and lesbian writings available by Miss Mollenkott.
“In 1992 Dr. Mollenkott received the New Jersey Lesbian and Gay Achievement Award, and in 1999 was the recipient of a Lifetime Achievement Award from SAGE (Senior Action in a Gay Environment).”
SOURCE: Wikipedia - Virginia Ramey Mollenkott
It is utter hypocrisy for the modern day Bible butchers to continually repeat an unfounded rumor that King James was a homosexual, while remaining completely silent about the open homosexuality of Dr. Virginia Mollenkott and Dr. Marten Woudstra. What hypocrisy! It just shows further evidence that Satan is behind the modern Bible revision movement to change the Words of God into a lie (Genesis 3:1). 2nd Corinthians 2:17, “For we are not as many, which corrupt the word of God: but as of sincerity, but as of God, in the sight of God speak we in Christ.”
The NIV removes these fundamental doctrines...
- The virgin birth of Jesus is gone in Luke 2:33.
- The blood atonement of Christ is gone in Colossians 1:14.
- The Lord's ascension into Heaven is gone in Luke 24:51.
- The Godhead is gone in 1st John 5:7.
- The deity of Jesus Christ is gone from Philippians 2:6.
Anybody can start a false rumor about anyone. Please do not believe unfounded rumors and gossip, because to do so is a wicked thing. Proverbs 11:9, “An hypocrite with his mouth destroyeth his neighbour: but through knowledge shall the just be delivered.” History bears record that King James was a godly man.