The Christian Workers Society
“A society” of Christians who’s main purpose is the advancement of the Christian Faith by the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and the building up by Scripture Christians thoroughly furnished unto all good works. Thereby we support the work of the local church.
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Back To The Bible
This exhibit is available for your church or organization upon request.
Each exhibit is free of charge, and no collections or offerings are taken. All handouts, booklets, and other publications offered are at not charge.
Who Are We ?
We are a Christian organization”a society” of Christians who’s main purpose is the advancement of the Christian Faith by the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and the building up by Scripture Christians thoroughly furnished unto all good works.
We believe that the Christian is individually responsible to God. Over time we think that this concept of individualism has been diminished and or largely forgotten. There is little individual Bible reading and prayer, and as a result, Christian Workers for Christ. Few souls are being saved, Christians are apathetic, and the local church is struggling to maintain its’ purpose and direction.
How do we change this? How do we excite ourselves to this work? By using the prescribed method ordained by God, His Word and Prayer!
I Corinthians 6:7 By the word of truth, by the power of God, by the armour of righteousness on the right hand and on the left,
The Scriptures are profitable, they will give us everything we need to be furnished unto every good work.
What does The Christian Workers Society do? We help in providing exhortation, in making available some of the resources that will encourage us to be workers for Christ. Most of these ideas, methods, and helps will be gleamed from other sources both past and present.
One such resource is “How To Work For Christ” by R.A. Torrey. If you can acquire a copy do so it will be a blessing. We have a limited number of reprints that we will have available for free to those workers that have formed a good framework within their area for reaching the lost.
Of course the best resource is the Bible. We encourage every Christian to read the Bible in the Spirit. Pray before, asking God to illuminate some portion that you may need or use in your individual service to God. We have posted a suggested resolution that you may find helpful.
We are preparing a special exhibit titled “Back To The Bible” The Preservation and Providence of the Bible to America. This exhibit will chronicle the movement of God’s Word from the Far East, through Europe, and to the Americas. The exhibit will include original Bible leafs, Bibles, a replica of the Gutenberg Press, and many other items with proofs. The exhibit is free of charge. If you or your church, organization, or group would like to have more information, please use the contact form on this site.
Our English Bible
Wycliffe translates the Bible into English using the Vulgate
Gutenberg Press 1456
Johannes Gutenberg introduces the movable type press
Greek To English Translators 1525
Tyndale translates the New Testament into English from the Received Text
The Coverdale Bible 1535
First time chapter summaries introduced.
The Great Bible 1537
In 1538 it was commanded that a copy of a English Bible be set in every parish church.
The Geneva Bible 1560
This was the Bible used by Shakespeare and the Puritans
The Bishops’ Bible 1568-1606
After the accession of Queen Elizabeth to the throne in 1558 Anglican authorities prevailed for this edition.
The Rheims Bible 1609
The Douay Bible
Repentance is translated penance. Called a “a translation of a translation of a translation.”
The King James Version 1611
King James persuaded to call a conference,
“for hearing and for the determining of things pretended to be amiss in the church.”
Revised VersionMay, 1881
Loses popularity with the masses.
American Revised Version 1901
“I am a creature of a day. I
am a spirit come from God, and returning to God. I want to know one
thing: the way to heaven. God himself has condescended to teach me
the way. He has written it down in a book. Oh, give me that book! At
any price give me the book of God. Let me be a man of one