Has the Bible Been Tampered With? Yes
Does It Matter? Yes

Why does the truth matter? It matters because everyone has the right to know the true Word of God, and the true doctrine His Son preached, and the Know Your Bible, Bible Study section of this website is dedicated to sharing the true doctrine Jesus preached, and the lessons He taught which contradict many lessons that are within the Old Testament. Many believe the doctrine within the New Testament is true as written, because they believe it is of Jesus. However, certain of the doctrine Jesus taught, which is contrary to Hebrew Law, is not within the New Testament, and knowledge of that missing doctrine is crucial to a soul’s salvation.
Jesus prophesied to His Apostles, “But there shall arise after you, men of perverse minds who shall through ignorance or through craft, suppress many things which I have spoken unto you, and lay to me things which I never taught, sowing tares among the good wheat which I have given you to sow in the world.” And at another time He told Them, “He that soweth the good seed Is the Son of man; the field is the world, the good seed are the children of the kingdom, but the tares are the children of the wicked one. The enemy that sowed them is the devil.”
After Jesus’ Resurrection three main groups of Christians evolved:

The Jewish Christian Movement: In the beginning it consisted of people who knew and/or had been followers of Jesus and His Apostles, and the numbers grew over time as the Apostles trained qualified people to preach and train others in Jesus’ Doctrine. They, as Jesus taught them, preached Laws which contradicted certain Hebrew Laws that had their beginnings in Genesis and Exodus. The fact Jesus preached against certain longstanding and revered Hebrew Laws, is the true reason the Jews sought a reason that would give them just cause to demand the Romans to crucify Him.

Second - Pauline Christianity: Paul, who preached during the same time period as Jesus’ Apostles, was the person most singly responsible for spreading Christianity throughout the Roman Empire. However, Paul, a/k/a Pharisee Saul, preached doctrine contrary to that of Jesus. Actually, the doctrine Paul preached reinstated the Hebrew Laws Jesus preached against. Paul’s doctrine, rather than that of Jesus, was adopted by the First Council of Nicaea 325 AD, which had been convened and presided over by Roman Emperor Constantine, to determine authorized church doctrine. Due to Constantine’s influence, the Hebrew Laws Paul preached are found within all Gospels of the New Testament, rather than the Laws Jesus preached, which He gave in fulfillment of Jeremiah 31:31-33, and was confirmed by Him during His Sermon on the Mount when He said, “But behold One greater than Moses is here, and He will give you the higher law, even the perfect Law, and this Law shall ye obey.”

Third - Gnostic Christianity: This group had its roots in pre-Christian times. Gnostic Christianity contained elements of Asian, Babylonian, Egyptian, Greek and Syrian pagan religions, as well as elements of astrology, Judaism and Christianity.

The Bible Study section of this website utilizes three resources: 1 - The Old and New Testament, KJV; 2 - The Gospel of the Holy Twelve; and 3 - The Clementine Homilies. Lessons contained within these three resources prove beyond a shadow of a doubt, that God’s grace, and the gift of salvation Paul preached, which are based upon Genesis and Exodus Hebrew Laws, are contradictory to the Laws Jesus preached. The fact Jesus’ Laws are missing is significant, for He taught Laws a soul must obey to earn its salvation.
The King James Bible, KJV, has been chosen as our Bible resource, since many of its Verses within the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and the Gospel According to John, are word for word, or near to being word for word, of the same accountings that are within the Gospel of the Holy Twelve.
Early Church Fathers wrote about the second resource, which today is known as the Gospel of the Holy Twelve. In their writings they identified it as being a “lost Gospel,” and they proclaimed it contained Jesus’ original Doctrine. The Gospel they addressed had several names attributed to it, one of which had been the Gospel of the Nazarenes, and the early Church Fathers declared that the Synoptic Gospels, Matthew, Mark and Luke were all based upon it.
Through my intense studies of the Gospel of the Holy Twelve, and the Gospel According to John, KJV, I am convinced that John is also based upon the Gospel of the Holy Twelve, for I learned that many Verses within the Gospel According to John, are word for word, or close to being word for word, of Verses that convey the same accounting within the Gospel of the Holy Twelve.
However, the wording in other versions of the King James Bible, do not match the wording of the same accountings recorded in the KJV, but the message conveyed in some versions are the same, while in others it is not. Through my research and study of the RSV and NIV, I found: prophecies which Jesus fulfilled are missing; Verses are missing which is made obvious by the fact that the numbered Verses suddenly skip a number; and most disturbing of all, Jesus importance has been demeaned in those two versions.
Apostle John wrote the Gospel of the Holy Twelve while incarcerated, and once completed, he ordered a trusted individual to hide it, and he did so to protect it from falsification; proof that “fear of falsification” would have driven him to hide it in a safe place, can be found in Chapter H of Apostle Peter’s Epistle to Apostle James, within The Clementine Homilies. The Gospel of the Holy Twelve was discovered in 1870, and was translated by Rev. Ouseley. However, when the Vatican learned that it contained doctrine which had not been authorized by the First Council of Nicaea 325 AD, they locked it away in their vault. Thankfully, one or more copies of the translation, made its way into the hands of the public.
The third resource, The Clementine Homilies, which I have already mentioned, contains one of Apostle Peter’s epistles, plus a record of the doctrine he preached, and those lessons he preached, mirror the doctrine recorded within the Gospel of the Holy Twelve.
Jesus taught in Lections throughout the Gospel of the Holy Twelve, that He came into this world to end blood sacrifices. The Book of Daniel, Chapters 8 and 9 contain prophecies that prove that fact, and The Clementine Homilies contain lessons which also confirm that fact, yet one cannot find mention of that Jesus did such, anywhere within Matthew, Mark, Luke or John. Actually, those Gospels contain numerous Verses that undeniably refer the reader back to the Blood Covenant Moses instituted in Exodus 24:5-8.
There is a button on the left side of the Know Your Bible  page which will take you to the Gospel of the Holy Twelve, and also The Clementine Homilies. They are in PDF format and can be downloaded to your computer, or to your E-Book reader.
In addition, there is a link on the Know Your Bible page to THE HOLY VIRUS, which is a book written by Document Examiner, Lional Parkinson. Lional is not affiliated with any religion, church or political party, and is only concerned with indisputable facts. He has testified as an expert witness in courtrooms because of his skill in objectively solving questioned documents. At the request of Christians and Catholics who had concerns about their Bible, he used those skills to find factual, verifiable answers to resolve their issues. He found many inconsistencies, and clearly demonstrates why he deemed them to be such, and he points out why they are a result of tampering by unknown authors at given times in history. I highly recommend this work as an additional reference resource, to utilize during your search for truth.
Thank you for taking your time to learn, and serving mankind for Almighty God, I call upon Him to shower abundant Blessings upon you and upon all whom you cherish. Amen and Amen.

Rev. Roderick C. Davis