Archaeology is the study of the ancient and archaic.
In order to understand the archaic, an archeologist will conduct an archeological dig.
These digs involve hard work and they take time. When something is finally dug up, it's often hard to understand. Therefore, what is found must be studied to be properly understood.
It's kinda like that old, archaic, hard-to-read King James Bible. You'll have to spend time studying it. By nature, it requires you to be a student of the Word to understand its spiritual truths.
You don't need the new-shiny-object Bible's that falsely claims its updates have made it easier to read, or has offered the true intent of the Author.
Instead, be like the archeologist!
Dig out your grandma's archaic KJV, dust it off and start digging into it. The more time you spend digging in, the more you'll learn about the Ancient of Days!
Psalm 90:2 Before the mountains were brought forth, or ever thou hadst formed the earth and the world, even from everlasting to everlasting, thou art God.
Please note: As of the date of this blog post, we have over 15 hours of teaching on the Bible version issue. If you're interested, below is the playlist that is arranged in the order in which the lessons were taught: