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Queen James Bible: A Gay Friendly Set Of Scriptures

Queen James Bible

The Queen James Bible is doing for the church what gay marriage rights have done for many states, making religiously accessible without discrimination. The bible, which was just recently released for sale, features the teachings of the the scriptures in a gay and lesbian friendly manner.

The homosexual friendly bible does not list editors by name, and, on Amazon, the book’s publisher is simply noted as “Queen James. ”

Located at, the book’s editors write:

“The Queen James Bible resolves any homophobic interpretations of the Bible, but the Bible is still filled with inequality and even contradiction that we have not addressed. No Bible is perfect, including this one. We wanted to make a book filled with the word of God that nobody could use to incorrectly condemn God’s LGBT children, and we succeeded.”

In some cases, the Queen James Bible editors say they have simply corrected gay hate wording added to the bible in recent memory. For example, notes that the word “homosexual” wasn’t included in the bible until 1946.

While the bible’s editors did not delete passages, they did make changes to the eight most cited passages used to spread hate speech against homosexuals. According to the editors, the passages were amended “in a way that makes homophobic interpretations impossible.”

The bible’s editors explain why they chose the King James version of the bible for their Queen James Bible edition:

“The King James Bible is the most popular Bible of all time, and arguably the most important English language document of all time. The brainchild and namesake of King James I, who wanted an English language Bible that all could own and read, it has been in print for over 400 years and has brought more people to Christ than any other Bible translation. Commonly known to biographers but often surprising to most Christians, King James I was a well-known bisexual. Though he did marry a woman, his many gay relationships were so well-known that amongst some of his friends and court, he was known as “Queen James.” It is in his great debt and honor that we name The Queen James Bible so.”

The Queen James Bible can be picked up at Amazon for $34.95 by visiting HERE.

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9 Responses to “Queen James Bible: A Gay Friendly Set Of Scriptures”

  1. Leo Hopkins

    I made a comment on a friend's page about how perverted versions of the Bible are being published. This book of blasphemy is a testimony to that fact. If a gay friendly Bible is permissible, then what's to stop child molesters, rapists and criminals from having their own bible? Why not rewrite those bibles in such a way as to lie to its readers that they can hold on to living a life of unrepentant sin and pretend to be Christians? I'll tell you why, because at the end of their lives, they will be in for a shock! Matthew 7:21-23 says not everyone who calls God Lord will make it into Heaven. I have gay friends and I love them enough to treat them as fellow human beings. But I also love them enough to tell them God doesn't tolerate any sin because He is holy and will judge sin. Ultimately, I am responsible to live a holy life without hypocrisy but the Lord still wants me to be a witness to the lost. Pray for the Christians who struggle with homosexual desires and want to renounce that lifestyle. We should also pray for those who will use this fake bible as justification to believe the lie that it's 'okay to be gay'.

  2. Xgay Greg

    MERRY CHRISTMAS! My bride and I are celebrating my SEVENTH ANNIVERSARY! SEVEN YEARS ago Jesus set me FREE from the sin of homosexuality, HALLELUJAH! Today my wife is also pregnant and we are so thankful to Jesus for this wonderful miracle. JESUS IS LORD! I used to be addicted to men, but 7 years ago Jesus set me FREE! (YouTube video)

  3. Ben De Leeuw

    I know, I know, my photo is Smeagol. I just can't help myself.

    I also realize I'm a couple months late on the uptake here, but…

    "The Queen James Bible resolves any homophobic interpretations of the Bible, but the Bible is still filled with inequality and even contradiction that we have not addressed. No Bible is perfect, including this one."

    Hold on a second.

    These editors, by their later statements, seem to be suggesting that they themselves are Christians. But this totally boggles me.

    Just logically speaking, one can not, at the same time, hold these two opinions: 1.)That the Bible is the word of God and 2.) That the Bible is imperfect/morally objectionable–that is, unless one holds to the incredibly counter-Biblical opinion that God is imperfect (at which point, the Christian hope in a perfect Redeemer capable of taking on our sins is completely baseless, at which point, the contradiction between those two points is an afterthought). As God is perfect, so must his word be.

    But these editors can not choose to avoid this contradiction by believing that the Bible is simply not the word of God. If the Bible is not the word of God, then how could any author have come to the knowledge of the story behind the book of Job? If the Bible is not the word of God, then how could any author have come to the knowledge of the process of the creation of the world before the day God created man? Must we assume that *these* facts were all a matter of divine revelation, and that God simply left the rest of the story to our imperfections? If so, do we know to trust all of the prophecies in the Old Testament–or any of the words attributed directly to God in the Bible?

    More importantly, if these editors are to choose that the Bible is an imperfect statement, created by human kind, what reason is there to believe in the Bible at all? If it is errant, we have no credible way of discerning what in it is accurate and what in it is not–especially since we must immediately assume that the words of the human author Paul are false when he asserts that "All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness…" (2 Timothy 3: 16).

    If these editors believe that there is injustice in the Bible, then why do they hold to a faith grounded in the Bible? The Bible itself demands confidence in its entirety. Refusing to have that confidence is one thing if you do not profess to follow the teachings of the Bible. But you can not accuse the Bible of wrong and then still try to hold to it as something Holy in other aspects.

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