"God is not the author of confusion, thus the entire textual criticism arguments are against that simple truth."
- this makes two big assumptions (1) that there is a god; (2) that the contracdiction-ridden text of the Bible was ever inspired by that god. Contradictions do not inspire me to believe it was ever divinely inspired, nor do they prove it is a truthful account of anything.
"Most dangerous is the current emphasis on studying the “original” languages from current lexicons which have unfortunately been corrupted."
- When did your preacher tell you this? Language scholars know quite a lot about the languages of the bible texts. Far more than your average preacher does. When did you last hear Falwell, Robertson or Phelps speak Ancient Hebrew? So preacher apart, how did you come by this little gem of ignorance?
"God has already provided a pure text in English for all to read, study and memorize already."
- Ahem, and when exactly did this happen? When did god come down and say that the English version of the Bible is the best. I didn't even know god spoke English. On reflection, since he dealt mostly with Jews, he is more likely to speak Hebrew. Nu? You really have been brainwashed.