Edward F. Hills
Dr. Hills integrates his theological perspective alongside New Testament criticism. Reading Dean John William Burgon inspired Dr. Hills to approach textual criticism from a “logic of faith” (1952 is the year that Dr. Hills made a definite commitment to this view). As to the relationship of the King James Bible to the Received Text, Hills wrote "the King James Version ought to be regarded not merely as a translation of the Textus Receptus but also as an independent variety of the Textus Receptus."
- Graduated summa cum laude at Yale University (1930–33)
- Th.D. from Westminster Theological Seminary (ca. 1935)
- Th.M. from Columbia Theological Seminary
- Th.D. in New Testament textual criticism from Harvard under the supervision of Henry J. Cadbury, Kirsopp Lake as one of the readers
- The King James Version Defended: A Christian View of the New Testament Manuscripts, Old path, 1956, ISBN 0-915923-00-9.
- Believing Bible Study (3rd ed.), 1991 [1967, 1977], ISBN 0-915923-01-7.
- Beacham, Roy E; Bauder, Kevin T (2001), One Bible only?: examining exclusive claims for the King James Bible, p. 48,
Edward F. Hills – Another individual who made a sizable contribution to the King James-Only movement, although not drawing directly from the works of Wilkinson and Ray, is Edward F. Hills (1912–1981). Hills actually possessed genuine...
- Price, James D (2006), King James Onlyism: A New Sect, p. 263.
- Cloud, David, The Testimony of Dr. Edward F. Hills, Way of life, 2nd to last paragraph.
- "8", King James Version Defended, Jesus is Lord.
- Barnett, Robert, KJV Bible, Dean Burgon Society.
- Whitmer, John, Hills Revisited (PDF), Holy Word café.