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  Les Garrett currently lives in Tasmania.  He has served as a pastor for thirty years.  He also spent ten years lecturing at the Hebron Bible College, Perth.  He has been involved in pioneering several churches and has travelled throughout the world, ministering in conventions and churches in Australia, New Zealand, Alaska, Canada, USA, Ireland, India, South Africa and Southeast Asia.  In 1967 the Lord gave Les Garrett a song which in later years has become one of the world's best known scripture songs, "This is the Day", which has been published, sung and recorded by individuals and groups in many nations and in many languages. 
     Among the books Les has written which have been widely read and acclaimed are Which Bible Can We Trust?, Concordance of the Destruction of Two or Three Witnesses, and Westcott and Hort and the Occult Connection .  His books and teaching tapes are highly recommended by many well known teachers and authors like David Otis Fuller and Gail Riplinger.  His main teaching themes are the comparison of Bible translations and the revival of Christianity.

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What Others Have Said About Les Garrett

Dr. David Otis Fuller, D.D., Grand Rapids, Michigan

"May God Himself cause Brother Garretts book, Which Bible, to be read by multiplied hundreds of Christians.  I recommend this book highly, it is superb. Brother Garretts book is DESPERATELY NEEDED in this battle for the Bible.

My hope and prayer is that this book will have a wide circulation, to give factual evidence to a multitude of laymen who are in utter darkness as to what this war against the Holy Word is all about."

David Otis Fuller was born in Brooklyn, New York, graduated from Wheaton Academy and College and Princeton Seminary. 

He first pastored in the Chelsea Baptist Church in Atlantic City, New Jersey, for five years, and then 40 years in Grand Rapids, Michigan.  He served in the US Navy in WW II as a chaplain overseas and at shore base.

He helped begin the Baptist Bible College and Seminary in 1941 in Grand Rapids, and also the Children's Bible Hour, 1942, for which he served as chairman for 33 years.  It is on nearly 600 stations and it's rally every year brings out some 10,000 on a Sunday afternoon.  It was his privilege to be a Trustee of Wheaton College for 40 years.  He has been on the Board of Association of Baptists for World Evangelism since 1930, and has published 20 books. 

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Gail Riplinger

"Les Garrett's books on the Bible are very valuable. The Concordance in Which Bible is a great resource of information on the changes and deletions in the Bible. Also, the teaching video I cannot fault and recommend it highly. We now carry Les Garrett's materials in our AV publications catalogue and recommend them all."

Gail Riplinger has B.A., M.A., and M.F.A. degrees and has done additional postgraduate study at Harvard and Cornell Universities. As one of fifty educators world-wide selected to be in an international edition of Whos Who, Gail was invited by the Presidents Citizen Ambassador Program to be a representative to Russia.

Les Garrett highly recommends www.avpublications.com as a resource for research materials.