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    The origin of the KJVO myth...

    Have you been in a Christian book store lately? It is not the fundamentalists who are writing the books on theology and doctrines. Fundamentalists usually learn the bible doctrines in the local church from a special and faithful God appointed man called a pastor, who is given just to him to do...
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    The origin of the KJVO myth...

    The more you reveal about yourself through your comments the weirder your theology is. Considering how you demonstrate your total lack of light on even fundamental issues I frankly find comfort in knowing you disagree with me on the word of God as well as almost every subject that is discussed...
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    The origin of the KJVO myth...

    Good grief! Your gullibility rating is off the charts and it is not just about bible translations. But, sadly, after 72 years it is probably going to be too late and the darkness too great for you to correct anything now. One can hope.
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    The origin of the KJVO myth...

    The Anvil of God's Word “Last eve I paused beside the blacksmith’s door, And heard the anvil ring the vesper chime; Then looking in, I saw upon the floor, Old hammers, worn with beating years of time. “‘How many anvils have you had,’ said I...
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    "All"?

    Here are the actual words of this prophecy. Lu 2:10 And the angel said unto them, Fear not: for, behold, I bring you good tidings of great joy, which shall be to all people. 11 For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Saviour, which is Christ the Lord. He did not say when. You...
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    What's the need?

    No, no you have not stated a scriptural position if that is what you mean by stating your position. You have stated your own opinion over and over again. We know why KJV only is wrong according to you but we do not know why it is wrong according to God in his scriptures. You have not offered...
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    What's the need?

    There you go yet again. Stating an opinion. This is all you have done so far. If my teaching is incorrect it is because the scriptures say it is, not because you have an opinion that has nothing whatsoever to do with the scriptures or the Christian faith and an opinion you cannot prove. If my...
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    What's the need?

    edit You have not shown the mind of God that supports your view and you have not quoted a single verse from any of the scores of translations that you say are the same as the inspired word of God he gave to the apostles and prophets. Youi have offered opinions and I contend that my opinions are...
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    What's the need?

    I have been banned for a much less rule violation than that.
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    What's the need?

    You are falsely accusing and tell me what they do teach. What do you believe and why do you believe it? I don't claim these things you mentioned, the author of this op made that claim on other threads and I am referencing him every time i say it. Besides, my opinion is as good as yours.
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    What's the need?

    edit. You have not answered scripturally why we should accept the various translations that employ a variety of translation philosophies in the same language from the same source manuscripts. Philosophies that include optimizations, condensing, dynamic equivalences, and paraphrases, with an...
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    What's the need?

    Actually it was fun to type and I did not accuse anyone by name of anything and the conclusions I drew were from the scriptures that I actually quoted as my foundation for my thoughts. You would not disagree with those words even from a KJV, would you? The authority line remains the 8 apostles...
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    What's the need?

    These guys are here because they are safe among themselves. They think that preaching a message about God without any authority from him gives us the impression that somehow their doctrine of paraphrase, dynamic equivalence, condensing and optimization does not need a scriptural authority...
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    No person can come to Christ by their own freewill !

    Some general information that is worth considering. Acts 14:27 And when they were come, and had gathered the church together, they rehearsed all that God had done with them, and how he had opened the door of faith unto the Gentiles. The above was spoken in Antioch, Syria after Paul's first...
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    No person can come to Christ by their own freewill !

    Attention all Calvinists. In this post I am going to give you the truth of this John chapter 6 and what Jesus means by telling the Jews that they cannot come to him unless the Father draws them. After this post there will be no excuse for you to continue misleading people and being confused of...
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