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logos1560

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The KJV maintains the truth of the one true door without bias , alterations, and removal of the foundations unlike MV’s which are forwarded by those with an agenda to destroy the foundations and truth of God.

You fail to prove your biased, subjective opinions to be true. Your unproven allegations bear false witness against the translators of the NKJV.

You also ignore the fact that there was Church of England bias involved in some of the translation decisions in the KJV.
 

YeshuaFan

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You don't even know enough about the text of the KJV bible to have a discussion. All you can do is repeat the lies of KJVOnly. Why not study the text of the KJV itself? It's a great version worthy of your study. Then you could tell when KJVOnly lies to you. You would know the truth for yourself.
Few Kjvo have any understanding of what goes on in field of textual criticism, other then if not TR/Kjv, no good!
 

robycop3

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The KJV maintains the truth of the one true door without bias , alterations, and removal of the foundations unlike MV’s which are forwarded by those with an agenda to destroy the foundations and truth of God.
The KJV is full of goofs & booboos, such as "Easter" in Acts 12:4, "the love of money is THE root of ALL evil" in 1 Tim. 6:10, & the words "and shalt be" in Rev. 16:5, which are NOT found in any known ancient manuscript of Revelation. And this is but a short list. (Notwithstanding the KJV isn't in our common language, but is an outdated, archaic form.)
 

Leatherneck0311

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So then, you should be against KJVOs; they're men following men, as the KJVO myth isn't even in the KJV itself, & those men have an agenda against God's word in other valid versions except their own pet.
The KJV is full of goofs & booboos, such as "Easter" in Acts 12:4, "the love of money is THE root of ALL evil" in 1 Tim. 6:10, & the words "and shalt be" in Rev. 16:5, which are NOT found in any known ancient manuscript of Revelation. And this is but a short list. (Notwithstanding the KJV isn't in our common language, but is an outdated, archaic form.)
You use ancient instead of minority interesting.
 

YeshuaFan

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KJV-only advocates seem to have an agenda against a consistent, just application of the truths of God's word. They seem to reject the preserved original-language words of Scriptures as being the standard and greater authority for the making and trying of all Bible translations including the KJV. They contradict scripture by implying that the word of God is bound to the textual criticism decisions, Bible revision decisions, and translation decisions of one exclusive group of Church of England critics in 1611 when it is not bound. They contradict scripture and suggest that God shows partiality to English-speaking believers after 1611 when the wisdom from God above is without partiality. They contradict scripture and apply divers measures [double standards], an abomination to the LORD. They contradict scripture by trying to make a tradition of men into a doctrine of God. They disobecannot even
y scripture by bearing false witness against believers who disagree with human, non-scriptural KJV-only reasoning. KJV-only advocates advocate and follow the opinions of men.

Can one trust God’s word to even God’s word based on todays lack of conviction ?
yes, do you attest then that we need a perfect translation to have the word of God to us for today? Did God promise that to His originals and translations?
 

Leatherneck0311

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yes, do you attest then that we need a perfect translation to have the word of God to us for today? Did God promise that to His originals and translations?
So the Kjv translators did not use any textual criticism, just had the Holy Spirit inspire and reveal to them directly the kjv?
A word for word translation like the KJV did not use nor accept the high and mighty opinions of the translators they left that nonsense to the watered down and non committed future generations.
 

Leatherneck0311

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So the Kjv translators did not use any textual criticism, just had the Holy Spirit inspire and reveal to them directly the kjv?
The KJV translators used the best )manu scripts ( majority texts ) not their self elevated positions as knowing more than God.
 

YeshuaFan

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A word for word translation like the KJV did not use nor accept the high and mighty opinions of the translators they left that nonsense to the watered down and non committed future generations.
The Kjv is NOT a full word for word, as they added some words, subtracted some, and brought over some from latin Vulgate even!
 
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