Your explanation for your claim that scores of translations and paraphrases in the English language accurately records the exact thoughts of God without a single conflict of any doctrine is worse EDIT divisive.JDS - As usual:
- The great majority of your above post doesn't actually deal with the points, challenges, and refutations that have been put to you.
- The argument about how many words have been added/taken away has already been answered multiple times. What is especially telling about that is that all your posts have ever done is run away from the truth that the KJV translators themselves did the very thing you accuse other translations of doing.
- Your accusation of "those who publish these new MV's are taught that words are not important" is one more (silly) accusation that is totally devoid of proof of any kind whatsoever. And I will predict right here and now that there never will be any proof provided, because - as is true for SO MUCH of what's in your posts - You can't produce proof that never has and does not exist.
The only thing the post does is side-tracking - which is just a form of running away.
Understandable, considering the posting history - But still not really a good thing.
Then, after all that, to try to convince the nice people here who reads your comments that you are not arguing for a divine message only and not for divine words is cause to not take you serious and this teaching from you can be evidenced by you failure to quote a single bible passage that demonstrates that I am violating anything that God ever said when I ask you to believe he is giving his own testimony in his own words. Your opposition to this is the single strongest indicator that you are preaching a message that comes from your own reasoning and imagination.
The take away from this is that you are exposed by this conversation as having a non scriptural doctrine of the Bible.
and the only reason you have presented so far for your opposition of my view is that it disagrees with yours because you hold the majority view.
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