Since you're smart enough to find "mistakes"
in the KJV, why don't you correct them all and give us a perfect Bible?
Do you have a perfect Bible?
Since you do believe "the Bible"
is our final authority in all matters of faith and practice, could you
please show us where Jesus, Peter, James, Paul, or John ever practiced
your terminology ("the Greek text says...the Hebrew text says....the
originals say...a better rendering would be....older manuscripts read...."
Since you do not profess to have a perfect
Bible, why do you refer to it as "God's word"?
Remembering that the Holy Spirit is the
greatest Teacher (John 16:12-15; I John 2:27), who taught you that the King
James Bible was not infallible, the Holy Spirit or man?
Since you do believe in the degeneration of
man and in the degeneration of the world system in general, why is it that you
believe education has somehow "evolved" and that men are more qualified to
translate God's word today than in 1611?
There is one true God, yet many false gods.
There is one true Church, consisting of true born-again believers in Christ,
yet there are many false churches. So why do you think it's so wrong to teach
that there is one true Bible, yet many false "bibles"?
Isn't it true that you believe God inspired
His holy words in the "originals," but has since lost them,
since no one has a perfect Bible today?
Isn't it true that when you use the term "the
Greek text" you are being deceitful and lying, since there are MANY Greek
TEXTS (plural), rather than just one?
Before the first new perversion was
published in 1881 (the RV), the King James Bible was published, preached, and
taught throughout the world. God blessed these efforts and hundreds of millions
were saved. Today, with the many new translations on the market, very few are
being saved. The great revivals are over. Who has gained the most from the new
versions, God or Satan?
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