In a recently closed thread it was stated that for someone using the KJV they should not reject 1 John 5:7. Well, no one using other translations rejects verses 7 and 8 of the chapter --just the additions by the TR. The poster had gone on to say that a KJV'er should accept the wording of the KJV here as "part and parcel of the Bible that he puts his faith in. Otherwise how can he have faith in the word, since by his own admission he has not much knowledge of the Greek." Well, no again. The truth of the Trinity is contained in other parts of the Scripture. There is no need to rely on a man-made tradition. There is no excuse for ignorance --especially when knowledge is so accessible these days. The poster related that "the fact that such a verse got into the Bible and has not been edited out speak[sic] to its veracity." An emphatic no. And what is this business of editing it out? Retaining all the errors of additions and deletions contained in the KJV and sister translations is just following man-made traditions. Just because mistakes have been allowed in the KJV and like versions is no legitimate reason for retention of error. It certainly is no witness for veracity --just a fondness for keeping a man-made tradition. Your thoughts?