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Discussion in 'Bible Versions/Translations' started by Jordan Kurecki, Dec 23, 2014.
Except whether or not the KJV translators may have occasionally chosen some wrong readings?
Charlatans are easy to spot. We believe the original manuscripts were inerrant, but we also believe the copies we have are reliable, trustworthy, and our final authority for faith and practice. Thus we refer to even the translations of copies to be scripture, just as Jesus indicated.
Ask questions like, Did God ever say the KJV is inspired and inerrant? Nope To claim it is is to add to scripture.
Questions do not determine nor establish truth.
Questions can be invalid or improper when they merely assume as true underlying premises that have not actually be demonstrated to be true.
Questions that in effect depend upon fallacies such as the fallacy of begging the question would be invalid and would provide no sound basis for KJV-only opinions.