I would like to share with some of my [inflammatory comment snipped] brothers and sisters another NIV error. Yes thats right another one. Please turn in your NIV bible to (Mark1:1-2) You will find that the gospel of Mark opens with scripture from the Old Testament being used to introduce us to John the Baptist. Both verse 1 and 2 are quotations from Old Testament but where. Verse number 1 is a quote from the book of Malachi chapter 3:1 and verse 2 is a quote from Isaiah chapter 40 verse 3. In the AV 1611 KJV we find that these quotations are referred to as being written by the "prophets" being plural which is correct. Unfortunately in the NIV Bible [corrected to resolve an attack on the Bible] these quotations are referred to as being "written in the prophet Isaiah". Now which is it. We know that these two verses are obviously from two different prophets, but in the NIV it is said to be written by only the prophet Isaiah. Again we have another attack upon the accuracy of the Word of God made by a [corrected to resolve an attack on the Bible] Bible.