In his article "King James and Other Versions," George Gunn (M.Div., Professor of Biblical Languages, Shasta Bible College) compares several Bible translations in regard to their treatment of Jesus' deity. He uses 8 NT verses (John 1:1, 18; Acts 20:28; Romans 9:5; 2 Thessalonians 1:12; Titus 2:13; Hebrews 1:8 and 2 Peter 1:1) to rate Bible translations as to how they stand on Jesus' deity. The translation with the lowest rating is the NWT, teaching Jesus' deity in 0 of the 8 verses (surprised?). The translations with the highest rating (7) are the NASB and the NIV. Here's how Gunn rates a few translations: KJV 4; RV 6; RSV 4; NEB 4; Moffat 1; Goodspeed 3; TEV 5; NIV 7; MLB 6; NWT 0; and NASB 7. For more information see the web page at http://www.shasta.edu/articles/gunn/kingjames.asp. While many KJVOs falsely claim modern translations deny Jesus' deity, the truth is that some modern translations are stronger on His deity than the KJV.