The point of this thread is not to prove one version is better than another version. It is not a place to just copy and paste the same stuff that typically gets posted. I'm asking a very specific question that kjv only advocates have failed to answer so far for me. What doctrinal differences are there in the KJV and the main modern versions. I'm speaking of the NKJV, NIV, NASB, HCSB, ESV. I'm NOT asking where one verse that is doctrinal is different. Obviously we are going to have those in the different translations. And example would be the NWT and the deity of Christ. You look and the verses on the deity of Christ are not teaching the deity of Christ in the NWT. The NIV, NASB, NKJV, HCSB and the ESV ALL teach the deity of Christ. I hear Christians sometimes say that the reason one has a false doctrine is because he uses a modern version of the Bible. Is their any truth to that? Do the modern versions teach false doctrine? I don't think so. I haven't seen anything different as far as doctrine in the different versions. Obviously, you have the textual variant of I Timothy 3:16 and John 1:18. But the KJV isn't deny the deity of Christ by having "Son" instead of "God" In John 1 just like the modern versions are not denying the deity of Christ by having "who" instead of "God" in I Timothy 3. Both teach the deity very well. Yes, some better than others, but that's not the point of this thread.