Does the reading of the KJV1769 in 1 Cor 12:3 change the nature of the Holy Ghost fro

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Does the reading change the nature of the Holy Ghost?

  1. Yes, the captial 'H' changes the nature of the Holy Ghost

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  2. No, both the KJV1611 and the KJV1769 mean the same

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    Does the reading of the KJV1769 in 1 Cor 12:3 change the nature of the Holy Ghost from the KJV1611??

    Yes, the captial 'H' changes the nature of the Holy Ghost
    No, both the KJV1611 and the KJV1769 mean the same
    Don't know, don't care, etc.

    1Co 12:3 (KJV1611 Edition from e-Sword.com):
    Wherefore I giue you to vnderstand, that no man speaking
    by the spirit of God, calleth Iesus accursed:
    and that no man can say that Iesus is the Lord,
    but by the holy Ghost.

    1Co 12:3 (KJV1769 Edition, from Crosswalk.com ):
    Wherefore I give you to understand, that no man speaking
    by the Spirit of God calleth Jesus accursed: F41
    and that no man can say that Jesus is the Lord,
    but by the Holy Ghost.

    FOOTNOTES:
    F41: accursed: or, anathema
     
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