"O Foolish Galatians, who hath bewitched you, that ye should not obey the truth , before whose eyes Jesus Christ hath been evidently set forth, crucified among you?" Gal. 3:1 KJV Please notice the above quote, and especially the part I emboldened. As far as we can tell, the only other version to include this important part of the passage is the NKJV. My husband and I checked NIV, TNLB, and NASB. As my husband was studying for his sermon last week (he is preaching through Galatians), he noticed that the passage did not make sense in the Greek. The thought was incomplete; the sentence not flowing or clear. That is because he was not using the Greek Textus Receptus. Then he checked another Greek NT that was TR. In the Greek the emboldened part is present in the Textus Receptus, but not in the Vaticinus or Sinaticus. This is another example that those translations based upon anything other than Textus Receptus are errant and should at best only be used as a point of reference; not as solid Gospel truth. On his website Henry Morris wrote a good defense of the Textus Receptus, citing the errors and problems of trusting the V & S. As I put it bluntly to someone once, "Would you rather trust the testimony of 500 upright citizens who all speak the same thing (Textus Receptus), or 2 thugs (Vaticanus & Sinaticus) who cannot even agree with one another?!" We would rather trust the 500! We do not condemn people who use other versions, but we warn them that they are not getting the entire Scripture if they only use other versions.