I'm putting this here because it's more about the doctrines of inspiration and inerrancy rather than Bible Versions/Translations. I'm basing the OP's statement on the Greek word for the "inspiration" of Scripture in 2 Tim. 3:16, which is theopneustos, literally "God-Breathed," as is well known. I believe that if God breathed it out (metaphorically, of course), then Scripture is perfect, therefore inerrant in the original manuscripts. In his thread on inspiration placed in the Bible Translations forums, Archie the Preacher said this: Frankly, I want to think there are many of us, the majority even, here on the BB who hold to inerrancy in the originals, thus this thread and the accompanying poll. So the main purpose of the poll is for information, but I'm sure people will fuss about it. :saint: I won't be able to post much at this time, with the weekend coming, but I will as I can. I just want to know what you think. What say ye?