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  1. Askjo

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    You know very well about the KJV onlyists, but let me ask you, how many groups of the KJV onlyists do we have?
     
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    just two, the quick n the dead [​IMG]
     
  3. Askjo

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    just two, the quick n the dead [​IMG] </font>[/QUOTE]More than two. I will tell you more about it later. [​IMG]
     
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    Many people called many defenders of the KJV, "KJV only," "KJV onlyism" and "KJV onlyists." However you look at the word, "only." Look it up in a dictionary. There are 3 groups of KJV defenders.

    1. The KJV only refers to that the KJV is superior to the Hebrew and Greek texts because the KJV defenders said that the KJV corrected them.

    2. The KJV only refers to that there is no translation in Russian, Spainish, Japanese or any other language in the world. This means that any foreigners from their own country out of the USA MUST read the English Bible, the KJV.

    3. The KJV only refers to the Hebrew (including Aramaic) and Greek texts that underline the KJV. The KJV is the most accurate translation available in English language today. This view does not use "only" in the literal sense of
    "solely and exclusively." Non-English speaking people use accurate translations in their own language.
     
  5. Pioneer

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    I am an independent, fundamental Baptist that stands fully and solely upon the King James Bible (AV 1611) as the perfect word of God in the English language and I accept it as my final authority in all matters of faith and practice.

    I reject all modern English bibles (and their multi-lingual counterparts) that have been produced from 1881 to the present because they have been polluted by the Westcott and Hort textual theory and contain readings that are contrary to the true word of God (and at times are blasphemous in their wording).
     
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    Hi,

    Just out of curiosity, and with all due respect, was there no perfect word of God prior to 1611?
     
  7. Pioneer

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    Psalms 12:6, "The words of the LORD are pure words: as silver tried in a furnace of earth, purified seven times."
     
  8. Askjo

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    I am curious to ask you, which group of KJV onlyists are you? 1? or 2? or 3?
     
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    Amen, Brother Pioneer -- Preach it!

    Once again I request you cite the source of
    your scripture. There are lot of inerrant,
    pure, perfect Bibles in English. I need to
    check out scriptures quoted though, for some
    (not Brother Pioneer) are prone to mistate
    the true written word of God.

    Psalms 12:6 (KJV1769):
    The words of the LORD are pure words:
    as silver tried in a furnace of earth,
    purified seven times.

    Psalms 12:6 (KJV1873):
    The words of the LORD are pure words:
    as silver tried in a furnace of earth,
    purified seven times.

    Pfalmes XII:6 (KJV1611):
    The wordes of the LORD are pure wordes:
    as siuer tried in a fornace of earth
    purified seuen times.

    Psalms 12:6 (nKJV):
    The words of the LORD are pure words,
    Like silver tried in a furnace of earth,
    Purified seven times.

    I note that my three KJV sources disagree
    with each other and with the citation
    by Pioneer. I note the MV agrees with
    the four KJV sources in substance. I can
    only conclude that the nKJV contains
    the Holy Written Word of God
    (not to be confused with the Living
    Word of God: Messiah Yeshua). [​IMG]
     
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    Yes,it was all over Europe;Waldenses,ect..
     
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    Yes,it was all over Europe;Waldenses,ect.. </font>[/QUOTE]Can you list some specific versions so we can compare them to the versions we have now?

    Also, if there were perfect Bibles all over Europe then what made the KJV, Tyndale's, Wycliffe, etc. necessary? I mean, if the perfect already exists why not just find it rather than creating a whole new work?
     
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    Scott, stop it. If you use logic and your brain, you are going to get this thread closed. Inevitably, the KJVO will respond with their rhetoric and that will be the end.
     

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