Jude 1:25-Hey, Jude!

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  1. robycop3

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    Will Kinney likes to compare verses between versions and say, "This version takes away, deletes, or alters God's words as found in the perfect, inerrant KJV..."

    Michelle likes to say all other versions have subtracted from God's words. But let's look at one little example of comparing the KJV's words with that of some other versions to see the KJV does the same thing its Onlyist advocates accuse other versions of doing.

    Jude 1:25, KJV, 1769 Edition:"To the only wise God our Savior, be glory and majesty, dominion and power, both now and ever. Amen."

    same verse, NASB:To the only God our Savior, through Jesus Christ our Lord, be glory, majesty, dominion and authority, before all time and now and forever. Amen.

    Several other MVs such as the NIV read similar to the NASB, not having the word "wise", but including "through Jesus Christ our Lord" & "before all time". The NKJV& YLT read similar to the KJV.

    The KJVO defense is manuscript differences. However, this is clearly a case where the KJV rendering is less-honoring to JESUS. Let's see how the KJVOs like having a type of their own argument used against their myth. Or, will we smell a DOUBLE STANDARD at work in their camp again?
     
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    Actually I think that the NASB takes away the deity of Jesus. In the KJB we see "God our Saviour" were in the NASB they seem to separate the two. I would use 1 John 5:7 but the modernist attack that verse as well.
     
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    Just like the KJV does in Titus 2. You are between a rock and a hard place ... or you can just be inconsistent as you are here. Only in KJVOnlyland can you play on both sides of the fence ...
     
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    Homebound:Actually I think that the NASB takes away the deity of Jesus. In the KJB we see "God our Saviour" were in the NASB they seem to separate the two. I would use 1 John 5:7 but the modernist attack that verse as well.

    Sorry, Sir, that won't work. Jesus is God, but so are His Father and the Holy Spirit. The Oneness Pentecostals believe the false doctrine that there's only one God-Being who changes into each of the Holy Trinity as necessary, in the face of the Scriptures of each Gospel which describes the manifestation of each Member of the HT at Jesus' baptism. And God has given Jesus all authority in the matter of salvation and judgment.
     
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    1 John 5:7 For there are three that bear record in heaven, the Father, the Word, and the Holy Ghost: and these three are one.

    Three persons, one spirit, this is my stance.
     
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    Ok, Homebound, we all agree in the Trinity.

    Now what about the verse listed. Is it taking away from the Diety or Christ to omit the phrases in the KJV? If not, Why?

    I smell a Double standard coming on.
     

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