Heb 1:6, "And again, when he bringeth in the firstbegotten into the world, he saith, and let all the angels of God worship him. QUESTION: Where did God say, "and let all the angels of God worship him?" ANSWER: Deut. 32:43 Look it up in a KJV. What it's not there? Oh, that's right, the KJV uses the Masoretic text. It is only found in the LXX, or the Dead Sea Scrolls. Now look up both passages in a NIV. Read the footnotes. There, you learned something. The LXX and the DSS, both say in Deut. "Rejoice o nations, with his people and let all the angels worship him for he will avenge the blood of his servents." The KJV deleted this phrase. What? Is the KJV taking away from the Word of God? You may say, "but it shouldn't have been there, that they are not God's words." WEll, in that case you disagree with the Writer of Hebrews when he says that God said it! The phrase according to the Hebrew's Writer is part of God's word. Sooooo, The KJV takes away a part of God's words. This is proof that the writer of Hebrews considered other texts besides the Massoretic text to be God's words. (The LXX, Dead Sea Scrlls, or something else?) BTW the NLT actually includes the phrase in the text of Deut. 32:43. Way to go NLT, you actually are better than the KJV in this verse.