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Discussion in '2004 Archive' started by Jesus is Lord, Apr 22, 2004.
You can find it here .
What do you say?
Six minute commercial using popular authors who I am sure didn't do it for free!?
I think their choice of words is interesting. The video contains thoughts like (not a direct quote, but close): "When you see the letters NKJV, you know you have the inerrant, infallible and inspired Word of God in your hands."
And such a claim, made by every Bible printer I can think of, is wrong?
I've read it (the NKJV--not the commercial ) cover to cover. If the video indeed says what you say it says, then it sounds like a correct statement to me.
It is indeed The Word of God---no complaints here.
Of course, it is the Word of God. But what do you indicate when you say: "When you read the letters NKJV you know it´s the inerrant, infallible..."?
The same as when I hear the letters "KJV" or "ESV" that I have the inerrant, infallible Word of God. What do you think I mean?