For those of you who have a NIV Bible [edited - c4k] I would like to point out an error that you need to know about. We all know and are familiar with the biblical account of David and Goliath, and it is truly an uplifting historical account of Gods deliverance through the faith of young David it is truly a beautiful portion of the word of God, but I would like to show you what the NIV does with it. If you have your NIV Bible [edited- c4k] please open it to (1 Sam17:51) this verse plainly states that David killed Goliath doesn't it? Yes it does. Now turn to (1Chr 20:5) this verse tells us that Elhanan son of Jair killed Lahmi the brother of Goliath, and this is very true,but we run into a problem when we look at our next passage(2 Sam 21:19)This verse tells us that Elhanan son of Jaare Oregin the Bethlehemite actually killed Goliath. Hmmm I thought David killed Goliath. Well I guess my old KJV has to many errors in it maybe I'll throw it away and get me a NIV. I don't think so friends. This is a plain contradiction in the NIV what are you going to do about it when that atheist throws this one in your face. I believe I'll stick with old faithful the AV 1611 King James bible. Casting doubts on a Bible translation by putting the word "Bible" in quotation marks violates the spirit of Baptist Board rules.