OT document study often gets overlooked in the rush of some on the BB to condemn anything not AV. Just reading Isaiah (1a) from the Dead Sea Scrolls. We have thousands of Jewish OT scrolls in Hebrew, copies of copies of copies of Tanach. We have hundreds of Masoretic Text OT in Hebrew, from which most of our English versions are translated. These date back to 1000 AD (think "crusades") We have only a few Dead Sea Scroll OT in Hebrew, but these few date from the time of Christ or before. We also have a variety of sources of the LXX (OT in Greek). So which of these source groups has the "weight of evidence" when there is a slight variation between them - say a word added or omitted? Weight of evidence doesn't come from how MANY documents. Obviously, the newer-dated material would be more numerous, not having suffered the rigors of time. How do YOU judge the evidence?