We affirm that "all SCRIPTURE is given by inspiration of God . . . " God inspired (breathed His Words) writers to pen the exact chosen Words and record them for mankind. On this we would agree. 1. Did God "re-inspire" Scriptures that were copies, making changes, corrections, addendums or deletions? 2. Did God "re-inspire" Scriptures that were translations into other languages from said originals or copies? 3. Did God "re-inspire" some English translations and not others? At the heart of the matter, of course, is the changing of the first fundamental of the faith (Niagara Conference) to include ONLY the AV1611. If "Scripture" now includes translations like the AV1611, and all "Scripture" is God-breathed, then is the AV1611 God breathed, perfect, unchangeable, etc?