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Discussion in 'Bible Versions & Translations' started by StephenUSAFVet, Mar 29, 2021.

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  1. Logos1560

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    Perhaps it is your human, non-scriptural KJV-only reasoning which would in effect reject the supernatural element involved in preserving and translating the word of God since you contradict scriptural truth in suggesting that God shows partiality to one exclusive group of biased Church of England critics in 1611.

    KJV-only advocates indicate that they may be more often humanistic scholars than those Bible believers who apply scriptural truths consistently and justly. KJV-only advocates do not demonstrate that they hold to any consistent, sound view of Bible inspiration and Bible preservation. You have presented no positive, clear, consistent, sound, scriptural case for your own subjective non-scriptural KJV-only opinions. You present no scriptural case for trying to suggest that God was supposedly more involved in Bible translating in 1611 than He was before 1611 in the pre-1611 English Bibles and than He was after 1611 in post-1611 English Bibles. Does KJV-only reasoning attempt to limit and bind God's involvement to one period of time and to one language?

    You do not prove that Bible believers who disagree with human, non-scriptural KJV-only teaching are rejecting the supernatural element so your allegation could be considered to bear false witness against them.
     
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  2. Yeshua1

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    Its fostered and spread around by those who see one certain translation as being only one to have and use!
     
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    Again, your assumption is that the Kjv had the preferred rendering each time!
     
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    Both state Jesus is God though!
     
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    Think that a Formal translation such as the Kjv/Nkjv/Nas would be best for serious studies!
     
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    Ole J Vernon many times would give to us his translation of a passage, as he was not KJVO!
     
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    Yes, as there are certain words used to translate in the Kjv that have no known source text used!
     
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    I VERY much doubt that those involved in translating the Nkjv/Nas/esv would deny the supernatural aspect of inspiration of the originals!
     
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    Posted by one who has succumbed to the false KJVO myth, & who can't support that myth with Scripture.
     
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    Why is it necessary to turn a BB member's personal question into one more extended argument about the King James translation? Why not answer his questions and move on? We can do the debating in all the other threads that are intended for that purpose, of which we have plenty.
     
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    Thank you!


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    Really enjoyed the second video George and this morning, I read and studied my KJV while drinking an Alexandrian cup of coffee... Brother Glen:Thumbsup
     
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    The member asked a question. Has it been answered yet?
     
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    Think that we can do well using different translation, but the formal ones such as Kjv/Nkjv/Nas /Esv would be the primary ones to be using!
     
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    Thank you all for your responses. I am pretty sure my question has been answered, as some of you have relayed you also deal with the struggle that I described. The last thing I want is to post and cause a debate regarding translations, or further fuel a divide amongst believers. Satan does a good enough job at causing confusion. Those who side with KJV-only, as well as those who don’t, are both strong and confident in their beliefs and opinions to support their views. I think further attacking someone based on their held view isn’t edifying. Neither you nor I will change someone’s mind on this thread or elsewhere. We have to leave it to the Holy Spirit to guide, convict, and solidify what is Truth.


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    Since the question has been answered, the thread is closed..
     
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