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 Post subject: Re: Which KJV is Preserved?
PostPosted: Mon Sep 05, 2016 11:35 am 
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Soldier4Christ wrote:
There are some "counterfeit" KJV Bibles out there too though, I hear. Not everything King James is genuine, just like Christ said not everyone who saith Lord, Lord shall enter the kingdom of heaven. The Oxford has some variations from the Cambridge also.

Variations due to a few spelling and printer's issues do not add up to "counterfeit" KJV Bibles. Did you read the article I gave you yesterday?

If you want to see a "counterfeit KJV," that would be a NKJV --->

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 Post subject: Re: Which KJV is Preserved?
PostPosted: Mon Sep 05, 2016 12:40 pm 
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It's a lengthy read, but I should check it out. Thanks.

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 Post subject: Re: Which KJV is Preserved?
PostPosted: Mon Sep 05, 2016 1:13 pm 
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PeanutGallery wrote:
Faith comes by hearing; which of the KJBs sound different?
The ones read by Ephraimites sound different than ones read by Gileadites. I assume the ones read by Gileadites are the correct ones as the Ephraimites mispronounce the biblical word "Shibboleth". (Judges 12:6)

Personally, I would avoid any Bible read by a New Englander. The KJV doesn't sound right with a Bostonian accent.

(Seriously, I think it's a good point, font and presentation changes, standardization of spelling, and such don't make the Bible full of errors any more than accents and mispronunciations. Complete rephrasings, additions, omissions, and such of the modern versions which change the meaning, and even the cadence and beauty, are a whole different matter.)


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