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Jim Lincoln wrote: A homosexual authorized the King James Version which means the god of this world authorized it
That is deception, a lie, to say that King James was homosexual. Untrue!!
You certainly have no proof of this being the case and the only reason you use it is because you seek to uphold modern versions over the KJV. That makes your reasons even more of deception. The person who is serving the god of this world, Satan is you Jim. I pray that God may forgive you the blasphemies which you maintain and post.
As King James Bible users we simply point to the fact that God obviously used the KJV for hundreds of years. Whereas the sad case of the modern versionists is that they must use a lie, to support their lost cause, to attack the Bible God used and indeed still uses.
At least the KJV user has a good cause to use this version, God used it when no other version was increased in popular usage over so many years. God obviously preferred the KJV.
Jim Lincoln wrote: a] The NIV 1984 version or earlier! which of course is much superior to AV.
b] Older doesn't mean better and in the AV's case, much worse than many modern versions!
a] Good joke Jim.
b] Age is not the problem Jim. Its more that most intellegent Christians recognise that a version such as NIV/NASB etc which required the input of Liberal Anglican heresy and popish doctrine sympathies are not God's Holy Word, nor obviously, the Bible most accurate available.
Now the KING JAMES VERSION OF the Word of God is proven by GOD Himself over four hundred years of use and did not use a couple of heretics in its production like your modern versions did.
I pray that the Lord will lead you to His Holy Bible KJV.
"Matthew 13:51 KJV "Jesus saith unto them, Have ye understood all these things? They say unto Him, Yea, Lord."
NASB ""Have you understood all these things?" They said to Him, "Yes.""
NASB leaves out 'Jesus saith unto them' and 'Lord.' This is trying to do away with the divinity of Jesus and His Lordship."
Question is of course WHY does the NASB change the Bible at this verse? - Why did the NASB editors change anything in Scripture?