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According to Adriel I guess I'm serving Satan, and Adriel I think you proved my point quite nicely, you make the KJV to be the ultimate standard to test all other versions and even my orthodoxy, if you honestly think that I'm trying to cause others to doubt God's word, then according to you, I'm serving Satan...Actually re-reading your statement it could mean it serves the goal of Satan...can you clarify that, because I want to accurately represent you, what exactly did you mean?

And your argument has some blatant weaknesses in it, and IE I actually think you should've corrected Adriel, here's the weaknesses in the argument:

you never identify the KJV you're talking about, you dismiss the idea that the translators didn't include a Greek rule and thus translating passages incorrectly, therefore it seems you'd like to have a bible that has errors in it, in regards to the Greek rule, you also dismiss the question whether or not updating spelling would be adding/correcting the Word of God.

What I'm afraid of is that if you were to present this argument to someone who is...an atheist, I'll just use that, if he knew logic well, he'd have a field day with your arguments, I don't want you to go through that, so I recommend you not use the argument.

And I must ask you a que


News Item11/18/17 8:56 PM
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I'm sorry I don't meet up to your standards ie, but I guess it should be real easy for you to show me how foolish I am regarding this topic, I mean if I don't know the basics it should be real easy for you to show me how I'm wrong.

People will see how you've taken my words out of context, and see how you've built an argument on your incorrect citation, I really don't know what point you're trying to make by doing so and by ignoring my arguments, it certainly does prove my assumption about inaccurate citation of most KJV only people; the argument was not whether Erasmus was conservative or not, it was based, on Adriel' s assumption concerning godly Erasmus and if a liberal can produce a proper translation, and I think you missed it and based a false argument against me that actually proves a couple of the points I made earlier.

" Not honest to disparage a man you've never read." I don't think I ever did, show me where I did and we'll talk about it, but for now I think you're either mistaken or you're lying.

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Regarding your second question, I'd say a great deal of manuscripts were burned, I don't think I'd use the word innumerable because it could be taken out of context, I don't have an exact number of how many manuscripts were burned, and neither do you, so I guess it could be "innumerable" since we can't put a number on it

but they did have to be "replaced" in the sense that people had to translate more, and there's always been a large demand for more copies of the original, as far as all provinces, I don't know, wasn't there, but it's likely to be true if Christians lived in all the provinces.

" It is supremely important to have faith in God, both for our salvation and for believing that He has kept and preserved His words throughout every generation as He promised to do." I agree 100% but the KJV wasn't what Paul wrote, and the KJV translators missed a Greek rule, not of any fault of their own, it just hadn't been discovered.

"If you cannot believe God has kept His promise to preserve His words, then how can He keep you?" Well, I believe God has preserved His word. No one has given a response to my previous questions, which is a bummer, and I don't think it's right for you to mention parts of what I say like,

" cannot translate the Bible" " Erasmus" not answer my ques


News Item11/18/17 1:04 PM
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I think you demonstrated my argument quite clearly, you're ultimate standard to test all other versions is the KJV, I don't know which KJV you trust, there's more than just 1 KJV, furthermore I don't know which TR you trust,

I've never heard of Kurt Aland, and your question/statement doesn't really make sense, are you asking me if I believe Mr. Aland can do a better translation than Erasmus? If that's your question, I would have to say, I don't know, since I've never heard of the man, I'm going to have to reserve judgment.

"1 Connor be honest" well, I don't know what gave you the indication that I'll lie, my honest answer is no, there's a plethora of books to read, and I don't have the funds to buy half the books I wanted to buy for next year (yes, I have a book schedule)

But I know that Erasmus was on Rome's side concerning free will, and a number of people on here call "free will theology" as a heresy and false gospel, so I guess the question could be posed to you, could Erasmus translate the Bible (perfectly so to speak), with his bias in regards to free will?

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News Item11/18/17 2:04 AM
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Hmm, it seems that Jim cannot work up the intellect or courage to debate someone who was homeschooled, maybe it's because I utilize something called logic...plus the fact that I've slaughtered him on every controversial discourse we've had.

News Item11/17/17 9:29 PM
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I'm arguing that if the presupposition is that a Catholic priest cannot translate the Bible, then that is a blow to the KJVonly camp because of Erasmus. There are 31 TRs, you can't say, "This is the TR" because of the revisions and stuff.

Ironically, since the KJV was updated and revised (for lack of better term), in the 1700's, which KJV Bible was/is the pure KJV?

Here's some of Gail Riplinger's clips for those who recommend avpublication:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WNyH5A_OZs8

Here's the debate with Dr. James White and Gail Riplinger, you can skip to 7:47 when Dr. White and Riplinger interact, and when Gail makes some outstanding claims:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UenzoYbq49M

Here's Eric Hovind and Dr. White talking about the KJV:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vyiqgkqE7sw


News Item11/17/17 4:49 PM
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" Modern versions do not even come close to this fact."

How do you know? Did God tell you of that? And actually your argument does not follow logically, are you saying that a Roman Catholic priest cannot produce a good translation?

And if I were to update the KJV with modern " spelling and vernacular." would it still be God's word?


News Item11/17/17 2:29 PM
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@Dave, not trying to be rude, I hope everything is going well with you, I am just in a rush today.

Adriel, Gail misrepresented numerous amounts of things and people, the very thing you accuse of the New Versions of, she does. And I think one of my arguments is valid, the KJV needs to be updated for spelling and vernacular.

And you haven't dealt with Erasmus, or my other arguments.


News Item11/17/17 2:04 PM
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If the NASB and all reasonable modern versions are Vatican bibles, it doesn't mean anything in one sense because the translation was done by conservative, God fearing people.

And I think that the KJV needs to be updated, the word "meat" has changed, the word "meat" is used to convey "meat" and "food" now it'll confuse the average reader, also the "eth" at the end of a word (like knoweth, believeth, etc.) should be updated to just "s" (knows, believes, etc.) Hopefully we can agree with that. The word "ass" should be changed to "donkey"

Have to go.


News Item11/17/17 1:49 PM
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And I actually really don't trust the majority of KJV apologists to be accurate in their citations, Gail is a great example of not giving proper citations, also Ruckmen, Gipp, Moorman, Chick, etc. etc.

The problem is that, to prove the KJV bible is the inspired word of God, a lot of KJVonlyist use the KJV to be the standard to which all bibles are accountable to...that's circular reasoning, I know that not all KJVonlyist use that argument, but at least condemn the argument for being silly.

I think we can agree that Anderson murders logic every time he makes an argument, but some arguments he used, is used by KJVonlyist. Your argument concerning "Vatican versions" can be easily used against you, because your argument rests on the idea that the Catholic church cannot be trusted in any area...which is simply not the case, in fact, the very manuscript for the TR was done by Erasmus, a Roman Catholic priest. Cont..


News Item11/17/17 12:10 AM
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Dr. Michael Brown had an excellent talk on this topic on his show, "The Line of Fire" and Dr. James White has debated many KJVonlyist, "Pastor" Steven Anderson and James White talked about this issue and I recommend you check that out on YouTube.

The KJV is a good English translation, it has been used for 400+ years, but it's simply that, just a translation, the KJV translates some Greek parts incorrectly because it did not follow Granville Sharp's rule, and the reason why they didn't follow the rule is because it hadn't been discovered.

The problem I have found is that the KJV camp uses the KJV bible as if it were the original autographs, but it's not, the translators of the KJV would never take the position that their translation of the Bible is the standard to which all other bibles are to be tested.

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News Item11/16/17 1:25 PM
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Ha!

News Item11/16/17 1:52 AM
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It's creepy, Chris keeps on sending me pictures of his doll collection, his most recent one is an Austrian doll, Chris says he's saving up money for the accessories: A donkey and a jar of Vegemite.

News Item11/15/17 1:32 AM
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@Jim, you said, " Homeschooling is somewhat connected to this problem teenage predation." Well any person who is at least somewhat familiar with argumentation will observe that you didn't give a foundation for your argument, document proof for your argument, nor did you tell us why it was wrong.

Secondly, you mentioned your former pastor, and you want to make it seem that his opinion applies to all pastors, that blows my mind. I know a couple who is homeschooling their children and they are teaching them biblical Greek,

my parents are homeschooling my younger siblings and they're learning Spanish and drawing (they're getting pretty good) two of my sisters are learning piano and my brother is learning violin. I will teach my afore brother the course, "Worldviews in Conflict" and a logic course. (Which you'd never get in a public school in California.

Yes people don't do homeschooling correctly, but there are plenty of people who do it correctly and they are learning more than what you'd get in a public school. And if I may be so bold as to say that the government has no right to have public schools.


News Item11/10/17 11:52 PM
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I've really been considering the alcohol issue, and we have to ask the question, "Is it alcoholic wine that God commands throughout scripture, or non-alcoholic wine?"

On a separate note, there has been many natural remedies put into practice, apricot seeds, kegan water, certain vitamins, etc. And some artificial means as well, chemotherapy being the chief therapy. I know a couple who have had cancer, and even some who have died of cancer.

I don't think it's sinful to use chemotherapy, however I do think that incorporating some of the natural ways with the artificial way, might be a good idea. If you take vitamins, make sure you drink mineral water, it helps your body absorb the vitamins. San Pellegrino is a good mineral water, both in taste and effectiveness.


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I've engaged in Mr. Wells' popular idea and time traveled to the future to see what our American society will be like, and here are my findings:

Freedom: You have the right to obey the government

Slavery: You have to obey God

Peace: Rest assured that the government is watching & protecting you.

Also, I found that voting was done away with, the government knew what the people wanted. Also, I noticed that all teachers, educators and philosophers were in agreement that communism was superior than capitalism.

And lastly, I saw the strangest thing, the children were teaching the parents on how to raise them, furthermore there seemed to be a scarcity in population, I didn't see any elderly people, as a matter of fact, I was told that the US was the healthiest country, there were no people with chronic illnesses, nor of cancer, nor autistic, or the like.


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Concerning Jim's argument, I've found higher levels of orthodoxy in bacon wrapped asparagus. Jim said " the fact that govt. isn't to be the moral police, but concentrate on secular matters!"

So, you're saying that the gov. should outlaw feeding babies into woodchippers, beating the elderly to death, s*x trafficking, slavery, public nudity, robbery, murder, counterfeit, torturing children, etc etc? Is that what you're saying?

The gov. Isn't to birth new morals that are apart from the revelation of God, as Regan said it, "our natural inalienable rights have become a dispensation of government." When a government takes the role of God, communism is the only path to tread, "ye shall be as gods"

The role of the gov. is to uphold God's law, to punish evildoers, and to defend the citizens. I would love to hear your definition of "secular matters" can you give a few examples of that?


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@Need Him

I did not generalize Daniel 4, if so, show me where I did, I cited Daniel 4 as a piece of evidence that God has the right to change someone's will. I agree, Daniel 4 is an interesting passage, but it's a piece of evidence, other pieces of evidence are Pharaoh's heart being hardened, Joseph's brothers, Edom, etc.

Also, Michael believes that Jesus died for everyone, yet he denies universalism, I had a discussion with him on a past thread, and he really didn't defend his position quite well.


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@Need Him

I did not generalize Daniel 4, if so, show me where I did, I cited Daniel 4 as a piece of evidence that God has the right to change someone's will. I agree, Daniel 4 is an interesting passage, but it's a piece of evidence, other pieces of evidence are Pharaoh's heart being hardened, Joseph's brothers, Edom, etc.

Also, Michael believes that Jesus died for everyone, yet he denies universalism, I had a discussion with him on a past thread, and he really didn't defend his position quite well.

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