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There can not be two words of God. Currently we have thousands that claim to be the word of God. If one word changes, or gets left out or added to, then how can it remain the word of God?

The KJV is the Word of God, so this thread is set up as a challenge to anyone who believes that another scripture or translation is actually the word of God and describe how God's Spirit make you believe this and by which verses or content you can show this by please?

So if the KJV is the true word of God then all the others must be corrupted by man to deceive. Anyone believe the NIV, RSV, NKJV, ESV, ASV, or any other translation or indeed any other scripture entirely, to be the word of God and why do you believe that?

KJB vs the rest................
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So if the KJV is the true word of God then all the others must be corrupted by man to deceive.
Including the original language versions?
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If one word changes, or gets left out or added to, then how can it remain the word of God?
And that is why there is no true bible
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Including the original language versions?
Where are they and how do believe the KJV has not come from the original texts? Have you read the KJV?
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And that is why there is no true bible
Explain
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Where are they and how do believe the KJV has not come from the original texts? Have you read the KJV?
How is their whereabouts relevant? I have read it, but, again, that is hardly relevant to whether your claim is valid.

For your claim to be valid you would have to start off by proving that your god exists (impossible), then that the scriptures are not just man-made fairy tales, poems, histories, propaganda and laws (which is what they almost certainly are) and then that your translation somehow has more validity with any other or the original language versions.

Good luck with all that.
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How is their whereabouts relevant? I have read it, but, again, that is hardly relevant to whether your claim is valid.

For your claim to be valid you would have to start off by proving that your god exists (impossible), then that the scriptures are not just man-made fairy tales, poems, histories, propaganda and laws (which is what they almost certainly are) and then that your translation somehow has more validity with any other or the original language versions.

Good luck with all that.
Wait a sec, so you don't even believe in God? What are you even doing in a thread about which scripture is the true scripture if you don't even believe in God? This thread isn't about whether God exists, there are plenty of other threads for that.
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What are you even doing in a thread about which scripture is the true scripture if you don't even believe in God?
Debating. Like you. I have stated in a straightforward way what you will have to show. Even if we take the existence of your deity as a given you still have a lot of work to do to show that a translated work is more valid than its original.
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If one word changes, or gets left out or added to, then how can it remain the word of God?
So are you asserting that the very first Bible was not written in Hebrew or Arabic?
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And to those who post threads like this on TSR, ye shall be brought before the Lord
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Debating. Like you. I have stated in a straightforward way what you will have to show. Even if we take the existence of your deity as a given you still have a lot of work to do to show that a translated work is more valid than its original.
Thing is though mate, this is how literature works, it gets copied and then reproduced on mass. You don't get queues of people outside of JK Rowlings house because they want to read the original of Harry Potter do you?
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The original texts were either in Hebrew, Aramaic, or Greek, depending on the book. So the KJV is not the original Bible. I use the NIV or the Good News Bible because they're in English that I can easily understand. To me, as long as the translation is reputable, I don't mind which translation you use because the meaning is what really matters.
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So are you asserting that the very first Bible was not written in Hebrew or Arabic?
The very first scripture was written in whichever writing that God's people (Moses) used, which we do not possess. When Jesus was reading from Isaiah, did the words on the scroll He was reading from, come from the literal hand of Isaiah, or would it have been a translation?
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Right but by definition, a translation will most assuredly mean that words are changed, approximated and /or left out.

So on what possible basis can the KJB be THE definitive version? It is just one of a very large number of translations.
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Something written by man is not the true words of GOD...
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The very first scripture was written in whichever writing that God's people (Moses) used, which we do not possess. When Jesus was reading from Isaiah, did the words on the scroll He was reading from, come from the literal hand of Isaiah, or would it have been a translation?
Now you are arguing that your favoured translation is a translation of a translation ... etc and that your translation is definitely the accurate version. You cannot possibly justify that.

Have you heard of Chinese whispers?
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And to those who post threads like this on TSR, ye shall be brought before the Lord
We all shall be.
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Right but by definition, a translation will most assuredly mean that words are changed, approximated and /or left out.

So on what possible basis can the KJB be THE definitive version? It is just one of a very large number of translations.
So are you suggesting that what Jesus was reading from, because it was not the original, would not be the definitive version?
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So are you suggesting that what Jesus was reading from, because it was not the original, would not be the definitive version?
How could it have been when the one true version was not produced for another 1,500 or so years?
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Now you are arguing that your favoured translation is a translation of a translation ... etc and that your translation is definitely the accurate version. You cannot possibly justify that.

Have you heard of Chinese whispers?
God says we shall have His word, but only one word can be the true word.
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