Dr Brown Refutes 'King James Only'

Posted Aug 02, 2017 by Michael L. Brown

Dr. Brown share some pros and cons about the most influential English translation of the Bible

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yeshuais4me posted a comment · Aug 11, 2017
I have a family Bible published in the late 1800's. The interesting thing is it gives us the original 1611 text and then shows where over 300 changes were made in the text at time of publication. It seems that most are grammar problems and things to help in understanding. However, over time there have been changes that affect our spiritual growth. Most problem verses come from the Latin Vulgate which the Romans used to bring together the Old and New Testament. Here is an example from Mark 7. It starts out in verses 7 and 8 saying that the people are giving lip service and their hearts are far away. Then continues by telling us that the Temple teachers are teaching man made rules as if they were God's rules. I believe this was the point Yeshua was making when He used food as an example as to what is in our heart matters. The problem comes in verse 19 where Yeshua said "For it doesn't go into his heart but into his stomach and it passes out into the latrine." (Thus He declared all food ritually clean) What is added inside the brackets is not part of the text in the original KJV that I have. This was added later with the brackets or another way of saying that it is not part of the original text. The sad part of this is two fold. Today certain translation do not identify this as not being part of the original text. But more important is that the Messiah had to be perfect according to God's Torah to be an acceptable sacrifice. From the little information we have we know that Yeshua was Kosher. In other words if the food was not Kosher it was not called food by a Hebrew. We need to be careful of any action by us that does not line up with the Torah or God in the flesh.
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GCJIA posted a comment · Aug 08, 2017
The KJV translation is not the original Bible, it is only one of the many translations. Nor it is the original translation because there have been many translations hundreds of years before it came out. Many people have been saved and nourished by the Word of God through the other translations before KJV.
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Will Kinney posted a comment · Aug 02, 2017
Mr. Brown says maybe we should use the NKJV or the Modern English Version instead of the KJB. But is he right? Does he really know what these two bibles are really like? I don't think he does. Here are my own studies on these two bad imitations of the real deal. Is the NKJV the inerrant words of God? Not a Chance! And here is why. http://brandplucked.webs.com/nkjvsameaskjb.htm Well, what about the Modern English Version of 2014? http://brandplucked.webs.com/mev2014fakebible.htm "He that hath ears to hear, let him hear." Luke 8:8 God bless.
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Will Kinney posted a comment · Aug 02, 2017
The Seven Lies Modern Scholarship Tells  Us   http://brandplucked.webs.com/liesofmodscholarship.htm   Lie Number One - We now have older and better manuscripts.   Lie Number Two - Vaticanus and Sinaiticus Are The Best Manuscripts    Lie Number Three - We Are Getting Closer To The Original Autographs   Lie Number Four - Erasmus Was A Catholic, so the King James Bible is also a Catholic Bible.   Lie Number Five - We Now Have More Knowledge About The Bible   Lie Number Six - Professional Liars Who SAY "I believe the Bible IS the infallible words of God."   Lie Number Seven - No Doctrines Are Changed  
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Will Kinney posted a comment · Aug 02, 2017
"Dr." Brown is just another self appointed "expert" who is both an unbeliever in the inerrancy of ANY Bible in any language in print, and he is his own authority, and not a very good one at that. Maybe he should have been a medical doctor instead of presuming he's some sort of "bible" teacher who thinks he's smarter than God. Exodus 20:13 and the KJB critics - "Thou shalt not KILL." http://brandplucked.webs.com/exodus2013notkill.htm Rabbi, Master, Teacher or Lord? http://brandplucked.webs.com/rabbiormaster.htm