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Question for the KJV Only Crowd

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This question is an off-shoot of the conversation going on at 

 

My question for the KJV Onlyers is this:

 

If the original manuscripts were found today, and we had 100% proof that they were the originals, and they were worded the same as the Greek manuscripts used in the modern translations, would you reject the renderings in the KJV? 

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On 12/13/2018 at 6:16 AM, davidtaylorjr said:

This question is an off-shoot of the conversation going on at 

 

My question for the KJV Onlyers is this:

 

If the original manuscripts were found today, and we had 100% proof that they were the originals, and they were worded the same as the Greek manuscripts used in the modern translations, would you reject the renderings in the KJV? 

I can answer that:  No.  In fact, Sam Gipp flatly stated that the KJV supersedes and corrects the Greek originals.

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1 hour ago, Concord said:

In fact, Sam Gipp flatly stated that the KJV supersedes and corrects the Greek originals.

Hmm, wouldn't that make KJV only a cult?

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8 minutes ago, davidtaylorjr said:

Hmm, wouldn't that make KJV only a cult?

As unbelievable as it might sound it is the deification of an English translation.  It really makes no sense.  That which is a revelations about God from God becomes a god.

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2 minutes ago, Origen said:

As unbelievable as it might sound it is the deification of an English translation.  It really makes no sense.  That which is a revelations about God from God becomes a god.

Does that mean that KJV Onlyers are living in active sin by breaking the commandment "Thou shall have no other gods before me"?

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