Tuesday, April 1, 2014
Is the New King James Version, acceptable? NO!
Is the New King James Version, acceptable? NO! Part 2, By Dr. Bruce Klein
Kindergarten Preachers, Part 1, earlier post, By Dr. Bruce Klein
Have Words be edited from the Majority Byzantine Greek New Testament?
The KJV is based on the Majority Byzantine Greek New Testament.
The NKJV is based on whatever - read the preface.
Is the editing (removal) of the Words
'blood', 'Heaven', 'God, god', Lord, lord', etc. important?
Is the adding of the word 'One' at least 207 times worthy of asking why?
How can you know the number counts for how many times the Word 'blood' has been removed?
An easy way is to go to the Blue Letter Bible. Select the KJV then enter 'blood', write the total number counts. Then select NKJV, enter 'blood', write down the total number counts. The difference is the number of times the Word 'blood' has been removed from the Majority Byzantine Greek New Testament. (Number counts change as the NKJV is changed.) www.blueletterbible.org
The Word 'blood' has been edited (removed) 23 times!
The Word 'Heaven' has been edited (removed) 51 times!
The Word 'God' has been edited (removed) 51 times!
The Words 'LORD/Lord' has been edited (removed) 61 times!
***** The word 'one' has been added 207 times to the NKJV! Why?
“The One Who Is. Pure energy.” http://gnosticchurch.org/?tag=monad
I suggest you do a study on the 'one' (monad). Gnostic gods are referred to as the 'one'.
The New International Version, English Standard Version, and 99% of the other translations are based on the Edited Greek New Testament. Who did the editing?
These facts are found in my textbook titled 'Which Bible Should You Use????', 374 pages, 8.5x11 - Apostolic Theological Seminary
Dr. Bruce Klein, Th.D.