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    Yes I understand the rules.

    You might want to post the link for s9, though.
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    Originally posted by Jaltus
    Yes I understand the rules.

    You might want to post the link for s9, though.
    I PM'd him/her.
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    I'm ready and I read and understand the rules. I think it was nice of Jaltus to suggest you post the link. Thank you Jaltus.

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    Battle Royale IV - JALTUS vs. s9s27s54

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    Wow! A thread that only a certain few can even post in. I feel special.

    Here's my opening statement.

    Let's open this up with prayer. Lord, You know which bible has Your precious Word. You know what bible you want your children to use. Help us to see which version is the best one You have for us today. Let this be a good discussion where we can learn from you from both sides. You said in Matthew 24:35 Heaven and earth shall pass away, but my words shall not pass away. So we have your Word for us today. Show us which version is the best one. I say the King James Bible is for today and Jaltus says any version will do. Which is correct, Lord? In Jesus Name I pray.

    Since I've been saved I have used other versions of the Bible. Before I got saved I was reading the Bible, the Living Bible. It was very easy to understand. After getting saved I still read other versions including the King James Bible. My boss witnessed to me using a King James Bible New Testament. After I got saved, I started reading other versions of the Bible. I heard different things about the versions, like one omitted the blood of Christ. I would look this up. I wish I could remember which verse and version it was. Also, in one version it says in the gospels, right after Jesus healed someone it happened immediately, another version said within an hour. I even read the Good News For Modern Man and liked it!

    These new versions are perverted and it keeps getting worse. I've heard they are or are going to come out with a Bible that offends no one. Jesus is sitting at the right hand of God. They're going to take that out so it doesn't offend left handed people. God is going to be Father/Mother. Another Bible that'll come out is a Bible with no violence. Where does it all end? God's Word is being all watered down. What happened to good old conviction of sin? The reason they're coming out with new versions is so people don't feel guilty anymore.

    I have a book called New Age Bible Versions. The author is G. A. Riplinger. I will be using that book in this debate.

    In the introduction one of the things it says about other versions is:

    "The New Age Movements expressed goal of infiltrating the evangelical church and gradually changthe bible to conform to its One World Religion is evident in the current new versions. Their words and doctrines prepare the apostate church of theser last days to accept the ANtichrist, his mark, image, and religion-Lucifer worship."

    It makes sense. There really isn't much difference between the Catholic Church and Lutheran Church. They are all moving into the one world church.

    Jaltus: Why do you like the other versions? Isn't one bible enough? Don't you understand the King James Bible at all? Why do you suppose there are so many versions out there? Confusion is of the devil. All these versions are copyrighted. The King James Bible is not. How come?

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    Opening Statement

    Is the King James Version the only inspired translation for today?

    Setting aside the obvious track of heading into languages other than English (at least for now), let me begin by talking about what I plan on covering in my following 8 posts and my conclusion.

    Scripture in Translation

    The first question will be, what is translation? This breaks down into a few different areas, such as what does the bible tell us (directly or indirectly) about translations of the Bible? What does it mean to translate a text from one language into another? How close a congruence is there between languages, namely how flexible should a translation be?

    I plan on showing that the same passage can be translated in different ways, and often is. I plan on showing that the Bible itself is flexible in translating, thus setting an example for multiple translations right off the bat. I will attempt to show that the nature of language is fluid, something that those who hold to the King James Version Only doctrine (KJVO from now on) must deny in order to keep the label of “inspired” for their outdated Bible.

    Scripture in Manuscripts

    The obvious follow up question to translation is what are we translating? This is where I will discuss manuscript evidence, dealing with the major types and styles of manuscripts that have come down to us, that we have found through archeological methods. In the quest to reconstruct the original text of the New Testament (the Old Testament manuscripts are the same for every version of the Bible, with slight changes only), we now have over 5300 manuscripts just in Greek alone. There are also early texts that were translated into numerous languages, such as Armenian, Georgian, and Syriac. While it may sound wonderful that we have so many manuscripts (the next closest book ever is The Iliad, which has 700 manuscripts at most), it is also a problem due to the differences between all the manuscripts.

    In ancient times, quotations did not have to be word for word, they only needed to carry the original thought of the person. A 20 minute sermon could be written in 5 sentences or so and still be called an accurate account if it distilled the thoughts correctly. Therefore, scribes had no problem with changing words or smoothing out phrases as long as it did not change the meaning of the text. Therefore, in the quest to reconstruct the original text, all these scribal changes must be waded through and corrected, but what are changes and what are original?

    In the coming discussion, I will be referring to many manuscripts. in particular, I will talk about the Majority Text (MT) and the Textus Receptus (TR).. The MT is the text found in most manuscripts of the Greek New Testament, though not a single one of those manuscripts dates earlier than 700 AD. It is also called the Byzantine Text Type since it was the predominant form that appeared in the Byzantine Empire, which used Greek in their church services up through and beyond the 15th century. The TR, also called the Received Text, is a specific single text of the Greek New Testament put together by Erasmus in 1516, which the KJV is based on.

    Scriptural Inspiration

    This is the last and most important area that this debate will center on. The first question to be answered is, what does inspired mean? Once that is defined, we will move on to ask how can a translation be inspired when compared to the biblical authors? Then the questions will get harder for the KJVO holders, since the natural follow up is why can there only be one inspired version in English? Is that true for every language?

    In answering these questions we will quickly see that either KJVO tries to give the KJV equal authority with the original manuscripts (called the autographs) or else a special place among translations. Both options are unwarranted.

    If time permits, I will also point out areas in which the KJV tends to either translate incorrectly or even contradicts itself in terms of what it says in English.

    Included in my bibliography will be the following books:

    Kurt and Barbara Aland, The Text of the New Testament (called Aland from now on)
    D.A. Carson, The King James Only Debate (called Carson from now on)
    Kent D. Clarke, Textual Optimism (called Clarke from now on)
    Bart D. Ehrman and Michael W. Holmes, eds., The Text of the New Testament in Contemporary Research (called Erhman from now on)
    Michael W. Holmes, “Text Criticism,” Interpreting the New Testament: Essays on Methods and Issues, David Alan Black and David S. Dockery, eds. (called Holmes from now on)
    Bruce Metzger, A Textual Commentary on the Greek New Testament (called Metzger from now on)
    I will also use the abbreviations BDAG for the Greek Lexicon by Bauer in its 3rd edition and BDB for the Hebrew Lexicon by Brown, Driver, and Briggs.

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    Jaltus,

    Since this is a battle, I'm going to treat it as a battle. You have not even attempted to answer any of my questions. I'll repeat them for you.

    If you don't answer my questions, I won't answer yours.

    Why do you like the other versions? Isn't one bible enough? Don't you understand the King James Bible at all? Why do you suppose there are so many versions out there? Confusion is of the devil. All these versions are copyrighted. The King James Bible is not. How come?

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    s9s27s54,

    First off, let me say that in an introduction, you do not quote your opponent, you set out what you are going to do. It is with the second post that the direct argumentation begins. At least, that is how I am doing it. In all liklihood, I will not address your direct questions in my concluding post either, since I will be summing up my case.

    On to the post.

    You said:
    Why do you like the other versions?
    I like other versions because they are more true to the original text of the New Testament, as well as we can figure it out today. I’ll get back to this in a bit.
    Isn't one bible enough?
    Yes, if that one Bible is the original Bible. However, we do not have the luxury of having the autographs nor do many of us speak Koine Greek or Ancient Hebrew. Therefore, we need translations. The only inerrant scripture is the original, which has been lost to us.
    Don't you understand the King James Bible at all?
    Yes, but the translators did not understand Greek or Hebrew very well, as their mistakes show.
    Why do you suppose there are so many versions out there?
    Each version is probably based on a different motivation, or combination of motivations. This is a bit too broad of a question.
    Confusion is of the devil.
    Ok.
    All these versions are copyrighted.
    False. The WEB is not copyrighted, and there are a few others that are not as well (though I currently do not remember which ones).
    The King James Bible is not. How come?
    Because the translation was made before there was such a thing as copyrights, and for that matter it was around before this country even existed. That is like asking why Homer’s Iliad is not copyrighted, the answer is because it is older than copyright laws!

    Now, let us look at what the KJV is based on in terms of translation. It was based on a combination of the Latin Vulgate, the Tyndale translation, the MT, but mostly on the TR.

    The TR was a Greek manuscript put together by Erasmus. He had a few Greek manuscripts to work with, none of which were later than the 12th century. For Revelation, he had only one Greek copy, and that was missing the last 6 verses, so he translated them from Latin into Greek and, get this, those verses did not match any Greek manuscript ever found! What are those verses?*
    From The KJV, Revelation 22:16-21:
    16 I Jesus have sent mine angel to testify unto you these things in the churches. I am the root and the offspring of David, and the bright and morning star.
    17 And the Spirit and the bride say, Come. And let him that heareth say, Come. And let him that is athirst come. And whosoever will, let him take the water of life freely.
    18 For I testify unto every man that heareth the words of the prophecy of this book, If any man shall add unto these things, God shall add unto him the plagues that are written in this book:
    19 And if any man shall take away from the words of the book of this prophecy, God shall take away his part out of the book of life, and out of the holy city, and from the things which are written in this book.
    20 He which testifieth these things saith, Surely I come quickly. Amen. Even so, come, Lord Jesus.
    21 The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with you all. Amen.
    Notice that there is a warning about adding to or taking away from the words of this book, and yet Erasmus did just that! Not only is that a crime against the Bible, but the KJV is based on it! Why, why should ANYONE use a text that goes against the very words of scripture?

    In trying to find a text that was written around 50-90 AD, what makes more sense: Look for copies from 200-400 AD and base our text on that, or look for copies made around 1100 AD or later and base our text on that? That answer is that obviously the earlier the text, the better off we are in establishing the original.

    All modern translations since 1900 have been based on Greek texts that date back to at least 400 AD, whereas the KJV is based on texts from no earlier than 1100 AD!

    Now, before I go any further, let me ask s9s27s54 a few questions:

    What is inspiration?
    Is translation flexible or is it rigid? In other words, can a sentence only be translated one way?
    Why should anyone use a Bible such as the KJV that is based on a corrupt version of the Greek text?


    That should give you enough to chew on for now.


    *This is taken from Carson, page 34, and from Holmes, page 69 note 34. The major portion of the quote from Holmes is as follows:
    For the first edition he relied primarily upon MS 2 of the Gospels and MS 2 of the Acts and Catholic Epistles; his sources of correction were MS 817 (Gospels) and MS 4 (Acts and Catholic Epistles). His main source for the Pauline Epistles was MS 7…His only source for Revelation, MS 1, was missing the last six verses. Erasmus filled in the gap by translating from the Vulgate back into the Greek…

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    Jaltus,

    I'm sorry for not doing this right. I'm new at this and maybe I should have waited a bit to actually go into the ring with anybody. Since I'm here I'll have to do the best I can and learn from this experience. Afterwards,I'll reread all my books on the subject and ask questions. You've pointed out somed very good points.

    I will address your questions:

    What is inspiration?

    Inspiration is literally God breathed. One of the meanings of Inspiration in the dictionary is “A divine influence directly and immediately exerted upon the mind or soul of a man.” & “The divine quality of the writings or words of men so influenced.” That was the theological meaning.

    Is translation flexible or is it rigid? In other words, can a sentence only be translated one way?

    I looked up the word "translation" up in the dictionary. It means "the rendering of something into a different language. I believe a sentence can only be translated one way, I could be wrong. I do know God wants everybody to read the bible. God wants everyone saved.

    Why should anyone use a Bible such as the KJV that is based on a corrupt version of the Greek text?

    I don't know that the KJV is based on a corrupts version of the Greek text. Since you mentioned the Catholics had a hand in translating the Bible, I can't believe they did it correctly. I believe the Great Whore in Revelation 16 & 17 is the Catholic Church. They have the pope and nuns, which aren't in the bible. As for Peter being the first pope, Peter was married. Matthew 8:14. And when Jesus was come into Peter's house, he saw his wife's mother laid, and sick of a fever.

    I will add something here. This comes from the book "New Age Bible Versions. I quote, "The Greek text used to translate the NIV, NASB and others was an edition drastically aletered by a Spiritualist (one who seeks contact with the dead through seanes), who believed he was in the "new age." Two other 'new' version editors were also involved in Spiritualism.

    So in my conclusion of this post, my question to you Jaltus, is how can you trust in corupt versions when you have the Catholic Church and Spiritualists interpreting the Bible?

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    I asked :What is inspiration?
    Inspiration is literally God breathed. One of the meanings of Inspiration in the dictionary is “A divine influence directly and immediately exerted upon the mind or soul of a man.” & “The divine quality of the writings or words of men so influenced.” That was the theological meaning.
    So is only the KJV an inspired version according to this definition, or can any other Bible claim the same priviledge? My point is this: if “inspired” means from God in any sense, how can any human claim to know what happened between God and a group of people? none of us were there when the KJV was written, nor were any of us there when (for example) the ESV was written. Thus, it is impossible for us to even make a claim about inspiration since it necessarily means knowing what went on between God and a group of people. Maybe you are ready to say that you know this, but I do not have the arrgoance to make such a claim.

    What if we alter the meaning a little and say that inspiration depends on the results of what a Bible does? Then it becomes even less clear, for God is not limited by anything! Someone could find the name “Jesus” written in a newspaper and God could use that to save, for “all things are possible” through God.

    I asked: Is translation flexible or is it rigid? In other words, can a sentence only be translated one way?
    I looked up the word "translation" up in the dictionary. It means "the rendering of something into a different language. I believe a sentence can only be translated one way, I could be wrong. I do know God wants everybody to read the bible. God wants everyone saved.
    Actually, you are wrong. Let us look at a single phrase in Greek: agape theou. Literally this means “love of God.” However, in Greek, the form is much more flexible than that. The possible meanings include (but are not limited to) love from God, love for God, God’s love, love which originates with God, love sent by God, or even love reflecting back to God that was originally His. That is just two Greek words! You see, there really is no such thing as translation without interpretation, for whoever is taking the phrase from Greek into english is going to have to decide which one of the various meanings to employ each time they come across that phrase, and each time is another interpretive decision.

    I do not plan on arguing for or against the Roman Catholic Church, so I am just going to skip that part.
    I will add something here. This comes from the book "New Age Bible Versions. I quote, "The Greek text used to translate the NIV, NASB and others was an edition drastically aletered by a Spiritualist (one who seeks contact with the dead through seanes), who believed he was in the "new age." Two other 'new' version editors were also involved in Spiritualism.
    This is just flat out false. There is no truth to this claim in the least. Again, this is based on the assumption that the Wescott and Hort text is the basis for all new translations when in fact it is not. The only Bible translations based on the WH text are the RSV and (I believe) the NRSV. All other editions are based on the Nestle-Aland text, of which the 27th edition is the latest, which is based on a different methodology (and therefore different text) than the WH text.
    So in my conclusion of this post, my question to you Jaltus, is how can you trust in corupt versions when you have the Catholic Church and Spiritualists interpreting the Bible?
    First off, any version of the Bible is going to come down to us through the Catholic church, since it was the only church in the world for at least a little while. Thus, that point is moot. In terms of spiritualists, this is just a false allegation.

    The bottom line is this: None of us were there when Erasmus made his Greek text of the New Testament, but he tells us enough about it that we know he goofed and he knew he goofed. Why would I want a translation based on the incorrect text of the New Testament? The TR is not even in agreement with the Majority Text, having over 500 differences with the majority of the Majority Text!

    So do we trust translators from 400 years ago, who spoke a completely different dialect of English than we do today, who based their translation work on the wrong manuscripts of the New Testament, or do we trust scholars from today who have meticulously coallated and compared manuscripts that are hundreds of years closer to the actual writing of the New Testament and whose work we can check by knowing who they are?

    Frankly, I vote for the latter.

    Not only that, but due to the fluidity of language (see the discussion of agape theou above), how can any one English translation hope to capture the enormity and profundity of the Greek language?

    I am not advocating that one translation is better than another. I am simply advocating that God preserved His word in many forms, who are we to tell Him how He must do things?

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