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  1. Alexandru Augustin says:

    put the same question to a Romanian KJV-only supporter

    I found your article very interesting and well documented. I say this because in a debate with a Romanian KJV-only supporter, I was told that the great advancement of world missions was blessed by the Lord specifically because the missionaries were using KJ Bible as the “one and only”. When I asked then why it took the missionaries 400 years to come to Romania (just some 4000 miles E from England) with a KJV translated Bible, which is extremely poor in quality, was changed for a number of times and yet having lots of errors. The translators initially told me that they translated from Greek and Hebrew, but then it turned out that another team was making the corrections using…the English KJV. Then I asked in how many languages was the KJ Bible translated over time, especially during the awakening periods, but never got an answer. It seems that these guys are lying to themselves trying in spite of clear arguments that KJV is only a translation (a very good one). Thanks for your article. God bless!

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