David Daniels





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“So we have textual critics who believe desperately in the 44 Alexandrian manuscripts (against more than 5,000 copies favoring the Textus Receptus). They use these to translate all modern New Testaments. But these Alexandrian manuscripts also include the Septuagint Old Testament (with the Apocrypha). They have fallen for a trap.”
David Daniels, Answers To Your Bible Version Questions

“The stage was set: once people no longer believed in God’s preserved words, which we find perfectly presented in the King James Bible, they were ripe for destruction. Now, 120 years after the switch from God’s Word to devil’s lies (the King James abandoned for the Alexandrian texts), while pretending to “improve” our copies of God’s words, they really set up the abandonment of God’s words. Now almost every Bible in the English-speaking world (and most other languages) is just another re-translation of the Alexandrian polluted stream.[1] Another way to view it is that the Scriptures as we find them preserved in the King James is like God’s fountain: For my people have committed two evils; they have forsaken me the fountain of living waters, and hewed them out cisterns, broken cisterns, that can hold no water. (Jeremiah 2:13)”
David Daniels, Answers To Your Bible Version Questions



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