Is the KJV the correct version of the Bible?

Some people believe the KJV is the most accurate or only authentic version of the Bible. Some believe the Hebrew and Greek manuscripts the KJV translators used were faithfully preserved by God or are the most accurate for some other reason.

Why do I use the KJV?

Theological Reasons. Some new Bibles are dangerous because of the theological bias of their translators.

  • Textual Reasons. Many in the pew do not know that most of the more than 100 new versions of the Bible are not translated from the same Hebrew and
  • Philosophical Reasons.
  • Cultural Reasons.
  • Practical Reasons.
  • What is KJV only?

    Simply put, the King James only movement (also called the KJV only movement or KJV onlyism) believes the King James Version is the only version of the English Bible people should read today. There are many varieties of this movement, but the main theological argument stems from the type of Greek text used to translate the New Testament.

    What exactly is ‘the word of God’?

    It is the revealed will of God. It is the revealed mind of God. It is the expression of God’s thoughts. Therefore, the written Word of God uniquely bears the authority of the holy God of the universe. Jesus also said this, in John 6:63: “It is the Spirit who gives life; the flesh profits nothing.

    How many different words in the KJV of the Bible?

    1 According to the software program, Accordance, the KJV has 585, 761 words in the 39 books of the Old Testament that are accepted by Protestants as canonical; the KJV has 180,376 words in the New Testament. This comes out to a total of 766,137 words, or 25,191 words shorter than the number provided by Scott.

    What is “word of God” means?

    The phrase, “the Word of God” is used in a number of different ways. It refers to something that God has decreed to come to pass. It is also used of the actual spoken words of God. Words that God has spoken through the prophets can also be called “the Word of God.”