Surprising New KJV-Only Arguments! (Part 3 of 3)

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“…the one argument that most surprised and delighted me. It takes real knowledge of biblical studies to come up with an argument like the one you’re about to hear. … a concept that he uses, ‘hapax legomena.’” - Mark Ward

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More New KJV-Only Arguments (Part 2 of 3)

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Mark Ward addresses the argument that KJV is better because its English difficulty level matches the difficulty level of the underlying Greek and Hebrew. (Transcript link above the comments section) - Mark Ward

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Brand New KJV-Only Arguments (Part 1 of 3)

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“one of those rare exceptions has occurred—sort of. I got a very intelligent reply to my arguments about KJV readability from a man by the name of Thomas Ross…. he came up with, depending on how you count, seven new arguments I haven’t heard.” - Mark Ward

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Do Modern Bibles Change God's Word by 10% to Get Copyrights?

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Viewer question: “a question that I continue to have even after completely leaving the KJV Only movement…. I have heard KJVO proponents argue that translators must intentionally reword portions of their translations to make them original and therefore able to be copyrighted.” - Mark Ward

(Transcript available at the bottom of the introductory info.)

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Video: Which TR Is the Perfectly Preserved One?

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“I’m not being snarky; I’m asking very sincerely. I’m driving at what I think is an important and even peacemaking point in the debate over the text of the Greek New Testament.” - Mark Ward

(A YouTube transcript is available at the link above, though you have to do a bit of hunting to find it.)

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The Proposed Puritan English Bible Revision of 1653

I recently posted to an internet discussion group the claim that none of the KJV’s contemporaries or those for many generations afterward had the temerity to affirm that the KJV was a perfect, flawless, unimprovable English Bible version as is claimed by some today. To the contrary, from the beginning, it was recognized as being flawed in numerous details, and certainly was susceptible to correction and improvement to bring it into closer conformity to the Bible text in the original Hebrew and Greek.

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Mark Ward's ‘Authorized’ Documentary Freely Available on YouTube

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“I’d really like to see this video reach a larger audience than it did behind the paywall. I made it to be about the most accessible, gentle critique of KJV-Onlyism available—and one that focuses on making a positive, constructive replacement for KJV-Onlyism” - Ward

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