For, according to James McGrath, the ignoramuses at ‘PocketDoctrines’ are actually asserting that the KJV is better than the originals- for a list of reasons which demonstrate their inability to think clearly.
‘PocketDoctrines’ must be an assemblage of dilettantes who don’t know anything about how books (from scrolls) developed. Nor do they know how to exegete Jeremiah 36, which says nothing about God destroying scrolls but a wicked king doing so. Nor are they aware of the fact that some of us actually do read ancient languages and- believe it or not, the KJV is derived from those sources, they are not dependent on it. Point 5 is utterly anglo-centric and ignores the truth that most of the world doesn’t read English. And, further, what did the people who lived before 1611 read? Are we to believe they had no bible just because they didn’t have the KJV? Point 6 is just stupidity enfleshed. And point 7 proves beyond a shadow of a doubt that the KJV only crowd knows nothing about the history of the text.
In sum, the people who produced the rubbish at ‘PocketDoctrines’ are dilettantes of the most ignorant and uninformed sort. So, here’s your Dilly, ‘PocketDoctrines’: