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This book explains this well, is an easy read, and is worth the time.
I have found the NKJV to be very close to the KJV in the NT, although it used additional texts in the OT not used by the KJV.
Rather, he deals with the best arguments available in favor of the proposition that the KJV is the best (or only!)
Carson presents a clear and logical summary of the flawed thinking underlying the King James Only movement. Read morePublished 14 days ago by William Parsons
Fascinating book about how textual criticism works and why we can have confidence in the textual basis of the modern translations such as NASB, NIV, and ESV. Read morePublished 27 days ago by booklover
Read this years ago (1977 or 1978), but I got it through Kindle because of a resent discussion with a sort of KJV only Christian. Read morePublished 3 months ago by The Standard
Carson states in this book that people might think he's a modernist or a dupe. Well, he said it. We don't have to.Published 3 months ago by Adam
This short book is a few years old now, and it is a good introduction to the debate. The author treats his opponents with respect. Read morePublished 7 months ago by James A Collins
I read this book in about two hours, maybe less. It's short. But if it were much longer I might have put it down. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Daniel Glover
The book did little to touch on the lives of people like "Westcott and Hort" the main issue behind the objection of the KJV. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Darren Boehm
I originally bought this on Kindle then I liked it so much I ordered the paperback and then ordered one of the books the author recommended. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Inthearctic
Carson goes into a nice concise analysis and logical conclusion (from historic and textual and common-sense data) that the KJV, though a good translation that is very poetic,... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Gabriel Rooster