The Serious Flaw with Using Multiple Versions of the Bible

I believe the King James Bible is the only current English translation that has not been corrupted through translation.

As far as I know, the KJVO folks are the only exclusionists when it comes to Bible versions. Putting aside all of the translation errors of all of the modern versions, there is another glaring problem with using multiple versions of the Bible.

Satan has used multiple Bible versions to stop the Christian from doing this one important thing, and that’s…Bible memory. How can you memorize a Bible verse if you don’t have a base standard for what to memorize? Answered simply, you can’t. If you have a bible memory contest in junior church or Sunday school, and every kid has a different version of the Bible, how could you judge them on correctness? Or let’s say you are a Bible teacher at a Christian school. Without a standard Bible it would be impossible to grade Bible memory tests. It would be as if you were trying to teach math fact memorization without having a standard of absolute truth.

The result of multiple versions is people don’t memorize scripture. Not saying that it never happens, but which version of the verse do you memorize? Especially when they contradict each other. It would be like having to choose between 2+2=4 and 2+2=7. If you believe both versions to be “Bible,” which one do you memorize? Well, you just don’t.

And just like that Satan has thousands of Christians who are not memorizing scripturePsalm 119:11 KJV
Thy word have I hid in mine heart, that I might not sin against thee.

Stick with the King James Version folks. It’s tried and true!

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