Has the Bible Been Changed?

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God declares in Revelation 22:19 says, “And if any man shall take away from the words of the book of this prophecy, God shall take away his part out of the book of life, and out of the holy city, and from the things which are written in this book” (KJV).God takes seriously any modification alteration or change taken by man in his book. Now there are many different versions but the different versisons mainly offer a more modern translation, after all languages change, for example the king James Bible authorised by King James in 1522 contained the ‘thee’ and ‘thou’ and ‘wherefore’ and ‘therefore.’ Now we don’t use those worlds today in everyday english instead we use ‘you’ and ‘I’ and ‘so it is’ instead, language changes with each upcoming generation and so with this in mind the bible was adapted but most versions say the same thing.It is equally interesting to note that the bible was  the first book ever printed this came about as a result of the printing pressIt has been a best seller and even to this very day it still is a global best seller.he Hebrew Scriptures were translated into Greek at Alexandria, Egypt (280-150 B.C.).All the original manuscripts of the New Testament books, as far as is known, have been lost. In the beginning the writing material was Papyrus. This was made from slices of the water plant which grew in Egypt. When Paul said to Timothy: “All scripture is given by inspiration,” (2 Timothy 3:16). At that time he was speaking of Old Testament writings, because the New Testament had not yet been compiled.At the time of Jesus the apostles only used the Old testament and in later years the documents that did exist from the writings of the apostles were burned and destroyed by their haters in the Catholic church and government. The Catholic’s taught that the LATIN language was sacred so when the reformers tried to translate it into English they were captured and martyred, many burned alive at the stake in England and Europe.

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