Do you believe that some bible versions are translated to fit doctrine?
Oh, most definitely... in the King James versions the word "sheol" was used as "hell" in many instances when it should have just been "grave" or "pit." Putting in the word "Easter" and other such discrepancies. I could find much more...
No. It is not translated to fit the doctrines. It is to understand better and know the context well. but now a days people are misusing to fit their own doctrines, that is not appreciable.
Most definitely. A lot of people try to trim the bible to fit their own purposes so that they can reach some people with the purpose of controlling them.
especially the new ones by some rather unsavory characters, being used to push their doctrines of men
by Disappearinghead3 years ago
If a doctrine or belief that is taught by the Church today was unknown to the 1st century Apostolic Church, is it a valid doctrine? Is it inspired by God, or is it a false manmade doctrine?
by Insane Mundane4 years ago
Here of late, I've run across several people (online & offline) that were spouting that only the King James Version of the Holy Bible contains the absolute truth. Even though the beloved dogma and ancient...
by PhoenixV21 months ago
Is The Bible Inerrant?
by Eric Dierker2 years ago
I hesitate when I hear of see someone quote the Bible as their argument. I thought Jesus denied thatIf I lord the scripture over you, is that not exactly as the pharisees, scribes and Sadducee did, which resulted in the...
by charlie4 years ago
Is it possible to be a Christian and teach false doctrine?Today many people teach false doctrines, such as , all religions lead to God, Everyone will be saved in the end (universalism), Reincarnation ( coming back...
by vector76 years ago
Just wanting everyone to state whether they believe the Bible is the fully inspired authoritative word of the living God, of whom Christ Jesus sent to die on the cross to save those who would accept God's grace, and who...
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