The Bible version issue made simple In simple layman's language, Barry Burton explains the basic issues in the Bible version controversy ... and makes it easy to understand why the King James is the only Bible you can trust. In Let's Weigh The Evidence, you will learn the following: Origins of the King James Bible The King James Bible Version is from the Textus Receptus, or Received Text. Facts About the Vaticanus It leaves out 237 words, 452 clauses and 748 whole sentences, which hundreds of later copies agree together as having the same words in the same places. The Unreliability of the Siniaticus Examined by John Burgon, he writes about the Siniaticus, "On many occasions 10, 20, 30, 40 words are dropped through carelessness. Letters, words or even whole sentences are frequently written twice over, or begun and immediately cancelled; while that gross blunder, whereby a clause is omitted because it happens to end in the same words as the clause proceeding, occurs no less than 115 times in the New Testament." Westcott and Hort - Read quotes made by Hort: "The old dogmatic view of the Bible therefore, is not only open to attack from the standpoint of science and historical criticism, but if taken seriously it becomes a danger to religion and public morals." Copyrights - The following versions have copyrights: Revised Standard Version, New American Standard, Living Bible, Good News Bible, New International Bible, New Scofield, and more. According to the New Standard Encyclopedia vol. 3, page 565, the definition of a copyright is, "The legal protection given to authors and artists to prevent reproduction of their work without their consent. The owner of a copyright has the exclusive right to print, reprint, publish, copy and sell the material covered by the copyright." By taking out a copyright on a so-called "Bible", the copyright owner admits that this is not "God's Word" but "Their own words." Side-by-side Verse Comparisons Show Modern Versions Have Attacked Fundamental Doctrines, Deity of Christ, Salvation by faith, Atonement, The Second Coming of Christ, The Virgin Birth of Christ and much, much more!