06: Should Christians only read the KJV?
The King James Version (KJV) was the “gold standard” of all English translations around the world for nearly 350 years. Originally published in 1612, it has past the test of time.
It has an incredible legacy. However, with newer more modern English translations, most Christians have gone away from using the KJV.
But there are some people within Christianity that believe that the KJV is the only English Bible that we should read; others even go as far as to say that all other English translations are nothing more than a corruption of God’s Word.
How should we respond to the KJV-only debate?