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NKJV Footnotes: Tempt Reader to Question God's Word

The New King James Version footnotes tempt the reader to question the King James 1611 Bible it was named after:

"...[T]he NKJV translators put in the footnotes of the study editions the corrupt Critical or Minority Text of Westcott and Hort (from which the corrupt Modern EnglishVersions are derived). It is identified as “NU.” The “N” stands for the Nestle-Aland text. The “U” stands for the United Bible Society text. Both of these texts are dependent largely on the corrupt Vatican and Sinai manuscripts, virtually the same as the Westcott and Hort Greek text of 1881."

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return to: NKJV: Transitional Bridge to More Corrupt Versions

NKJV Editors' Footnote Agenda: Bible is in State of Flux

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