The Problem with KJV only 1611 position

Its becoming clear as I read about those who are KJV1611 only folks, that in reality they are only loyality to the kjv1611 itself. They say they are only loyal to the Texus receptus manuscripts.
 
What is interesting they reject the NKJV as been heretical and as bad as the NIV and NASV and yet the NKJV is based on the Textus Receptus! Which tell me that they are only loyal to the kjv1611 itself not the Textus Receptus.
 
But with all this said, keep reading the bible, which is the Word of God, and my loyalites are to the original manuscripts, and in truth, only the original language are the Word of God as He inspired it. And only then did God inspire men to write His Word.
 
The United States make up only 5% of the population of the world.
Would you not think that God would want the Bible to be translated to all the world and not ust the 5%. ???

The claim its loyalty to be to the Textus Receptus, the Greek NT manuscript compilation completed in the 1500’s. To varying degrees, kjv only advocates argue that God guided Erasmus (the compiler of the Texus Receptus) to come up with a Greek text that is perfectly identical to what was originally written by the biblical authors. However, upon furture examination, it can be seen that kjv only advocates are not loyal to the Texus Receptus, but rather only to the kjv itself. The NT of the nkjv is based on the Textus Receptus, just like the kjv is.. Yet, kjv only advocates label the nkjv just as heretical as they do the NIV, NAS, etc.

Even when the KJ21 or NKJV attempts have been made to make minimal updates to the kjv, only “modernizing” the archaic language, while using the exact same Greek and Hebrew manuscripts.

These attempts are rejected nearly as strongly as the nkjv and other newer Bible translations.

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