I am not sure what it is you are refering to here so i will not comment so as not to embarise myself. Can you explain this statement some more.Mus Zibii said:Then why the doctrine of 'they changed it to deliberately mislead the world'? I've read pamphlet after pamphlet on that subject.
I addressed that in another thread.
As you are aware I am new here so can you please tell me where I can find your other information that you "addressed ..... in another thread"
No Bible in existance today is 100% exactely as the original. There are some passages whewrel bibles must put some sort of theolgical bias in them while translating in order to make the Bibles readable in English. However there are those that use theological bias a great deal and those that are extremely carefull. The NWT is one that has the least theological bias in it.Mus Zibii said:I disagree with the first contention but agree with the second. Doctrine, especially of the trinity was clearly added late in the life of the gospel. And even as late as the english translations there have been sly maneuvering of commas and such to cement the doctrines of the translators. But the NW does much of the same for their own benefit. .