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  1. I understand that most modern translations of the OT include the Dead Sea Scrolls manuscripts, which are about 900 years earlier than the manuscripts used for the OT in the KJV. And that modern NT translations also use older manuscripts than those used for the NT in the KJV. Would this be right?

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  2. I think what you would be correct, plus some critical editions use the LXX in the OT to smooth out certain variants as well.

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  3. The LXX is looked to when that's what the NT was quoting. A Christian OT is often a “cobbling” together.

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  4. Cranston p. Roby

    There’s absolutely NO SCRIPTURAL SUPPORT for the KJVO myth. It’s phony as a $3 bill.

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