A critique of another article written by the devil seduced accursed heretick, Ron Daly, of the Church of the Antichrist (1 Tim. 4:1, Gal. 1:6-9, 2 Cor. 2:17, 4:2, 11:4, 11:13-15). Ron Daly is a proponent of using at least 3 different perversions of the word of God an says that he is planning on coming up with his own "bible".
"It Doesn’t Read Like My King James VersionRecently, a dear sister in the Lord asked me, why modem English translations of the scriptures read differently than the King James Version in numerous places [LOL]. It is an excellent question and it proceeded from a sincere heart. First, allow me to give a little background which will form the basis of my response.
["numerous places" is a lie. The NIV is missing 64,000 words, 15 verses, and thousands of other words are changed to attack the doctrines of the blood atonement, Deity of Christ, and the Trinity. Here are a few examples (the underlined phrases are omitted in the NIV):
The first Bible I was given after I obeyed the gospel was a King James Version. I memorized many Old and New Testament passages from it, but I soon realized that it used a form of English that was archaic, awkward, and often difficult to understand. The kind of English spoken in this country is not the English of the King James Version. This is not to say that the King James is a bad translation, but it does mean that it makes God’s word more difficult to understand than it has to be.
God blessed me to begin the study of New Testament Greek in 1976, and I began the serious study of Hebrew in the early 1980’s. I soon learned that the “original” languages in which God’s word was spoken and written were among the languages common to the time. They were spoken in day to day commerce. They were not merely the languages of religious contexts. They were largely “common” languages of day to day communication. Since God gave his word in the languages of the people, shouldn’t scripture be translated in clear idiomatic ordinary English?
[Hebrew and Greek were not the ONLY "original" languages. God was inspiring His word in all the languages of the day through the gift of tongues until the Bible was completed (1 Cor. 13:8-12, 14:36-37, etc.)]
Some people think the King James Version is the word of God, and that any deviation from it is equal to adding to and taking from the scriptures.The truth is, the King James was not the first English translation [Duh.]; it is not the only translation [Duh.]; and it is not the best translation. ["Best" is not an attribute of scripture. It is called "truth", "holy", "pure", and "given by inspiration", but never "best.] There is a sizable group of people in and out of the Lord’s body who are “King James Onlyists,” and they believe the religious world turns on the King James.
[That is because the King James Bible IS the only pure Bible in the English language. It has been proven to be the ONE Book that has no errors and exalts the Lord more than any other book.]
Yet, not even they speak King James English in their ordinary day to day conversations! [Duh.] For instance, in 2 Corinthians 8:1 the King James Version says, “Moreover, brethren, we do you to wit of the grace of God bestowed on the churches of Macedonia.” Notice the phrase “do you to wit.” Who speaks in such a way today? Do you understand the phrase as it stands in the text? Why or why not? The American Standard Version says “we make known to you.” The English Standard Version says, “We want you to know.” The New International Version-2011 says, “we want you to know.” Those translations have not added to or changed the word of God. They have simply made dear what the King James Version obscures. The archaisms in the King James Version can be multiplied. This doesn’t mean the KJV is totally incomprehensible, but it does mean that it has problems like all other versions. [No it doesn't, it is pure and inspired (Ps. 12:6-7, 2 Tim. 3:15-17)] God’s Hebrew and Greek texts are perfect; translations of it are not because they are produced by men who are not guided by the Holy Spirit in their work."
Ron Daly is a liar. There is no such thing as "God’s Hebrew and Greek texts". There are close to 25 different copies of the Textus Receptus, 28 different editions of Nestle, and about 50 more different Greek texts. All of these have critical notes showing alternate readings and variants in crucial verses about fundamental doctrines of the Bible. Why doesn't Ron Daly tell us which one is perfect? The differences between the Textus Receptus texts and the Alexandrian perverse texts are drastic, they cannot both be correct. Ron Daly is a liar.
Lastly Mr. Daly says that translations are not perfect. "God’s Hebrew and Greek texts are perfect; translations of it are not because they are produced by men who are not guided by the Holy Spirit in their work". Yet the Bible demonstrates that there are many inspired translations....
There are hundreds of Old Testament quotes (originally written in Hebrew) that are found written in the New Testament (originally written in Greek). God inspired New Testament writers to quote Hebrew writings in Greek, those are inspired translations. [Note: some would contend that Jesus and the apostles did not quote Hebrew scriptures but rather a so called Greek "Septuagint". But there is no record of any Septuagint existing before 250-330 AD. Jesus quoted HEBREW scriptures, not a Greek translation according to Matthew 5:17-20.]
Acts 21:40-22:21 records an inspired translation. Notice that Paul speaks in HEBREW "And when he had given him licence, Paul stood on the stairs, and beckoned with the hand unto the people. And when there was made a great silence, he spake unto them in the Hebrew tongue, saying,...." BUT Luke wrote Paul's words down in the New Testament in GREEK. God used Luke to write a perfect translation of what Paul said in Hebrew.
Here is a whole list of inspired translations found within the Bible:
A.) Ge 42:18-20; cf Ge 42:23: Joseph spoke in Egyptian; his words were recorded in Scripture in Hebrew
B.) Ezra 4: A Syrian letter. The “copy” follows Ezra 4:11 in Hebrew.
C.) Ps 110:1; cf Lu 20:42-43: A Greek translation of a Hebrew Psalm.
D.) Mark 5:41: Aramaic translated into Greek.
E.) Acts 22: Paul spoke to them in Hebrew (Ac 22:2); Luke recorded it in Greek.
F.) Acts 26:14: Paul recites to Agrippa what Jesus said to him in Hebrew, and it is recorded in Greek.
G.) Matthew 27:46; Mark 15:34 : From Hebrew OT text (Ps 22:1) To Aramaic (in two spellings of the same word; Eli = Eloi) Transliterated from Aramaic into Greek. Translated right inside the verses from Aramaic into Greek.
(list given by Mr. Brandon Staggs of AV1611.com)
The next problem is that Mr. Daly said that the Holy Spirit does not guide in the translation of scripture. That is a lie. God has promised to preserve His word perfectly and forever (Joshua 1:8, Isaiah 30:8, 40:8, 55:10-11, 59:21, Psalms 12:6-7, 100:5, 117:2, 119:89-91, 119:160, 1 Peter 1:23-2:2, Matthew 5:17-18, 24:35, Mark 13:31, Luke 21:33, John 6:63, 10:35, 17:17, 2 Timothy 3:15-17, and Ephesians 5:26-27). He said that it is the sword of the Spirit (Eph. 6:17). Yet Mr. Daly says that the Holy Spirit does not guide in the translation and copying of scripture!
Notice that the Bible originates with God (inspiration) and that God is also the one who KEEPS it (preservation).
2 Timothy 3:
 And that from a child thou hast known the holy scriptures, which are able to make thee wise unto salvation through faith which is in Christ Jesus.
 All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness:
 The words of the LORD are pure words: as silver tried in a furnace of earth, purified seven times.
 Thou shalt keep them, O LORD, thou shalt preserve them from this generation for ever.
Mr. Daly is clearly preaching the doctrines of devils, declaring that God's word has errors and that God is not preserving His word.