What Bible version is the RKJV?
05-22-2011, 05:28 PM (This post was last modified: 05-26-2011 01:20 PM by Vic.)
[split] What's the True Name of God?
(05-22-2011 04:40 PM)Rose of Shushan Wrote:Quote:I'll give you a puzzle to solve. If what I'm saying to you about the yah or Yeh sound is wrong. Would you please explain to me why the KJV gave rights over to reproduce their bible in the following format.
Allow me to answer for the scholar above.
RKJV is a sacred name version which is said to have "restored" the KJV---and all they have done is change the 'name' words in the KJV.
Quote:"The Lite version of the Restored King James Version was derived from the King James Version by replacing "god", "gods", "God" by the corresponding el, elah, eloah, or elohim; "the LORD" by YHWH or YHWiH; as indicated by Strong's Concordance. It also replaces "Jesus" with "Yehoshua". Unlike the regular Restored King James Version, it does not attempt to modernize any other English. The Lite RKJV is intended for those who prefer the old English wording. " rkjv.org/
There's a similar attempt at the sacred name/hebrew roots site of eliyah.com. And of course many other similar attempts to create THE sacred name version---problem is the sacred namers can't even agree amongst themselves which is the 'correct' and TRUE name.
RKJV--It's not actually a new translation and the term 'scholars' doing the translation for it need not be applied. They have taken the KJV and put in the different words for God, etc. which may or may not be the Hebrew or Greek from the original used manuscripts.
As was noted in the article about the Name> http://www.seekgod.ca/htname.htm
Quote:Those who promote this conspiratorial concept might be interested to know that there is actually a translation code that was followed by the King James translators, as well as other modern translators, so that English readers can actually understand how the Hebrew is relative to the English translation. It is as follows:
Quote:"If the King James Version agreed with all the information we’ve seen about the “Yeh” sound being with the name why they would produce a version with the “Yeh” sound, or am I just the first of many to explain this to you in a sound way. Maybe I got a hold of their ear too."
Yes, like the KJV translators from 400 years ago got up and decided to do a sacred name version just so neary would have something to quote from.
And suggesting the Hebrew Elijah wasn't in the Greek manuscripts ... well big surprise. There are no original hebrew matthews or other original hebrew NT gospels or other. The NT was in GREEK. Elias was transliterated from Helias-not helios--GREEK---and means ELijah in Hebrew.
So much for the never ending pseudo--scholarship---meaning lack of scholarship of nearyah and HR etc. And the btw, that was THAYERS that was sourced not Strong's in nearyas attempt to twist even that.
And yes we well know the constant put downs of the Greek versus Hebrew and the conspiracy of the massorites to corrupt the Bible...but not just the OT but the NT--which they didn't write or translate. Oh well. Details.
Here's the deal. Nearyah---this thread is closed to you. Don't post on this thread again. Thank you for abiding the forum rules and admin decisions.
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