Then why do you insist that one must know Greek to know the Truth?1. Through study and reflection upon multiple English translation that should progress to learning the translation process and all it entales.
To be able to interact with commentaries and writers who cite the languages (both Greek and Hebrew) and see if they are accurate.2. Why did you study Greek? It is obvious from your own actions you believe it was important to study Greek to know the Truth.
If the Gospel is not involved, then why do you capitalize the word "Truth?" Why insist that one must know Greek if what you say in #1 is true?3. That is your narrative. You're wrong. I'm trying to get people to really know the Truth. Not rely upon others but get it from the source. Just like those noble Christians at Brea.
The two lines argument has not been proven to be true, and it has not been proven that the two claimed lines were kept completely separate without any mixture.Depends on which line of manuscripts you follow.
Depends on which line of manuscripts you follow.
The oldest and most reliable are not the 'most reliable'.
Had the KJV-only view's trusted Church of England scholars in 1611 easily figured it out since they suggested that the NT writers quoted from the Greek Septuagint? Does your assertion suggest that the critics who made the KJV were not so well informed and studied on textual matters?This guy gets it. It's a pretty easy study. Most of it begins by figuring out that the Septuagint is a lie.