How is it that some Bibles have errors?

Posted by Luchen Bailey in Facebook's Pentecostal Theology Group View the Original Post

This brings up another question, How is it that some Bible do have errors in it. http://andnowyouknowmore.blogspot.com

This brings up another question, How is it that some Bible do have errors in it. Such as, King James II Printed in 1970. I have a copy and liked it, however it contains many typographical errors like duplicated words. Remember these are typographical errors.

John Kissinger [11/27/2015 12:28 PM]
http://religion.blogs.cnn.com/2011/05/13/half-of-new-testament-forged-bible-scholar-says/ Rick Wadholm Jr

John Kissinger [11/28/2015 3:42 PM]

Rick Wadholm Jr [11/28/2015 3:53 PM]
I love when KJV Only folks think they have developed an intelligent chart for a translation family tree. #cute

John Kissinger [11/28/2015 3:56 PM]
given any of them have actually SEEN a 1611 KVJ Ricky

Mines just fine thanks. Unicorns and all lol

Troy Day Troy Day says:

Lets say it: NLT Is just not a Bible

John Ruffle says:

It used ro be a crime to publish a copy of the Bible with errors in it; so my mother used tell me (the KJV is still Crown Copyright technically). She also told me that the very finest Bibles were printed on rice paper from China … and that if I was VERY hungry, I could eat them!

Michel Gutman says:

Starring with the King James Version, and it’s use of the word “Easter,” instead of Passover….

Carl Murphy says:

Some?