There is a lot of controversies about which biblical version must be considered “legitimate”. The enemy of faith is happy to show that Christians cannot even agree about which version can be trusted. Believers vary greatly, with some expressing very logical and reasonable conclusions, others seem to be mostly according to tradition or emotion.
Do many people and trials claim the only legitimate Bible version is the King James version but is this true? With various biblical versions out there, are all other versions that don’t have to be trusted? You can read bible statistics from the bible history timeline online at https://amazingbibletimeline.com/blog/q10_bible_facts_statistics/.
Let’s start with extreme cases. If the King James version is truly the only legitimate, people who don’t speak English without God’s Word! What is good will be a Roman or Esther Bible will be someone if they don’t understand the language?
Should we demand other language speakers first learn “old English” before they can read the Bible? Realistically, if we demand that the Bible be studied in its original language, they will not study in “old English”.
In fact, the scholars agreed that the Bible, from the incident to Revelation, was composite, written for several 2,000 years – but “written” by one God when he revealed the truth to the man led by His Holy Spirit.
Because cultural change does occur, and because the authors are truly scattered in time and location, there are actually several languages involved. In general, the Old Testament is partly arranged in Hebrew and partly in Aramaic. On Jesus’ Day, Hebrews and Aram were spoken, but most of the New Testament scripts were recorded in Greek.