- Jul 18, 2017
Not true. It wasn't until the publication in 2001 of the English Sanctified Version. Unlike the KJV it is free from all the odious and contemptible corruptions of Popery and Romish doctrine.
Making false accusations against faithful Christian men of outstanding learning and piety is as despicable (and sinful) as promoting corrupted bible translations. If you want to talk about connections to Rome, you should be talking about Westcott & Hort, who started all this nonsense with their Revised Version in 1881.
And if you are calling the ESV "the English Sanctified Version" it means you know nothing about this corrupt bible version either. It is no different than any of the others.
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