I trust the word of God in the KJV
and have no reason to delve into questions about the inerrancy of the Bible from those who question the inerrancy of the word of God translated into the KJV.
In other words...
"I'm right and you can't convince me otherwise."
How about answering the question I asked, marke?
Are you aware that in the case of Paul's Epistles at lest, Paul expected, even commanded, his letters to the churches and groups he wrote to to be copied and shared with other believers in the vicinity of where he sent the letters?
You realize that the people who copied those letters in order to share them with their brothers and sisters in Christ were not nearly as strict with their copying methods as those who later on were actually dedicated to the task of doing so to preserve them, right?
As believers, we have a RESPONSIBILITY to know what is right, and to teach that, not to just believe whatever we want because it makes us feel good, or because we're too stubborn to consider any other opinion than our own, or because we refuse to be swayed by the rational arguments of others due to our own a priori
Ideas (which include beliefs) have consequences, marke. Yours are no different. Your beliefs have consequences.