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Comment: I find it odd that

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I find it odd that

people refer to the "King James Bible." Do any of them know why there is such a thing as "The King James Bible?" Wasn't it because he wanted to get a divorce and re-marry, but his church (catholic church which has a tint of paganism, I was raised catholic so don't get angered at me) was against divorces, so he redacted the bible and named the newly redacted bible that of his own. Seems like a moral thing to do #sarcasm.

Also, I do not claim to be knowledgeable about the bible, but in the old testament, didn't the peasants want to elect a king, and Moses or somebody said that the only king man shall have is that of God himself, for an Earthly king would be of no help to man, or no friend of thine? (Not the exact words, but basically a message of that sort.)

Sorry for the 3rd degree, but when I hear Christians refer to the "King James Bible," I wonder if they even understand the word of god at all... Don't they see the blatant hypocrisy there?lol

“When a well-packaged web of lies has been sold gradually to the masses over generations, the truth will seem utterly preposterous and its speaker a raving lunatic.” – Dresden James