"The original is what is inspired and inerrant and in so far as a translation accurately represents that original then you have an inspired and inerrant Bible." - Daniel Wallace
Daniel Wallace is one of the foremost authorities on this subject. He has written and taught on it for years. He was also involved in the John Ankerberg program that I have posted about before. I am attaching one of his well written articles as well.
For this post I want to consider some of the most common verses that are use by KJV-Onlyist's when they make their unfounded claims about the modern versions.
I recently took a trip over two days to celebrate my 11 year wedding anniversary. My wife and I went to Asheville to visit the Biltmore as well as travel the Blue Ridge Parkway which is a beautiful drive. I plan on returning at some point to ride more of it. We also went up to Mount Mitchell which is the highest point east of the Mississippi River. Beautiful scenery to be sure.
God has revealed Himself to man. He has revealed Himself both in natural revelation and special revelation. As much as we may think we know about God and as much as we may think we know theologically we must always keep in mind that the eternal God has only revealed a very small portion of Himself to us His creation. We have natural revelation to be sure, and we have 66 books in the canon of our Bible, but outside of that there is still much more that we would like to know. For now we must utilize what has been revealed and have faith that there is a reason for what has not been revealed.