This is place for you make your case for these claims.
Priorly you mentioned that:
And the accuracy of the Bible is amazing, there were scrolls containing old testament books knows as the dead sea scrolls which are scientifically dated centuries before Jesus's birth, which are exactly the same as the old testament we translate the Bible from today except for like 7 words and 14 letters, which mean the same thing as what we have for them
This is completely untrue so your credibility is already in question.
If the Bible really was Godly Made you would expect that there would be one Bible, not many.
While it certainly would be nice if there were a single ultimately authoritative Bible, I don't think that smaller fragments of that Bible would unnecessarily be invalid.
But then again, how can we expect that there be an "Unabridged Complete Thoughts of God" Bible? Wouldn't that require infinite length? Still, a few more details on certain topics would be nice.
Topic probably closing soon. Time to mine out some specific themes for the next version. How about something "King James" specific? Or perhaps something about those "thousands of fulfilled prophesies"?
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If there was such a thing as "The Bible" that was Godly Made, I would expect that it contained one set of books. That simply does not exist. Even the Western Canon has gone through revisions over the years and there are many books actually referenced in the included books of the Western Canon that were themselves not included.
As to a next thread, the idea of looking at the KJV and how it was created to be a politically correct book might be interesting.