Are modern bible translations corrupt?
I have faced this “King James Only” argument in the past but it has been about 20 years. There are many advocating more often now, including Atheists that modern translations (NKJV, NIV, NASB, etc) are dangerous and based upon corrupted manuscripts - particularly taking issue with Alexandrian regional manuscripts.
I can personally give 25 years of backing that I own KJV, NKJV and NIV (1984), including an NASB/NIV/Greek parallel and have never found any corruption or contradiction either in essential doctrine (God, Jesus, Holy Spirit, Salvation, etc) or meaning. I have them all, not due to a lack of confidence in any of them, but wanting a deeper, thorough insight. Beside, not even all manuscripts are word for word accurate within themselves but there are enough to know and compile inerrant meaning from God.
Could someone speak to this and maybe provide some creditable resources, not just for myself, but anyone who may stumble upon this issue.