Just to be clear, "Tim and others" means 99%, at the minimum, of every orthodox scholar from properly accredited institutes of higher learning who have studied the subject.
Tim and others has posited that "orthodox scholarship" believes that our Lord set the example of citing errant manuscripts as Scripture. This presupposition he believes allows him to call every conservative English Translation whether based on the TR or CT as the Word of God.
And that includes the overwhelming number of Pastors from every Reformed denomination represented here on this board with the exception of a couple micro denominations I'd never heard of until joining.
Now that doesn't mean those scholars and pastors are right. It's just that to say they are wrong requires that one believe he has been gifted with some sort of secret knowledge or special intellectual insight that almost everyone else is blind to.
And to those who are unfamiliar with KJV Onlies way of thinking, "errant manuscripts" is their inside code for the Septuagint and the Majority Byzantine text, among others.
To them, if one were to do a revision of the collation of a half dozen Byzantine texts done by the Catholic Erasmus and change Book to Tree in Rev. 22:19 to reflect literally 98 percent of Byzantine manuscripts, those doing the revision would be in their eyes corrupting the Word of God.
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