I found some reasons to delete the name Jehovah/Yahweh, pagans.<quoted text>
While you are examining the original manuscripts maybe you shoul examine why the King James translators removed God's name (JEHOVAH) over 6,000 times from his own book?????
To quote you, "The Bible says not to change the script, and then tells you to beware of the ones who do change it."
I check a few sites that give reasons for not putting in the name.
Acutually because they are trinitarins and hate that name to be used consistently in the bible.
Support of Trinitarian Doctrine
When Rome voted to adopt the Trinity doctrine of
the numerous Pagans in her empire - The Name of
God - YHWH (translated Jehovah in English)-
interfered and hindered the Newly Adopted teaching
That Jesus was the Almighty God - Jehovah.
Rome paid her translators to remove God's name
almost Seven Thousand Times (7,000) from the Bible.
"In the first two centuries nearly all the
various readings of the New Testament came
into existence, the majority of them by
deliberate alteration of the text...in the
interests of (the trinity) dogma..."
-the Encyclopedia of Religion and Ethics;
The Bible in the Church
"Codex B (Vaticanus)...was altered by a later hand
in more than two thousand places. Eusebius, therefore,
is not without grounds for accusing the adherents
of....the newly-risen doctrine of the trinity
of falsifying the Bible..."
-(Fraternal Visitor 1924, p. 148;
translated from Christadelphian Monatshefte).
"The removal of the Tetragrammaton (Jehovah)
from the New Testament and its replacement
with the surrogates KYRIOS and THEOS blurred
the original distinction between the Lord God
and the Lord Christ, and in many passages
made it impossible which one was meant.
As time went on...it was often impossible
to distinguish between them. Thus it may be
that the removal of the Tetragrammaton (Jehovah)
contributed significantly to the later...Trinity "
- George Howard, Bible Scholar ;
The Name of God in the New Testament,
BAR 4.1 (March 1978), pg 15
if anyone takes words away
from this book of prophecy,
God will take away from him
his share in the tree of life."
Looks like the translators of KJV are guilty of a unforgiveable sin and condemed by their own tranlation itself, karma.