That's a lie. They had the original manuscripts to go by, along with everyone else. When you read the original manuscripts, the KJV is very close, with a few things that could go either way, but everything on Salvation is the same.<quoted text>
May I ask you one simple question? Do you think the Apostle John contridicted himself when he said at John 1:1 "The word was God" then in John 1:18 he said,"No man hath seen God at any time;" Yet man has seen Jesus! Can you explain that contridiction?
Jehovah's Witnesses did not change verses. They had access to more accurate manuscripts that were not available to the King James translators and therefore they were able to make a more accurate translation.
Bible translator William Tyndale made a translation from the Catholic Bible and the King James Version is largely William Tyndale's translation. May I suggest you do some basic research?
And one more question: Where in the Bible do I find the word 'TRINITY'? I can answer for you: It is not in there! Do you wonder why?
The JW bible has been changed in several different places. When reading it, it's hard to pick up on, because it's mostly subtle changes, but when you start adding up the changes, it's obvious they've changed it, to change the meaning.
Anyone who has actually taken a look at the original manuscripts will tell you the same thing!