I'm going by the version that clearly teaches salvation by grace and not by works. It's in all the versions you mentioned. In fact the version I use in daily life comes from manuscripts older than the Vulgate.<quoted text>
Which version of the Bible are you going by?
Who wrote the Bible that you have in your possession?
I doubt it was one of the ORIGINAL Bibles because the Church of Rome burned the ORIGINALS and KILLED the OWNERS for having them or anyone in possession of one or Mothers for teaching their children the Lord's Prayer.
The Church of Rome had Saint Jerome http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jerome translate the Bible into LATIN... read about it.
"He was given duties in Rome, and he undertook a revision of the Latin Bible, to be based on the Greek manuscripts of the New Testament. He also updated the Psalter containing the Book of Psalms then at use in Rome based on the Septuagint. Though he did not realize it yet, translating much of what became the Latin Vulgate Bible would take many years and be his most important achievement (see Writings– Translations section below)."
DID YOU SEE THE WORDS HE UPDATED THE PSALTER CONTAINING THE BOOK OF PSALMS? That means he changed it.
Now, from translation to translation to translation to translation words change the ORIGINAL meaning to different things... and in certain cases part of the text was taken out. This was mans doing not Christs doing. Christ wanted HIS word to go forth not mans.
If you had real knowledge of what was taught in the New Testament, the translations wouldn't be an issue any more than the Book of Mormon being translated into over 50 languages would be. A translation does not automatically mean a change in meaning. And as many of the translations you refer too can still be found, feel free to prove me wrong. All the translations demonstrate the change in language over time, not a change in meaning. And if the KVJ isn't correct, why isn't the JST the official version of the Bible for the church? Doesn't the Mormon church trust it's own founder? Apparently not.