Originally Posted by Justin Angel
Ron, I read in a piece of Catholic apologetic literature that the King James Version
contains "hundreds of theological errors". I am wondering what kind of errors
these can possibly be.
That sounds like something of an exaggeration to me. There are errors in the KJV due to the use of a limited selection of manuscripts, and also some confessional bias in that the KJV was written during a time of opposition between the Anglicans and Catholics.
I've not studied the KJV extensively enough to list its errors, but I don't think it is as unreliable as that apologetic piece is saying. Most translations, even if far from perfect, are still sufficient for the vast majority of the truths of the Word of God to shine through.