and how Kathy Lee Gifford went terribly, horribly wrong.
1. She did not understand certain passages of the Bible and apparently had difficulty in particular with the KJV.
2. She put her trust in men who call themselves rabbi and google translator.
3. Her rabbi’s had newly found “wisdom” of the Hebrew and Greek which she put her faith in.
It matters where you put your trust. I put mine in the authorized KJV. Why? Number one the translation was authorized under King James, a King appointed by God. It was done by learned men inspired by the Holy Ghost. It is without error. Most translations are just the hubris of men who say to themselves they are worthy and ignore the warnings in Revelation not to add nor take away from the word of God.
Keep in mind if you accept google translator or the new found “wisdom” of some guru your translation is more recent and probably not as accurate as the KJV. Hebrew has basically been revived from a dying language since around 1950. Greek though still spoken has undoubtedly undergone changes since biblical times.
So did Jesus speak old english? No, but his servants under King James did. If you have trouble understanding, pray to the Lord for understanding, don’t seek out men who call themselves rabbi. We have one Rabbi – Jesus!