They words are pure

1 Peter 2:2 As newborn babes, desire the sincere milk of the word, that ye may grow thereby:

Is God’s word “preserved” somehow in the mix of over a hundred English-language “translations” of the Bible?

Does adulterated milk count as “preserved”, or can you say it is “pure milk” if it is watered down?
http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/adulterate

Examples of “adulterate”:

  1. The company is accused of adulterating its products with cheap additives.
  2. <the company was fined for adulterating its “all beef” frankfurters with cereal>

But if a farmer who sold you two quarts of milk and you found out it was two quarts of a mix with one-part milk and one-part water, would you want your money back?

But the farmer says, hey no problem, you got 100% milk, it’s just in two different places, and if you’re smart about it and study it right you can boil it down to the pure preserved 100% milk.

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