Anyways, my point was that you were basing your conclusions on a word that is not even in the original Greek documents. They could have used the word "other" instead of "unknown", but for whatever reason they didn't in those passages. They did, however, either use the word "other", or no word at all when discussing tongues in different verses in 1 Cor 14. So basically what I am trying to say is that unknown tongues, other tongues, or just tongues in 1 Cor 14 are all describing the same thing.
I use either the KJV or the NKJV. Both are pretty good versions. Granted, they do have a few translational errors (such as easter for passover in Acts 12:4) and a few words that were transliterated instead of translated (Baptizo should have been translated immurse instead of baptize/baptism). At any rate, I don't believe either are corrupt.
Also, I agree that Christ is the Way, the Truth, and the Life, and that the church should preach salvation. But, how does one obtain that salvation? I'm not saying earn, but simply recieve it. Also, how can one teach salvation without judging others or oneself? As Mike asked, How do you explain Jesus' command to "judge righteous judgement", and how can one "mark those that cause divisions" (Romans 16:17) without judging? Btw, the judging that Jesus is referring to in MT 7 is hypochritical judgin
Yeah, I know you're not saying I'm an idiot or not saved. That was just my smart-alleck way of saying that I agree that one doesn't need to be a genius Bible scholar in order to be saved. Anyways, it's not wrong to inform someone that they are not saved, or at least in danger of being lost. For instance, by telling people they need to repent Peter, Paul, and even Christ were in essence telling people they were not saved at that particular point in time.