Greetings bakatcha Steve!
Thanks so much for the videos as i was looking for something of this nature to re-investigate several of the issues you mention the good doctor covers.
As far as the KJV goes, to date it is not the most accurate of translations, though it has stood the test of time as a standard of authorization. There is also the problem of 15th century English not meaning hardly the same thing as modern vernacular.
If you are looking for greater accuracy written in current vernacular, check out the CSB --(Holman) Christian Standard Bible. It was just published in 2010. This is the best by far available today...and comes as an excellent study Bible chock full of resources. (This is the one that is given to the children (who do read scripture) on both sides of our family...and all their parents have since switched to the same.)
is a link that gives you access to it, as well as other potential word for word translations and dynamic equivalents available:
Another version that lends itself to greater accuracy than the KJV with current English usage, which is considered here to be second to the HCSB is the ESV.
If familiarity with scripture and it's language is not forte', the KJV is indispensible as so much of the study material available is written for this version...
...there may be something that is not known here re:KJV, and so those videos will be watched to see your point. For years as a child, the KJV/Thompson Chain Reference Bible was used and familiarized me with the scriptures as a whole as well as much background data relative to context.
Hoping this helps a bit in considerations for choosing a certain rendition and/or associative study resources.
There is nothing like meditating on memorized scripture though. No reading or study of the Bible will ever come close to revealing you as much and more than reading and study combined... and it changes us from the inside, as well recreating everything outside ourselves into a prosperity few come to understand the why and how.
(Ps. 1/Ps. 119).
Yeshua Ha'Maschiach bah!
Mara' Natha: baruch shalom chesed midat hadin.