These are from the book that i am reading – The King James Version Debate: A Plea for Realism; By D.A. Carson
1. There is no unambiguous evidence that the Byzantine text-type was known before the middle of the fourth century.
2. The argument that defends the Byzantine tradition by appealing to the fact that most extant manuscripts of the Greek New Testament attest to this Byzantine text-type, is logically fallacious and historically naive.
3. The Byzantine text-type is demonstrably a secondary text.
4. The Alexandrian text-type has better credentials than any other text-type now available.
5. The argument to the effect that what the majority of believers in the history of the church have beleived is true, is ambiguous at best and theologically dangerous at worst; and as applied to textual criticism, the argument proves nothing very helpful anyway.
6. The argument that defends the Byzantine text by appealing to the providence of God is logically and theologically fallacious.
7. The argument that appeals to the fourth-century writing practices to deny the possibility that the Byzantine text is a conflation, is fallacious.
8. Textual arguments that depend on adopting the TR and comparing other text-types with it are guilty, methodologically speaking, of begging the issue; and in any case they present less than the whole truth.
9. The charge that the non-Byzantine text-types are theologically aberrant is fallacious.
10. The KJV was not accepted without a struggle, and some outstanding believers soon wanted to replace it.
11. The Byzantine text-type must not be thought to be the precise equivalent of the TR.
12. The argument that ties the adoption of the TR to verbal inspiration is logically and theologically fallacious.
13. Arguments that attempt to draw textual conclusions from a prejudicial selection of not immediately relevant data, or from a slanted use of terms, or by a slurring appeal to guilt by association, or by repeated appeal to false evidence, are not only misleading, but ought to be categorically rejected by Christians who, above all others, profess both to love truth and to love their brothers in Christ.
14. Adoption of the TR should not be made a criterion of orthodoxy.