What Bible version is the most faithful to God’s Word? That question primarily hinges on two points: (1) the Greek and Hebrew textual base for the version, and (2) the version’s translation philosophy. Here is an introduction to (1), the most faithful textual base for the Greek New Testament: the Majority Text.
In the 1800’s 3 or so ‘Critical Texts’ were found in Egypt that differed 8-13% from the texts that the Church historically had always been using. Almost all Bible versions are largely based off of these inferior critical texts today. Read here as to why the majority Church history view is correct (1 Tim. 3:15):