The KJV may be the most poetic of the English offerings, and I have no doubt its translators acted in earnest and with humility.
But the KJV has quite a few errors, the most well known being the mistranslation of the word for "murder" as "kill" in the Sixth Commandment. Six is the second of the so-calked 'man-ward' commandments. That's a high profile mistake.
While I’m theist (and given what I believe about myself, that's not going to change), I still think it's an incredible and foolhardy leap to assume an omnipotent creator would share any more than basic sentience and intelligence with Its creations. We humans are still half-savage animals. And yet, by divine action, just this once, translational errors (some of them more than a thousand years old) were corrected by these translators and them alone - despite themselves.
As I said before, "...show humility in the face of our nescience, and admit that we humans and our works are always going to be fallible."
At this stage in our evolution, the best we could do with even a tiny fraction of the omniscience you believe the creator shared with those translators is to devise new ways to brutalise and slaughter each other.