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Holy Bible: Eight Translation New Testament

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The "Eight-Translation New Testament" allows you to read Eight translations side-by-side on each spread: "The Living Bible" King James Version "Phillips' Modern English" Revised Standard Version Today's English Version New International Version "The Jerusalem Bible" "The New English Bible"
Paperback, 1929 pages
Published March 23rd 1977 by Tyndale House Publishers
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Feb 03, 2012 Frank rated it it was amazing
Not all bibles are created equal. Besides the on going battle over various religions and their bible being correct and others having errors there are different ways to translate a bible. It doesn't necessarily make it right or wrong it is just how you interpret a Greek word or Hebrew word. In some cases there are a couple hundred ways to interrupt the same word into English. So this book gives you eight different translations side by side. It might be an old translation like the King James ...more
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