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The New Testament in Four Versions

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A unique opportunity is furnished friends of "Christianity Today" by the publication of this unique limited edition of the New testament in four versions. The reader has before him on facing pages parallel passages from the classic King James version and from three modern versions or translations- the revised Standard, Phillips Modern English, and the New English Bible.
Hardcover, First, Tenth Printing, 831 pages
Published 1970 by Christianity Today (first published 1963)
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Foxtower
Jan 25, 2013 Foxtower rated it liked it
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While it was interesting to read along an be able to compare different versions of the New testament, all of it was written in a fairly recent language and there isn't much different about the different versions. I think different translations of the Old testament are much funnier!
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