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Christopher000 wrote:
Since this thread is dead...
I downloaded E-Sword last night after reviewing some other paid software and really like it. Not all have an integrated note pad, etc. I downloaded several modules as well. What's nice is that there are 3rd party sites dedicated to e-sword modules which have a wealth of everything.
While in Romans, I clicked on something which brought up a window linked directly to SermonAudio! The window provided lists of sermons related directly to the book being read...pretty neat.
Anyway, I'm wondering about Bibles since there are so many. Can anyone tell me the few that are the most accurate? So far, I have the KJ, the modern KJ, and a literal translation. How about the new KJ?
KJV uses archaic language and is defunct for most moderns:

Replying to Sam Gipp on KJV Onlyism: Episode 4

11/16/2012 - James White
In this episode Sam Gipp attempts to explain away the archaic language of the King James Version.

http://aomin.org/aoblog/index.php?itemid=5311

The KJV doesn't work for evangelism either since many of its words are obsolete.

"Just because your forefathers used it doesn't mean we should."



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