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Inspired version compared with other Bible versions

Arthur Bernicie Phillips

Inspired version compared with other Bible versions

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Published by Herald Pub. House in Independence, Mo .
Written in English

  • Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints -- Doctrinal and controversial works,
  • Bible. -- Versions

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesBible. English. Selections. 19--
    Statementedited and arranged by A.B. Phillips.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination64 p.
    Number of Pages64
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17535679M

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Inspired version compared with other Bible versions by Arthur Bernicie Phillips Download PDF EPUB FB2

When comparing translations for a Bible verse, users can read the well-known translations including New International Version, King James Bible, The Message, Revised Standard Version, and English Standard Version, as well as more than 30 additional translations.

When reading Bible verses in different translations, users can compare word for. Get this from a library. The inspired version compared with other Bible versions. [A B Phillips; Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.].

This reference is best viewed with a frames compatible browser. If you would like the no frames version click here. The King James Version, for example, is based on Inspired version compared with other Bible versions book majority of the authoritative Greek texts.

About 98 percent of the known Greek manuscripts agree with the basic text of the King James Bible. Even the variations that do exist rarely affect the basic meaning in the remaining 2 percent of those manuscripts.

Quick Comparison of Bible Versions It is often said that all Bible versions are basically the same, that their differences are just minor wording changes. Read the following comparison between the King James Version and the best-selling modern Bible translation, the New International Version, and then decide for yourself whether or not this is true.

Inspired Version of the Bible: About Inspired Version Helpful Hints. Scriptures. Bible, Inspired Version Book of Mormon Doctrine and Covenants Lectures on Faith.

History. RLDS Church History Times and Seasons Messenger and Advocate Evening and Morning Star Other History Resources.

CONTENTS. Introduction Preface A revelation, given to Joseph. 17 rows  Comments: KJV is the most literal here. There is disagreement about whether the. CHAPTER 1. John THE WORD MADE FLESH.

In the beginning--of all time and created existence, for this Word gave it being (John John ); therefore, "before the world was" (John John ); or, from all eternity.

was the Word--He who is to God what man's word is to himself, the manifestation or expression of himself to those without him. now for ever. My favorite Bible version Inspired version compared with other Bible versions book by far the KJV, but from time to time, I see that other versions may, in my opinion, capture a verse or a clause better.

I don’t have one second favorite, but a number of them, that I turn to for a “a second opinion.”. Of the 5, Greek manuscripts that exist today, 99% of the text agrees word-for-word with the King James Bible. Only 1% agree with the other Bible versions. Of all the Onicals (which is text written in block capital letters), 97% of the text agrees word-for-word with the King James Bible.

Only 3% agree with the other Bible. THE BIBLE IS AN INSPIRED BOOK. The Bible is a supernatural Inspired version compared with other Bible versions book from God and has been both inspired and preserved by the Holy Spirit. THE CORRUPT FOUNDATION OF MODERN TRANSLATIONS.

The "other Bibles" which are so prevalent today are as dependable as quicksand. GOD'S BIBLE COMPARED WITH "ANOTHER BIBLE" 1 PETER The King James Version. The Joseph Smith Translation (JST), also called the Inspired Version of the Holy Scriptures (IV), is a revision Inspired version compared with other Bible versions book the Bible Inspired version compared with other Bible versions book Joseph Smith, the founder of the Latter Day Saint movement, who dictated "inspired changes and additions to scribes." Smith considered this work to be "a branch of his calling" as a was murdered before he ever deemed it complete, though.

Various Contradictions and Omissions in Bible Translations. This table compares various verses in the KJV, NIV, NASB, and NWT. The term "OMITTED" is used when either the phrase or the verse in question is omitted. This table is a very small sampling of contradictory verses, not an exhaustive one.

Joseph Smith’s Inspired Version of the Bible oseph Smith began work on his New Translationof the Bible in But unlike his other scriptures, it was not published during his Inspired version compared with other Bible versions book. It was first published by the RLDS church inalthough excerpts from it were published by the Mormon church in the Pearl of Great Price as early as File Size: KB.

Bible Versions and the Preeminence of Christ A table-style view of how our Lord is addressed in different Bible versions.

One of the fundamental deceptions being promoted by modern Bible publishers is that the new Bibles are merely in different styles of writing; that they are simply easier to read than the KJV; that nothing is being removed or.

In the second half of the 20th century, new Bible translations such as the New International Version, or NIV, began to emerge based on the vast treasure of early manuscripts.

The translators behind these Bible translations strived to present God’s Scripture in the form most true to the way it had originally been written.

They are, the King James Version of the Bible, the Book of Mormon (a record of the ancient inhabitants of the Americas, and more recently publicized as “Another Testament of Jesus Christ”), the Doctrine and Covenants (a numbered listing of prophecies and revelations received by Joseph Smith and subsequent prophets of the LDS Church), and the Pearl of Great Price.

Answer: The difference between the Catholic version of the Bible and other translations is that it has additional books contained in the Old Testament that other translations (NKJV, NIV, etc.) do not. These added books in the Catholic Bible are known collectively as the include such books as Tobit, Judith, 1 and 2 Maccabees, etc.

The Jews did not preserve these books. The 39 books of the Old Testament form the Bible of Judaism, while the Christian Bible includes those books and also the 27 books of the New Testament.

This list of books included in the Bible is known as the canon. That is, the canon refers to the books regarded as inspired by God and authoritative for faith and life. Omissions and Contradictions in Bible Translations [Courtesy KJBP] This table compares various verses in the KJV, NIV (New International Version), NASB, and NWT.

The term "OMITTED" is used when either the phrase or the verse in question is omitted. This table is a very small sampling of contradictory verses, not an exhaustive one.

The list below compares a few verses from the Inspired Version (IV) with corresponding verses from the New International Version (NIV) and the King James Version (KJV), which are the two most popular versions of the Bible in the United States according to the CBA, an association of Christian retailers.

It is interesting to note that the current. Author Unknown (Tentmaker editor: The following article is an excellent treatment of the King James Bible, often called the “Authorized Version”, versus other English Bible Translations article contains very valuable information not found in most material on this subject.).

For the word of God is quick, and powerful, and sharper than any twoedged sword, piercing. My 5 Favorite Bible Translations (with Reading Levels for 15 Popular Translations) One of the most common questions I get asked is, What is your favorite Bible translation.

Since I’m a bit of a “Bible junkie,” picking one is a bit of a challenge. What makes a Bible version “good” or “bad” and how can we tell the difference. The rapid increase in the number of major English Bible versions over the past two decades places these questions front and center for many Christians.

To answer them, one must understand the two schools of thought regarding Size: KB. Bring new meaning to your Bible study. When you don’t want to lose anything in the translation, the Classic Comparative Parallel Bible is a tool that lets you explore all the rich nuances of meaning in the Bible’s text without having to learn the original Biblical languages.

It sets four popular versions side-by-side for you to compare and contrast: the authenticity and /5(). You can view a total of up to five Bible translations in parallel in this manner.

Here’s what it looks like to view five different Bibles side-by-side. To remove a Bible translation, click or tap the button in the top right of the Bible panel. That’s how easy it is to compare different translations of the same Bible passage!Author: Andy Rau.

This most accurate Bible translation study will compare the King James and the New International Version, but most modern versions of the Bible make the same errors as the NIV.

If you read the ESV, RSV or any other Bible version, simply read each verse in your Bible. Examples of Changes in Different Bible Versions. Bill Brinkworth. (KJV): “And if any man shall take away from the words of the book of this prophecy, God shall take away his part out of the book of life, and out of the holy city, and from the things which are written in this book.” Other versions remove wording indicating that Jesus.

The first translation of the complete Bible into English was completed by John Wycliff inand now there are more different versions of English translations available than in any other language.

Here at we carry over 30 different English translations. This of course presents a considerable challenge when choosing a Bible. I stick to what I know works, and for me, the King James Version, the ESV, the NASB, and even the New King James Version are worthy of our attention and should be in every believer’s bookcase.

You may have other Bible translations that you don’t like and others that you do like that I have not mentioned here. If so, please leave a comment. Paperback. $ The Holy Scriptures, Inspired Version (Containing the Old and New Testaments, an Inspired Revision of the Authorized (King James) Version) Joseph Smith Jr.

out of 5 stars 9. Leather Bound. $ The Complete Joseph Smith Translation of the New Testament. Thomas A. Wayment/5(4). Old Testament, Inspired Version: New Testament, Inspired Version: Book of Mormon, RLDS: Doctrine and Covenants Sec.RLDS: Enter single words and/or phrases separated by commas, no quotation entering just a few letters of any word: For single words, also try searching using the WORD INDEXES above.

So, if the version is the only inspired version, he should be using that rather than the one he currently uses. If the KJV is the only inspired version of the English Bible, how did anyone get saved through the preaching of God’s Word in England in.

The fact is, faith comes by hearing, and hearing by the Word of Christ (Romans ). In terms of the Bible, it specifically refers to the list of the books that are inspired by the Holy Spirit and are thus are part of Sacred Scripture.

Therefore, the books in the Bible are called canonical and the books that are not determined to be inspired by God are extra-canonical (AKA – apocryphal). The Bible has been translated into many languages from the biblical languages of Hebrew, Aramaic and Latin Vulgate translation was dominant in Western Christianity through the Middle Ages.

Since then, the Bible has been translated into many more languages. English Bible translations also have a rich and varied history of more than a millennium.

The Bible is normally divided into two sections. The first section has 39 books containing “sacred pronouncements of God.” God inspired faithful men to write these books over a long period of time —about 1, years from B.C.E. to sometime after wrote mostly in Hebrew, so we call this section the Hebrew Scriptures, also known as the Old Testament.

The book went on to show that when compared to the Dead Sea Scrolls, the King James Bible is “ percent pure.” But because of the near-precise accuracy in the copying of the Masoretic texts, the Dead Sea Scrolls should be evaluated compared to the Masoretic texts, not the other.

This "Bible" can be considered the Jehovah's Witness Bible. Other denominations have exclusive translations as well, such as the Inspired Version, which is a partial translation exclusive to Mormonism (although, being a partial translation, is not their primary Bible).

Canonization. There are also many, many canons of the Bible. See here for a. Book of Mormon (English) Book of Mormon (Other Languages) Doctrine and Covenants Inspired Version (Bible) Inspired Version--Other Languages Sermons/Articles Slides Spanish Materials Teaching Aids Testimonies & True Stories Tracts Vacation Church School Videos/DVDs Word of Wisdom Zion & Zionic Living.

The Amplified Bible has it as “tenderhearted pity and mercy.” The NIV simply puts “compassion.” So, the KJV is the most literal in the above example, but the other translations certainly do justice to the verse.

The core meaning of the command is to have compassionate feelings. Most translations of the Bible are done by committee. Pdf people do not realize that the King James Pdf was not the first Modern English translation. There were actually 6 other translations published before the KJV: Someone may ask why the Wycliffe Bible is not included in the list.

It is not included for two reasons: The Wycliffe Bible was not in Modern English. It was in Middle English.