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    you can't always be sure about what man writes but you can be sure that God won't let things into his word that shouldn't be there alot of people are trying to discredit the Bible these days so that there will be less believers We should be trying to make the Bible a good thing and spread the word after all we could be in our last days and when we do get there what are you going to use as an excuse {well there may have been something I didn't get} come on this is a study of his words and lots of things he has done and still can

    octobreeze
    December 20, 2009
    7:45 PM
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    One VERY big problem I have with the Bible (even though I believe it contains parts of God's word is that nobody really knows how many letters and whatnot that were destroyed or purposely left out of the Bible because so-and-so didn't want to butt heads with the Emporer. Another problem that I have is time has worn away texts so that they have holes in them or will disintegrate at first touch, and some have disintegrated all together.

    Lavender
    November 4, 2009
    3:58 PM
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    when viewing dates it seems no one is at belief net anymore. this is a new profile of mine after I left long ago and see that many changes have taken place. Is bnet realy this slow now?

    Gad_
    November 3, 2009
    9:14 AM
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    Hi, new here. I'm looking forward to meeting some new folks and learning some new things. I write blogs based on scripture, psychology and humor, and am always looking for ways I can offer others more and be more helpful to them. Can't wait to hear some new viewpoints--and eventually maybe offer a few of my own!

    Leemcb
    October 1, 2009
    6:10 AM
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    About five or so years ago, a minister suggested that I buy a new revised Bible because several errors of fact and/or translation had been corrected. I did so, but was turned off by the stark, unfeeling language of the emended editions. I love the beauty and poetry of the King James Version. So, errors or not, I have continued to read that edition, because it speaks to my heart as well as to my head and to my soul. Does anyone know of a Bible that contains the corrections but utilizes the beauty and power of the King James Version? Yours in Peace, Quakertrucker

    Quakertrucker
    September 7, 2009
    12:44 AM
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    yup. anyways have a blesses day

    holyone30num1
    August 21, 2009
    6:02 AM
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    many are decieved , and will serve false preachers, teachers,that leads then no were to heaven gaining money, fame, power etc, with fasle hopes, in vain, instead following jesus and god true church and truth doctrines, and people ways -holy bible to heaven, to everlasting life....

    moses26
    August 13, 2009
    1:19 AM
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    I believe you are correct the KJV is with out doubt the most accurate in the English. Most modern translations are not that good some are out right deceptions. Denis.

    DNT
    July 25, 2009
    5:13 PM
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    What is wrong with the King James Version of 1611. I believe it will be the version that you will be judged by at the end time. What if it is contaminated also, but it is the best that we have. St John 5;43 I am come in my Father's name, and ye receive me not: (Jesus)if another shall come in his own name, him ye will receive. (Paul) Isaiah 14;14 and 13 (New religious movement, Elijah's Church)

    Elijah
    June 28, 2009
    3:16 PM
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    It doesn't matter to me which translation or even which religous text you use. You either see Gods tyruth or you do not.

    James1951
    May 19, 2009
    2:24 PM
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