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slevesque
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Message 16 of 39 (557264)
04-24-2010 2:27 AM
Reply to: Message 15 by Dr Adequate
04-24-2010 1:22 AM


Usually only the original texts are considered inspired though

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slevesque
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Message 18 of 39 (557268)
04-24-2010 3:37 AM
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04-24-2010 3:13 AM


Exactly.

I would view it as simple to just take the earliest documents we have and simply translate them in whatever language you want. I cannot judge what they are trying to do here, but if it is anything other then that I'm against obviously.

I had heard however that there was a liberal trend to make a more politically correcte version of the Bible. I even came across an ''ecologist version'' of the Bible once.

Edited by slevesque, : to much liberal in one sentence.


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