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What would history books look like if they were rewritten and revised every year

  1. andrew savage profile image60
    andrew savageposted 4 years ago

    What would history books look like if they were rewritten and revised every year like the bible?

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    cjcs138posted 4 years ago

    Have you ever noticed in your history class or science class that your book said 10th edition or some other edition? Like the bible the historical facts and contents  dont change. What does change however is style in which it written. Do you really believe that kids today read from the same history books their grandparents did? If you are seeking genuine answers to this question, you should go to biblegateway.com and to a comparison of what different translations of the bible says. You will see that even though style and the way in which things are said are change, the overall message and substance stay the same. If you dont trust the content there you could also go to a Barnes and Noble and compare a few different translations there. biblegateway.com will be easier though.

  3. Mary Neal profile image62
    Mary Nealposted 4 years ago

    Just stick with the King James Version, and ask the Holy Spirit to help you with understanding the archaic language. Seek and you shall find.

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      cjcs138posted 4 years agoin reply to this

      Not sure this is the best advice considering the evolution of language changes over time and the KJV could easily be misinterpreted by someone who is unfamiliar with the language from this time 16th -17th century

 
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