Have you ever wondered how many versins there are of the Bible? If so, here is where you can count.
ASV American Standard Version
ABP+ Apostolic Bible Polyglot (w/Strong's numbers)
BBE Bible in Basic English
Brenton Brenton's English Septuagint
CEV Contemporary English Version
Darby Darby Bible
DRB Douay-Rheims Bible (w/Deuterocanon)
ERV Easy-to-Read Version
EMTV English Majority Text Version
ESV English Standard Version
GW God's Word
GNB Good News Translation
ISV International Standard Version
Murdock James Murdock New Testament
JPS Jewish Publication Society Old Testament
JUB Jubilee Bible
KJV_BRG King James BRG Bible
KJV King James Version
KJV+ King James Version (w/Strong's Numbers)
LEB Lexham English Bible
LITV Literal Translation of the Holy Bible
MKJV Modern King James Version
RV Revised Version
TLV Tree of Life Version
Webster Webster Bible
WNT Wymouth New Testament
WEB World English Bible (w/Apocrypha)
YLT Young's Literal Translation
AMP Amplified Bible
CJB Complete Jewish Bible
HCSB Holman Christian Standard Bible
NASB New American Standard Bible
NET New English Translation
NIV New International Version
NKJV New King James Version
NLT New Living Translation
NRSV New Revised Standard Bible
RSV Revised Standard Version
MSG The Message
Wuest Wuest's Expanded Translation
NRSV-CE New Revised Standard Version, Catholic Anglicized Edition
Bishops Bishop's Bible (w/apocrypha)
Geneva Geneva Bible (w/apocrypha)
These are the choices you have if you are using E-Sword. Over time I have 26 of these on my computer. I'm sure there are a lot more out there.
Free online source with Tons of bibles
http://thebiblecorner.com/englishbibles … sis/1.html
There is only 0ne true bible. There are loads of TRANSLATIONS.
The problem is there are also quite a few manuscripts as well. The better translations use more than one manuscript. There is only ONE correct understanding of scripture (tho some passages carry more than one meaning.) It is not possible to properly understand scripture without the help of the Holy Spirit. That is why we always recommend personal study .
When it appears that there are conflicting scriptures it is a sign that you do not have truth on that scripture because NO SCRIPTURE DISAGREES WITH ANOTHER, THEY ALL AGREE, as Christians are also supposed to do.only when there is true understanding of scripture can we be of ONE SPIRIT as the scriptures require
Be careful because many of the translations teach the false doctrines of the translators
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