Monthly Archives: March 2011

Original King James Bible

I just saw this story on CNN about a Church in England that discovered that their Church Bible is a 400 year old original King James/Authorized Version from the very first print run, and I thought I’d share it.  I wonder how … Continue reading

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An Undiscovered Gem: The Stone Edition Tanach–Pocket Sized Edition

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Today I return to my stack of Bibles-to-review, and I am really excited about getting to share this edition with you.  This time, I want to show off the Stone Edition Tanach (yes, Tanach is how Artscroll spells it).  The … Continue reading

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Single Column or Double Column?

Not that long ago, the vast majority of Bibles had more or less the same layout:  Two columns of text with each verse beginning on a new line.  These days, paragraph format is the norm for most Bibles, and single column Bibles … Continue reading

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Celebrating Purim: God Delivers from “Behind the Scenes”

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Purim begins on Sunday, March 20 (2011) and ends the next day.  What is Purim, you  ask?  To Christians, it may be one of the lesser known Biblical Holidays, as it is not mentioned directly in the New Testament.  Mordecai … Continue reading

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Poor in Spirit: Oswald Chambers on the Sermon on the Mount

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Last week, I saw a quotation from Oswald Chambers in the Billy Graham museum in Wheaton, and I thought it captured the essence of what it means to come to Christ.  It does not mean willing oneself to live perfectly as … Continue reading

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