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Discussion in '2004 Archive' started by Salty, Jan 31, 2004.
Just came across this interesting web site blueletterbible.org . Any comments?
I find it deceptive.
It does not note that the KJV there
is KJV1769 (as opposed to the other common
two: KJV1611 and KJV1873).
The notes on Ruth 3:15 do not note
(as does the KJV1611) that the sources
(one of which is available) have the
he/she difference at the end of the verse.
I'll not be bookmarking it.
I love blueletterbible. It's a quick and easy way to look things up when I'm online. I use it when I quote scripture as part of a response here.
Yes my friend, but as you pointed out in a reply to me previously, there are even some Bibles that do not give which KJ revision they are.
I must dissent from your, "Thumbs Down", so to speak, and say I whole-heartedly endorse this sight, I find it extremely valuable.
For the record, there is a Help FAQ available on Blueletterbible regarding the KJV...
I like it! I can have a parallel comparison of several translations on my screen, or I can look at various comentaries, I find it a valuable Scripture study resource!
It's by far the most useful spot I've found for Bible study. It's great.