Lost their voice?

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  1. Bugman

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    Is there documented evidence out there that translators who made modern translation have lost the ability to speak?

    I see this arguemnt used on Dial the Truth Ministires and Touchet Baptist Church's web page but are there any more, um, reputiable sites that has this same information on it that I can view?

    Bryan

    [ January 13, 2003, 04:41 PM: Message edited by: Kal-El ]
     
  2. Steve K.

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    Try biblebeliever.com
    Read Riplingers book "New Age Bible Versions"
     
  3. Ransom

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    Bugman asked:

    Is there documented evidence out there that translators who made modern translation have lost the ability to speak?

    Nope. Plenty of fundamentalist fish stories, though.

    [ January 13, 2003, 04:00 PM: Message edited by: Ransom ]
     
  4. Scott J

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    Be real! You aren't calling those nuts fundamentalists are you?

    The only things fundamental about them is that they are fundamentally dishonest, fundamentally warped, fundamentally deceived, fundamentally deceptive,...
     
  5. Siegfried

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    If one of them posted on Baptist Board, would he lose his ability to type?
     
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    [ January 13, 2003, 04:22 PM: Message edited by: Kal-El ]
     
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    lost ability to type. can now only copy and paste letters and words from internet.

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  8. Ransom

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    Siegfried asked:

    If one of them posted on Baptist Board, would he lose his ability to type?

    Well, speaking as a modern version user, I think taht's a really good qwuqestion and one that esttsmys a boyt ,pre omvestogatopm/ / /
     
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    hshddjkslakjd :eek:
     
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    I've always noticed that the more people agree with me on anything - any subject- the more sensible their statements and arguements turn out to be. Naturally, this extends to my opinions about translations. Isn't that a wondrous stroke of fortune, that I should be so lucky as to have oppinions that attract good sense like that?
     
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    Amazing the stories that folks come up with who have no evidence to support their position.

    Ad hominem attacks on people should be "below" the radar of God-fearing Baptists, but . . . :rolleyes:
     
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    Actually, I think you have this story somewhat backward. It is the KJV onlyist who lose their ability to think rationally.

    [ January 16, 2003, 11:45 PM: Message edited by: Terry Herrington ]
     

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