"Hold fast the form of sound words, which thou hast heard of me, in faith and love which is in Christ Jesus." - 2 Timothy 1:13 What does the above verse mean? When reading the Holy Bible, should we discern the words written in that Bible using today's definitions or using the definitions contained within the Bible or at least within a dictionary authored closest to the authorship of the Bible? If a word such as "gay" means something in one Bible but the word changes meaning in the world should we create a new Bible to have the appropriate meaning or just leave the word out altogether, since the world now considers it to mean something else? How about a word like "marriage"? If "marriage" once met a union between one man and one woman and today means a union between a man and a man or a woman and a woman or in the future could mean even more detestable things such as a polygamous union or a union between a man and a beast, do we again need to create a new Bible with a new word which means only the union between a man and a woman? What if it is for less controversial words? If words change meanings with the passing years, should we keep issuing new Bibles whenever the meaning of a word contained in the previous Bible changes?