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Discussion in 'General Baptist Discussions' started by jim62, May 6, 2012.
I can use some help with my Spanish, need some ideas or web-site that's good.
Find a good Spanish speaking Baptist church and attend a weekly Bible study. Take a Spanish Bible with you (but be sure it is KJV :smilewinkgrin: :tongue3
Immersion is the best. Let the pastor know that you would not want him to translate the study - other than the Bible reference - at first
Yea, Im attempting the same thing with Slovak right now.....:laugh:
I know that the Valera Revision 1960 is = to the KJV. I HAVE A BILINGUAL 1960 SPANISH, KJV BIBLE
Out of curiosity...why Spanish?
Actually not. The RVR 1960 differs from the KJV in many places. The "KJVO" equivalent crowd (at least in Mexico) have rejected the RVR in favor of the Gomez translation or the RVA (Antigua) versions.
Did everyone see where Fox News is now launching a new Spanish speaking channel?
NICE! :laugh: The women are (Ah, forgot this is a religious forum)
because shortly I'll be going back Home to Vineland NJ and opening up a rescue mission, and a large part of the people there are from PR