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Discussion in 'Bible Versions/Translations' started by Yeshua1, Aug 23, 2013.
was it the Vulgate? geneva? or nothing until that version?
I would venture to say that the Wycliffe's Bible, Tyndale's Bible, Coverdale's Bible, Mathews Bible, Taverner Bible, "Great" Gible, Geneva Bible, & Bishop's Bible are all on someone's "pre-1611 good line of English Bibles" list, with only SIX of the above usually included, in order to make the KJV the 7th in the line, so KJVOs can claim the "purification" process culminated in the KJV!
Sportzz fanzz, that is more KJVO jive. GOD'S words were pure the instant He spoke them! They needed NO purification, especially by men!
Interesting that even after the "oerfect" 1611 version wascompleted, many still chose to keep on using the Geneva instead, especially among "reformation" persons!