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Friday, August 19, 2011

The New European Version

Today's new version of the Bible is called the New European Version. It is, according to the website, a "remediation into modern English of the New Testament as found in the KJV and ASV." In some difficult or controversial areas, a new translation is provided. Downloads are available in PDF format.

3 comments:

  1. Do you know just what changes have been made? I can't seem to find any definite info on exactly what this version is. It does seem to be more like the ASV, but I'm not sure how much it differs.

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    1. This version changes some verses to fit Christadelphian theology on topics such as the Trinity (see John 1:1), the pre-existence of Christ (see Colossians 1:17) and possibly others.

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  2. It is a heretical twisting of scripture with an outrageous commentary. The dishonesty of the commentator, one Duncan Heastor, becomes apparent in John 12 vv 40 to 42. He conspicuously skips over v 41 which speaks of the pre =- existence and Deity of the Lord Jesus Christ.

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