I pulled out my copy of About the New English Bible (Geoffrey Hunt, 1970, pp. 36-38) and browsed it briefly this morning. There are some differences between the two editions of the New Testament. A few are shown here in the table below:
|Mt 9:2b||...a paralytic lying on a bed||...a paralysed man lying on a bed|
|Acts 16:1b||...his father was a Greek||...his father was a gentile|
|Mt 6:3||You must therefore be all goodness, just as your heavenly Father is all good.||There must be no limit to your goodness as your heavenly Father's goodness knows no bounds.|
|Lk 1:34||'How can this be,' said Mary, 'when I have no husband?'||'How can this be?' said Mary; 'I am still a virgin.'|
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