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  • Pros And Cons Of Bible Translation

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    content and structure of the bible when it is translated. One factor is emotional attachment to already familiar version. Since the group of people revising the bible are Christians themselves, they must have studied an already existing version for their whole life. This is impossible to ignore and it appears intactly on their work, like King James Version (KJV) and Revised Korean Version (RKV). Another factor is the difference in languages. This is important because the structure of language is different

  • Follow The Commandments - Or Else Essay

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    There are public institutions that want the Ten Commandments displayed. If that is done the penalty for breaking a commandment should also be displayed. The New Testament teaches that the Old Testament should be obeyed. This includes both the Commandments and the results of not following the Commandments.Jesus said in John 10:35"Scripture cannot be broken."This statement was made after he had said in John 5:46-47"For had ye believed Moses, ye would have believed me; for he wrote of

  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of Njv

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    in the US. These facts will become more important as we talk about the transatlantic cooperation that led to the creation of another very important, the Revised Version (RV) and subsequent translations that were developed in the US. The need for a revision in the latter half of the 19th century came from research pertaining to the Greek version used to produce the KJV translation. It was stipulated that this new research shed light

  • The Parable Of The Good Samaritan

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    required me to read the Parable of the Good Samaritan in at least two different versions of the Bible. Therefore, I decided to read this passage with New International Version, The Message by Eugene Peterson, English Standard Version, and Korean Revised Version. I decided to read in Korean as well because I wanted to have better verbatim understanding of the passage. After reading the passage for three times in each version, I reflected on my role as a Christian and my understanding of a neighbor. Reading

  • Educational Micro Perspective

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    (2007). Workplace changes and workplace learning: advantages of an educational micro perspective. International Journal of Lifelong Education, 26(6), 675-688. doi:10.1080/02601370701711364 Crossway Bibles. (2007). ESV: Study Bible : English standard version. Wheaton, IL: Author. Fischer, K. (2016). Presentation: Lesson 6 – Leadership; A Personal and Organizational Perspective. [online presentation]. Retrieved from Course Content Module/Week 3 site: https://learn.liberty

  • Comparison Of King James Version And English Standard Version

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    witnesses against their own sins, and summons them to judgment. They try to believe it is false and useless, because they don’t like to believe it is true.” J.C. Ryle. Before I begin I would like to say that I use both the King James Version and English Standard Version. I have nothing against the KJV and I believe it is an inspired word of God. The problem is I don’t believe it is the only inspired word of God. Many will tell you that the KJV is the truest of trues and it is perfect and they may not

  • Business For the Glory of God Essay

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    Some, mistakenly, even go as far as believing that in a perfect world one would not own personal possessions (Grudem, 2003). The rebuttal presented by Grudem is Biblically grounded in the Ten Commandments; “You shall not steal” (New International Version, Exodus 20:25). If ownership in and of itself was a sin, then the Bible would address ownership, not theft. When discussing ownership, John Sullivan defines ownership as essentially who is in charge and who has to be consulted before making any major

  • Is God A Christ?

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    various ways Romans 9:4-5 has been treated over the centuries. The different degrees of emphasis placed on Christ’s divinity can be seen when comparing the word order and punctuation used in the New Revised Standard Version, the Geneva Bible, and the New Living Translation. The New Revised Standard Version (1989) places Christ at the pinnacle of creation as it translates Paul’s discussion of the importance of the Jewish people and their relationship with God: “They are Israelites, and to them belong

  • Evolution Of Dm Essay

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    leading to the creation of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders or DSM. The DSM continued to be updated, publishing more current versions, even still today. Currently, there are five versions, but this won’t be the end of the manual. It has been made clear that changes will continue to meet the most current research and standards in mental health. Classification of mental illnesses

  • Bible And Leadership In The New Oxford Annotated Bible

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    worship over societal rules “Why do your disciples break the tradition of the elders? For they do not wash their hands before they eat.” Jesus answered them “And why do you break the commandment of God for the sake of your tradition?” (New Revised Standard Version, Matthew 15.2,3) Jesus rocked the establishment saying that the society should never trump the reason for society and that is the commandment. Jesus was also a hero since he was responsible for great causes and noble works. In Jesus’s time