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#11 Olaf Bacon

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Posted 04 December 2021 - 05:04 AM

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The website where the text of KJ3 can be viewed, in separate books in PDF format, and which can be downloaded in PDF format from that website, is https://www.sgpbooks...d-kj3-here.html The KJ3 Literal Translation Bible - 2006 Edition.
In the e-Sword version, on the option Bible, Information, we read that "This translation is made available by permission. PDF files of the individual books can be found at http://www.sgpbooks....re/info_16.html". On the e-Sword copy, option Bible, Information, there is a list of the books by Jay P. Green, one of which is listed as: KJ3 Literal Translation New Testament Word for Word English Translation From The Greek Textus Receptus Text. 2006. 
 
On the website, the name of the complete Bible is indicated as follows: KJ3—Literal Translation Bible - 2006 Edition Copyright © 2005 — By Jay P. Green, Sr. — All Rights Reserved.
The book of JOHN is available in PDF format, http://www.sgpbooks....05/KJ343Jon.pdf and this is indicated in the footer of each page, as: KJ3—Literal Translation Bible - 2005 Edition Copyright © 2005 — By Jay P. Green, Sr. — All Rights Reserved.
 
The above suggestions by Bible Support members will enable you to quickly make a complete concordance of every word, in English, of the Book of John. May I suggest that you use the 2005 © copyright version by Jay P Green, which you will find in the KJ3 Bible, on Bible Support. The link is a bit difficult to find, because the download option does not find the alpha-numeric abbreviation "KJ3", and you have to search on the word "Literal". The entry is http://www.biblesupp...anslation-2006/ This would be more recent than the 1993 translation into English which you were considering to use.





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