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#1 patchworkid

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Posted 22 May 2012 - 07:34 AM

hi is this
Third Millennium Bible TMB on this site?

if someone please upload it

thanks
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#2 Bradley S. Cobb

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Posted 22 May 2012 - 07:41 AM

From their website:


The right to copy or reproduce the Third Millennium Bible® (TMB®), New Authorized VersionTM (NAVTM) or any part thereof in printed and/or electronic form is governed by this copyright notice.


All material appearing on this internet site is copyrighted © 1998 by Deuel Enterprises Inc., Gary, SD 57237 subject to the 1998 copyright notice, and by this additional proviso: Internet users are hereby granted permission to make printed and electronic copies of all matters appearing on this site so long as it is only for personal use, and is not for sale or for any commercial purpose. Copies of all material from this site must contain this notice: copyright © Deuel Enterprises, Inc. 1997 Gary, SD 57237. You are not hereby permitted to post an electronic copy on the World Wide Web or any other place where it can be accessed, but you may post a link to this site wherever desired.


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Posted 22 May 2012 - 07:41 AM

Contacting them now about posting the e-Sword module, though.
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Posted 22 May 2012 - 08:55 PM

From their website:


The right to copy or reproduce the Third Millennium Bible® (TMB®), New Authorized VersionTM (NAVTM) or any part thereof in printed and/or electronic form is governed by this copyright notice.


All material appearing on this internet site is copyrighted © 1998 by Deuel Enterprises Inc., Gary, SD 57237 subject to the 1998 copyright notice, and by this additional proviso: Internet users are hereby granted permission to make printed and electronic copies of all matters appearing on this site so long as it is only for personal use, and is not for sale or for any commercial purpose. Copies of all material from this site must contain this notice: copyright © Deuel Enterprises, Inc. 1997 Gary, SD 57237. You are not hereby permitted to post an electronic copy on the World Wide Web or any other place where it can be accessed, but you may post a link to this site wherever desired.



Hi Brad,
I've got me a copy of the TMB for e-Sword, but never used it. Its almost a dead ringer of the KJV and has the old English of the Thees and Thous and etc which no one really uses unless you're a part of a group that are stuck in the 17th, 18th Century or their abouts.

Although I'm a bit of a NKJV freak (oops, I mean fan LOL) I still like to on the odd occasion refer to the KJV. Mind you when I was 20 years old and a newly saved Christian, I ground my teeth on the KJV and used it as my main translation for about 20 odd years, so I guess that its sort engrained in me.

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Posted 22 May 2012 - 09:45 PM

Been using KJV since I was 8. I like the thee's and thou's and ye's. What a lot of people don't realize is that thee and thou are always singular (one person being spoken to) and ye and you (in the KJV) are always plural (multiple people--usually everyone present--being spoken to). That's something that is completely absent from almost all new translations. I could do without the -eth's at the end of words (and usually modernize those words while I'm preaching), but I liketh the King James Version, yea verily.
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Posted 23 May 2012 - 12:42 AM

hi
Please try this out: Parallel TMB, KJV, anf NKJV bibles and look at the way it is written.
You will see that the TMB is mixed between the two.

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Posted 26 November 2012 - 03:45 PM

I always liked the KJV Myself. The Third Millinium was a good diea but mase soem odd chpices in uodates. (Astonied becomes stunned. but i hey want to rpeserve the flow as much as possible, why not astonished?)


Still, I woudlnt midn it in my repotoare. oen of the benefits of ESword forme is that I dotn have to read the same Bibel all the Time or every day nd can easily compare bversions in use.

In fact, in 2014, I plan on reading all the books in the Bible By Traditional Author, usign a different English translation for them. So I may start Genesis with Wycliffe, rad the Coverdale psalms, and read the Modern King James Mathew. ( Not finalise just as an example.)

That way I can get the feel of itbeign different authors.

But lmaybe thats just a weird idea.

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Posted 27 November 2012 - 12:46 AM

Hi Brad,
I've got me a copy of the TMB for e-Sword, but never used it. Its almost a dead ringer of the KJV and has the old English of the Thees and Thous and etc which no one really uses unless you're
a part of a group that are stuck in the 17th, 18th Century or their abouts.



The reasons why I didn't automatic replace the "Thees and Thous" are:

1)"Thou, Thee, and Thy" are the second person singular;
"ye, you, your, and yours" are the second person plural.

But I did replace the "thine" in Thy because "thine" is not modern English and for the irregularities (thine hand or thy hand?)

2) Politeness: T–V distinction.

3) Search optimisation: the plural forms "ye, you, your, and yours" are never used to address God.

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Posted 27 November 2012 - 01:09 AM

Contacting them now about posting the e-Sword module, though.


Hi Bradley,

Did u get the permission from them?

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#10 Bradley S. Cobb

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Posted 27 November 2012 - 12:16 PM

Hi Bradley,

Did u get the permission from them?


I never heard back from them. :(
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