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#11 Katoog

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Posted 26 April 2019 - 09:47 AM

Not desiring to edit the "original" words in the original languages. Desiring to correct poorly mistranslated words such as the word "easter" translated from the Greek "pascha" in Acts 12. Pascha clearly means Passover

For BBLX modules:

Tooltip tool modules tab and Bible > read Bible file Book

 

For BBLI modules:

Tooltip tool modules tab and read BBLI module

 

Keep in your mind that official modules made by Rick Meyers are locked (protected against copying).

 

You can use other translations that deal with this error like Webster as alternative for the KJV.

There are some of the KJV editions outside the UK that are still copyrighted .

(The KJV 1611 has still Crown Copyright in the UK)

So every edition of the KJV outside the UK that is made before 1900 is "Public Domain" because the other countries ignoring the Crown Copyright.

 

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Restored Holy Bible 10 and the Restored Textus Receptus

http://rhb.altervista.org/homepage.htm




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