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    dna2playboy is offline Senior Member Community Builder
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    i was saying any time you translate(when you translate you are interpreting) and interprete something you can lose its original meaning. There are so many different versions and differing texts from which the bible is based off. How can you be sure only "thee" and "thy" was changed. How many translations did it go through? Aramaic, Greek, Hebrew, English? Thats a shit load of translations to go through without any errors, and misinterpretations.

    Correct me if i'm wrong on any points.

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    There are literally thousands of manuscripts of the Bible that are hundreds or older(more than one thousand, less than two) of years old. Studying those manuscripts, one can see that the Bible was faithfully, and accurately, translated over the years.

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    I had a really good joke about the pope getting to heaven and finding out that celibacy was a mistranslation of celebrate. But I can't find it now.

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    The strangest thing is that something like that might actually happen
    Many words can have several meanings, it depends on what you want to hear..

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    Chopping the whole house in half must've been really hard. Saws are not that easy to use!!! I guess we can obviously tell that the woman liked the house more than that man.

    @the whole religious convo. Stick with KJV. It's the Classic!

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    i kinda find it hard to imagine how he would move the house with a fork lift. i mean, isn't the house supposed to be anchored to with ground with its foundation? and whatever forklift he used must have been a huge one.

 

 
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