Wednesday, 21 October 2009

The unpayable debt that I owed you

5 Comments:

John H said...

I'm disappointed that James 5 remains untranslated so far. Would be interesting to see how they dealt with "Go to now, ye rich men, weep and howl for your miseries that shall come upon you."

Though as Christopher Hill points out in The World Turned Upside Down, the Geneva Bible's marginal note helpfully pointed out to its prosperous, middle-class Puritan readers that James was only talking about "the wicked and profane rich"...

JM said...

It looks to me as though this Bible is similar in approach to that other great open translation of the Bible, the lol kitteh bible

http://www.lolcatbible.com/index.php?title=Main_Page

Fat said...

I loved this quote on a link from the site for the evil church.

"If the King James Bible was good enough for my Lord and Savior, it should be good enough for me!"

J said...

Father Crumb, preachin' the Word. A-men

A.J. Smith said...

"We will also be burning Satan's music such as... oldies but goldies, etc."

Perry Como! That's the devil's music, ya hear!

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