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Many Bible translations in English and many other languages, searchable and viewable online:

http://biblia.apologetyka.com/searc...showrefs=1&context=0&footnotes=1

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Why would anyone use a Bible that does not contain ALL the canonical books? In case some of you are unaware, Protestant Bibles have edited them out. That includes the RSV... you have to be careful.... there are inaccurate and edited tranlsations for those churches that are not in full comminuion with the Church, that need to support their own faiths. Even Jehovah's Witnesses have their own version ~that doesn't make it a reliable source.


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Fr. John Whiteford on Bible translations:

http://pages.prodigy.net/frjohnwhiteford/translations.htm

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In case some of you are unaware, Protestant Bibles have edited them out.

No! You're kidding me. When did this happen?

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I like e-sword

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* View the Clementine Vulgate Bible with the Douay–Rheims translation side-by-side
* Fast full-text searching of both bibles
* Create bookmarks, cross-references and annotations
* Integrated with the Latin dictionary program Words


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I use a Cambridge Authorised King James Version, Cameo, with the Queens own Seal on it from Her Majesty's own Printer.

It contains all of the books, though it calls the Deuterocannon "Apocrypha".

I still like it.

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Father Whiteford's page having been archived, I provide this link to the Wayback Machine's page so others won't have to duplicate my efforts:

http://web.archive.org/web/20090131232730/http://pages.prodigy.net/frjohnwhiteford/translations.htm


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I am an avid reader, but I have never gotten through the bible. I have had a number of false starts. How would you suggest I begin?

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jiompkowski:

Christ is in our midst!!

Welcome to the forum.

There are several online guides to reading the whole Bible in a year. I had one but have mislaid it so I'm not much help today.

The thrust of these is that you set aside some time and read from several different areas each day. They're structured so you don't get bogged down because you have a few verses from each of about five sections and it takes about twenty minutes to a half hour each day to do. You begin any time with the first section and continue for 365 days.

Good to have you among us.

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Although never cover to cover in order, I'm not worried. I figure I must have read every page by now, at least once.

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