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FRONT PAGE  |  8/5/2020
FRIDAY, OCT 17, 2014  |  22 comments
Bibles Pop Up in Public Schools Across America
Students across America are being encouraged to bring their Bibles to school Thursday, joining a nationwide effort that is being spearheaded by the Focus on the Family, a Christian organization.

The group is encouraging students to stand up for their faith by participating in ‚ÄúBring Your Bible to School Day,‚ÄĚ an initiative in which pupils are encouraged to take the holy book into the classroom and discuss their faith with peers during non-instructional time.

‚ÄúStudents all across the country can stand up and celebrate their religious freedoms together,‚ÄĚ reads a website setup to advertise the event. ...


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News Item10/22/14 9:11 PM
Elmer K. Yoder | Berlin, Ohio  Find all comments by Elmer K. Yoder
Why should believers be concerned with unbelievers taking so-called bibles to these false churches?
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News Item10/19/14 1:40 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Dr. Robert Joyner put it succinctly,
"I believe it is misguided for fundamental Baptists to defend a version of the Bible based on a Greek text, prepared by a liberal Roman Catholic, translated by Episcopalians and authorized by a king who hated Baptists. While they reject translations based on a Greek text approved by all the great scholars and early fundamental leaders and translated by good Bible believing scholars from all groups, including Baptists. A.T. Robertson was the greatest Greek scholar America ever produced. He was a conservative Baptist and approved of the American Standard Version. This irony is strange indeed when fundamental Baptists take sides with Episcopalians and Catholics and reject their own."

[URL=http://www.kjvonly.org/robert/joyner_which_bible_pr.html]]]Which Bible?[/URL]

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News Item10/18/14 12:02 AM
Dolores  Find all comments by Dolores
Dorcas, that was so special about the German lady. I, have had many Bibles through the years that are marked, notes taken during sermons and they are percious to me,also. Now, I just use a journal when some scripture speaks to me, while I am reading. Still read from my regular Bible as well as my Nook Bible.Sometimes in Sunday School some of the ladies bring their Bible in an IPad to follow along with the teachers version that they don't have in book form.it's still precious to us no matter what style we choose or version.
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News Item10/17/14 6:11 PM
Dorcas  Find all comments by Dorcas
Dolores,
Charles Spurgeon told of a German Christian woman who was accustomed to mark her Bible whenever she met with a passage which was specially precious to her; but towards the end of her life she ceased fom the habit, when asked why, she replied "I find it unnecessary; for the whole of Scripture has now become most precious to me."
To some of us our Bibles are marked from beginning to end.
It is all precious, and altogether precious.
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News Item10/17/14 5:41 PM
Dolores  Find all comments by Dolores
Dorcas, thanks for clearing that up for me I have not had too much trouble reading KJV and like you I sometimes read the NKJV to clear something up. It's these newer versions coming out now that I feel uncomfortable reading. I have a dear christian friend that has a hard time reading KJV,so she prefers the Good News Bible that is paperback and popular with the teenagers. I never condemned her for that. Whatever, as long as she is growing in Christ so be it.
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News Item10/17/14 5:28 PM
Dolores | Texas  Find all comments by Dolores
John Uk, that just about summed it up for me also and I, too, was very blessed by your comment.
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News Item10/17/14 5:25 PM
Dorcas  Find all comments by Dorcas
Dolores wrote:
Thanks, Dorcas for the information about James Smith and his Daily Remembrance. You know, I get so much out of these type daily devotions for some reason. I will definitely get it.
Jim Lincoln, well, that is a possibility that they will bring their own religious beliefs with them but no one will be reading anything out loud, just bringing their Bible or whatever. When they go to college, they will be facing this same situation with professors teaching classes of Evolution.You disagree, that's fine. You have a right to your opinion. Have a blessed day.
I have always read from the King James Version, I feel a little uncomfortable with some but I do read read the New King James Version sometimes. I am very leery of the newer translations out now.
Hi Dolores,
My KJV post was directed at Jim.
Far be it from me to hold anyone to the KJV, it is my personal preference, but I respect the liberty of others to use whatever one they choose.
Sometimes for clarification on verses I use the Amplified Bible.
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News Item10/17/14 5:17 PM
Frank  Contact via emailFind all comments by Frank
John UK wrote:
I reckon Frank, that if there were three born again Christians, one had only the Coverdale, one had only the King James, and one had only The Living Bible, if those brethren read and studied their Bibles every day, praying for enlightenment, and obeying every word of God, and repenting of anything amiss, then just maybe each one of them would become a mighty fine Christian, serving the Lord and being salt and light in this world, bringing others to know and love the Lord Jesus Christ, worshipping in spirit and in truth, being loving and kind and gracious to all that they meet, holding God as the supreme love of their heart, and looking forward to being with Christ in heaven for all eternity, having the evidence of good fruit brought about by a connection to the True Vine, for, as Jesus said, "Without me, ye can do nothing."
Some thirtyfold, some sixtyfold, and some an hundredfold.
I agree Pilgrim. What an excellent statement and it blessed me.
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News Item10/17/14 5:05 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Frank wrote:
I agree, we should not use modern versions.
I reckon Frank, that if there were three born again Christians, one had only the Coverdale, one had only the King James, and one had only The Living Bible, if those brethren read and studied their Bibles every day, praying for enlightenment, and obeying every word of God, and repenting of anything amiss, then just maybe each one of them would become a mighty fine Christian, serving the Lord and being salt and light in this world, bringing others to know and love the Lord Jesus Christ, worshipping in spirit and in truth, being loving and kind and gracious to all that they meet, holding God as the supreme love of their heart, and looking forward to being with Christ in heaven for all eternity, having the evidence of good fruit brought about by a connection to the True Vine, for, as Jesus said, "Without me, ye can do nothing."

Some thirtyfold, some sixtyfold, and some an hundredfold.

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News Item10/17/14 5:03 PM
Dolores  Find all comments by Dolores
Thanks, Dorcas for the information about James Smith and his Daily Remembrance. You know, I get so much out of these type daily devotions for some reason. I will definitely get it.
Jim Lincoln, well, that is a possibility that they will bring their own religious beliefs with them but no one will be reading anything out loud, just bringing their Bible or whatever. When they go to college, they will be facing this same situation with professors teaching classes of Evolution.You disagree, that's fine. You have a right to your opinion. Have a blessed day.
I have always read from the King James Version, I feel a little uncomfortable with some but I do read read the New King James Version sometimes. I am very leery of the newer translations out now.
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News Item10/17/14 3:26 PM
Frank  Contact via emailFind all comments by Frank
I agree, we should not use modern versions.

1. John Wycliffe (c. 1320-84)
2. Johannes Gutenberg (1396-1468) invented the printing press. The Gutenberg Bible was published in 1455.
3. William Tyndale (c. 1492-1536)
4. Miles Coverdale (1488-1569)
5. Thomas Matthew (c. 1500-1555) John Rogers, under the name Thomas Matthew, published his own version in 1537
6. The Great Bible (1539)
7. The Geneva Bible (1560)
8. The Bishop’s Bible (1568)
9. The Rheims-Douai Version (1609-10)
10. King James (‚ÄúAuthorized‚ÄĚ) Version (1611)

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News Item10/17/14 2:46 PM
Dorcas  Find all comments by Dorcas
For all the KJV haters:
Plain reasons for using KJV.
David Silversides
4-7-2000
Sermon ID 4220682333.
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News Item10/17/14 2:18 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Delores, apparently were a couple of voices crying in the wilderness. So, John Y., what happen if they brought [URL=http://www.johnankerberg.org/Articles/_PDFArchives/roman-catholicism/RC1W0900.pdf]]]The Roman Catholic Bible[/URL]? of course you approve of that. What about the [URL=http://www.jashow.org/wiki/index.php/The_Jehovah%92s_Witnesses%92_New_World_Translation_of_the_Holy_Scriptures]]]The Jehovah’s Witnesses’ New World Translation of the Holy Scriptures[/URL]? Perhaps you wouldn't approve of it that much? Or perhaps [URL=http://www.mrm.org/taxonomy/term/39]]]Book of Mormon[/URL]? Glen Beck the founder of Blaze should really like that! Of course the Muslims could insist on the [URL=http://www.answering-islam.org/Quran/Incoherence/index.html]]]The...Qur'an[/URL].

AKJB, the only Catholic Bible here, except the readable I mentioned is the one you seem to prefer, is the KJV, [URL=http://www.kjvonly.org/doug/kutilek_kjv_a_catholic_bible.htm]]] [KJV is a Catholic Bible] [/URL]. Not only that the Kids and the Bible could very well be mocked for using something with the bombastic, outdated language. See, https://bible.org/article/net-niv-esv-brief-historical-comparison I don't like the NET for several reasons, So I consider the ESV a much better Bible.

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News Item10/17/14 11:04 AM
Ben Marrow | Fort Worth  Find all comments by Ben Marrow
Why just one day? And how about Ten Commandments T-shirts?
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News Item10/17/14 9:51 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Jim Lincoln wrote:
They can bring their tablets etc. with the free And-Bible Android app with an excellent Bible translation such as the ESV Focus on the Family needs to get out of the 19th century and realize kids will be more interested in seeing the Bible on their favoriite electronic devices.
This is the real John Yurich. Bringing a paper Bible is a more effective demonstration to the school officials that the students will not take the anti Christian insanity of the school officials anymore.
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News Item10/17/14 9:47 AM
Dorcas  Find all comments by Dorcas
Dolores wrote:
What did people do before the printing press was invented and the Bible as we know it today was given to us. I read the Bible everyday on my nook along with Matthew Henry's commentary along with devotionals by Charles Spurgeon, A.W. Tozer. Daily Bread, Streams in the Desert. Takes about an hour including prayer time. Then read the articles on SermonAudio. I agree, that whatever the kids feel comfortable reading, that's what they should feel free to bring. I take my Bible to Church and read from that during the sermon. Just saying, you may see it differently and that's fine also.
Good morning Dolores, have you ever read 'Daily Remembrancer' by James Smith?
It is similar to C.H Spurgeons 'Morning and Evening'.
Mr. Smith was a predecessor of Mr. Spurgeon at New Park Street Chapel in London.
I have been blessed and encouraged by it greatly.
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News Item10/17/14 9:39 AM
ernest | lagos nigeria  Contact via emailFind all comments by ernest
I take my bible to work everyday but not on gadgets because I prefare not to be distracted and that helps a long way with my meditation.
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News Item10/17/14 9:22 AM
AVKJB | USA  Find all comments by AVKJB
Jim Lincoln from Nebraska writes:
They can bring their tablets etc. with the free And-Bible Android app with an excellent Bible translation such as the ESV.

Really?! This is one of the worst per-versions out there! It is a corrupt Catholic version from the RV which we can all thank corrupt liberals such as Westcott & Hort for. (way too many to mention here).

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News Item10/17/14 8:57 AM
Dolores | Texas  Find all comments by Dolores
What did people do before the printing press was invented and the Bible as we know it today was given to us. I read the Bible everyday on my nook along with Matthew Henry's commentary along with devotionals by Charles Spurgeon, A.W. Tozer. Daily Bread, Streams in the Desert. Takes about an hour including prayer time. Then read the articles on SermonAudio. I agree, that whatever the kids feel comfortable reading, that's what they should feel free to bring. I take my Bible to Church and read from that during the sermon. Just saying, you may see it differently and that's fine also.
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News Item10/17/14 7:54 AM
SteveR | Mt Zion  Find all comments by SteveR
Nat wrote:
Nothing beats the Bible printed on paper. Pages that have been lovingly worn and read are of more treasure than the latest version on the latest gadget.
I agree
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