The Holy Bible by Dallas James

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The Holy Bible - Urim-Thummim Version, Volume III is a new translation of the Holy Bible. This work represents over 30 years of studying and comparing Bible translations but uses a new approach to making the Bible both very readable and accurate to the original languages at the same time. The King James Version and Young’s Literal Translation have been employed as the “base text.” For many this version will retain much of the literary style of those time honored works but all archaic language has been replaced with modern English. More importantly however, this version endeavors to be extremely accurate to the Hebrew definitions that comprise the original text. As a result new discoveries and a greater detail to the Biblical story has now been obtained.

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Published March 27, 2001 by iUniverse. 317 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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