Reputation
Top tag
Next privilege 250 Rep.
View close votes
Badges
5
Impact
~2k people reached

  • 0 posts edited
  • 0 helpful flags
  • 5 votes cast
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Jan
8
awarded  Editor
Jan
23
answered Could the usage of the word “fish” be considered evidence for a later and more figurative writing of the gospels?
Jan
23
comment Accurate translations of original scripts/text
watchtower.org/e/bible As a JW, this is the primary bible used. Most important to me, it restored God's personal name. However, you will often find us quoting from NIT and KJV quite frequently for different renderings that provide additional insight into the scriptures. We often get compliments from Jews for our rendering of the Hebrew Scriptures. Although many outsiders point to doctrinal bias, I counter that you won't find any modern bible translation without some sort of bias. Most importantly, the basic scriptural principles transcend whichever translation is used.
Jan
23
awarded  Critic
Jan
20
awarded  Teacher
Jan
20
answered Peter's Denial and the Rooster Crowing
Jan
20
answered Accurate translations of original scripts/text
Jan
20
awarded  Supporter