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Our family attends, and has attended, many different types of bricks-and-mortar buildings owned by various Christian organizations. We don't adhere to the doctrines of any earthly "church," but we rely instead on the Bible only as our foundation for belief.
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Why Do You Use the New Living Translation?
The New Living Translation (NLT) of the Bible just happens to be the version of the Bible which is on my nightstand. As a result, I refer to it often when writing the articles which appear on End Times Bible Prophecy.
This does not mean that I oppose the King James Version of the Bible or other non-politically correct English translations.
As long as a Bible translation does not significantly alter the context, meaning, and intent of God's Word in order to carry out someone's personal agenda, I do not believe it's evil. In other words, I do not believe the King James Version is THE version to end all English translation of the Bible.
My position on this issue is well-summarized by Todd Strandberg's article, King James Version Onlyism.
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