Weekly Focus Article
80 Mistranslations in the Bible and Their Significance
We in the churches of God have made a commitment to submit our lives to Almighty God and to live by God's instructions, as recorded in the Bible. Through the pages of the Bible God speaks to us; and we feel a moral responsibility to do our best to put all of God's instructions, as recorded in the Bible, into practice in our lives. For us the Bible is EXTREMELY important. It is without question the most important book in our lives. For us no other writing even comes close to the Bible in importance. This week's 136-page Focus Article examines 80 of the most significant mistranslations.
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