Re: [NTLK] How do you use your Newton?

From: Doug Denby <>
Date: Sun Aug 17 2008 - 13:41:39 EDT

On Aug 17, 2008, at 11:51 AM, Clare Shepherd wrote:

> On 17 Aug 2008, at 16:09, wrote:
>> I don't really use it for those things anymore, but I still bring it
>> with me almost everywhere I go. I now use it extensively as a book
>> reader, especially for the KJV Bible, which I believe you should read
>> every day anyway. I also keep a few games on there, and it makes one
>> of the best portable alarm clocks I can find.
> I agree about the King James Version, it is a wonderful book,
> however, it is a translation from the original Hebrew, Aramaic and
> Greek texts, so how can it be the only version? I hope this is not
> provocative, I'm just interested.
> Clare

Impossible. There are no original Hebrew, Aramaic or Greek texts. They
are all copies of, copies of, copies of, ... original texts. And much
of the provenance is suspect. And that is before translation.


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