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(From Outside the Camp, Vol. 7, No. 2)


At the end of last issue's article on KJV-Only Hypocrisy, I included a note stating that we believe that the best Bible translation is the Literal Version (LITV), which is based on the same Hebrew and Greek manuscripts as the KJV but is more literal than the KJV and avoids the egregious errors of the KJV. Many readers responded with requests to know how to obtain the LITV. The LITV is published by Sovereign Grace Publishers, Inc., P.O. Box 491, Mulberry, IN 46058, telephone (765) 296-5538.  Bibles can be ordered at their website at http://www.sgpbooks.com/cubecart/bibles/literal-bibles/cat_16.html. Jay P. Green, Sr., is the translator of the LITV. Although Mr. Green professes to believe in the doctrines of grace, our endorsement of the LITV in no way implies that Mr. Green is a regenerate man and in no way is an endorsement of Sovereign Grace Publishers or everything that Sovereign Grace Publishers distributes. You can find the LITV online at www.sgpbooks.com/cubecart/read-kj3-here/info_16.html . The LITV is also one of the versions that can be included in e-Sword, which is the best free Bible software I have found. You can find this at www.e-sword.net. This is in no way an endorsement of the programmer of e-Sword or of everything that is included on the e-Sword software.

Many people have also asked us over the years what Psalter we use and how to obtain them. We use the Book of Psalms for Singing, which is put out by C&C Publications, 7408 Penn Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15208, telephone (412) 241-0436. Psalters can be ordered at their website at http://www.crownandcovenant.com/Psalms_for_Singing_p/cm100.htm. This is in no way an endorsement of C&C Publications or of everything that C&C Publications distributes.


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