On the JWs and the Ten Commandments
- About my trustworthy Study Bibles, I love to use and wholly respect the 1897 JB.Rotherham New Testament/Westcott/Hort-based (from which I made my Books & Letters of John, and am in the process of doing the entire New Testament, for online publication eventually); I use for Reference JB's Old Testament with the sacred name of Yahweh therein; the 1900 Westcott/Hort-based American Standard; and I also use the Textus Receptus-based 1611 KJV (from which I made my Red Letter Edition). I did many of my studies with Nelson's 1952 Revised Standard, which I wholly respect. I also use interlinears, my favorites being the respectable and rare, "The Kingdom Interlinear Translation of the Greek Scriptures", no doubt Westcott/Hort-based; also, the 1958 Soncino/Cohen Pentateuch and Halftorahs (for backup); and another Torah I am looking for around here somewhere...; also, "New Greek English Interlinear New Testament" UBS 4th Edition, Nestle-Aland 27th edition with a parallel column of the Revised Standard Version, with translators Robert K. Brown and Philip W. Comfort, Editor JD Douglas (for backup); I evidently use the old Strong's Concordance. I find RK. Harrisons simple little "Biblical Hebrew" adequate to the task. And have no interest in any Catholic-based Bibles. I also have some interesting online vintage acquisitions, which I expect to publish here in due course, but right now am in the middle of pub. my Visions at Kindle.