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Letter 1

From: cjensen@ localnet.com
Date:  17 Nov 2005
Subject: The Scriptures
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I recently came across "The Scriptures"  By the Institute for Scripture Research.  Have you done a review of this Bible?  Does it qualify as a sacred name bible?


Editor's Reply


Subject: The Scriptures
From: [Gary Mink] This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Date:  20 Nov 2005
To: cjensen

    The copy of The Scriptures in my possession is the second edition - 1998. The preface lists four reasons for this book's existence. Number one on that list is that it "... restores the Name of  the Almighty to its rightful place in the text."
    Yes, this book is most certainly a sacred name movement bible. And it is nothing more than that. It is a piece of pseudo scholarship, emanating from the heart of both the thinking and the action spawned by the sacred name movement.
    I have not written a review of it yet, but will no doubt find a remedy for that issue in the near future.
    GM


Letter 2


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Date: 20 Nov 2005
Subject: The Scriptures 
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Gary,

Thank you for your response.  By visiting your and other websites both pro and con for The Scriptures I was able to sort out what it is.  First, I noticed the way this translation perverts Romans 14 in making it look like keeping (or not keeping) the sabbath was a matter of one's opinion, rather than a disputable issue.  (If God calls it a disputable matter, then their argument falls apart, but if it is a matter of opinion, the person who disagrees with them can have a wrong opinion while they hold a correct one.  This is their way of keeping God on their side.)  Thanks for responding.  I will burn this perversion of Scripture, and keep my NIV, NASV, and KJV.

Craig


 

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