[sword-devel] Missing books - faithful translations?
aajdubuc at webhart.net
Wed Apr 28 13:24:06 MST 2004
Now, that IS nifty! Thanks for the links.
Unfortunately, all I need are ten verses, in Spanish, from Judith and Sirach
(Ecclesiasticus). Sigh . . . However, a couple of leads look promising for a
hard copy of the Spanish Bible . . .
Blessings for you and your family!
On Wednesday 28 April 2004 03:32 pm, JPKlingon at aol.com wrote:
> FWIW, I have GBF versions of the Douay, Vulgate and KJV that include all
> the books, (i.e. the Deutero-Canonical, AKA "Apocryphal"). My webpages
> http://Bible.MrKlingon.org or http://Douay.MrKlingon.org have them. I
> confess that the versification might be a bit off (Uh, the books might be
> off; there is some variation in nomenclature).
> I've also got some simple GBF Bible reader tools there too, or you can use
> the webforms on the pages. (hmm there seems to be a bug in some of the
> webforms; It doesn't parse the Deutercanon titles - I think KJV works
> okay.) I'm confess that I'm kind of proud of the Vulgate web lookup because
> I have it link to a Latin parsing program for translations.
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