“Spiritual Translations” of the New Testament
This is an inspired commentary on the New Testament. In this document, I present the scriptures in two columns. In the left column is the text from the King James Bible, and in the right is the text from the Amplified Bible, together with my comments. I will add additional books as they are completed.
Mark (Please read these three gospels in this order)
Matthew (Please read these three gospels in this order)
Luke (Please read these three gospels in this order)
Timothy – Titus – Philemon
2, 3 John
Modern Translations of Selected New Testament Books
These writings are so much easier to understand in modern English. Joseph Smith said that he believed the Bible to be the word of God, as far as it is translated correctly. Joseph Smith attempted to retanslate the Bible, but left many false translations of vital words untouched. I have used the correct Greek translations of vital words, unbiased by orthodox dogmas. I have also added intuitive insights, where needed, to further clarify and emphasize. With these ancient meanings restored, the Gospel is still much more rational and relevant today than the medieval scholars and theologians, and their followers, today, would have us believe.
The Gospel of John: A New Readable Translation Download
A modern translation of the Gospel of John with inspired additions.
The First Epistle of John: A New Readable Translation Download
A modern translation of the First Epistle of John with inspired additions. Sometimes it helps us to understand scripture better if we can express it in our own words. Starting with the Joseph Smith translation of the Bible, I prayed for inspiration from the Lord to help me express that this important book means to me. John is talking about the early saints receiving their Second Comforter.
The Second Epistle of Peter: A New Readable Translation Download
A modern translation of the Second Epistle of Peter with inspired additions.
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