The Boston Diaries

The ongoing saga of a programmer who doesn't live in Boston, nor does he even like Boston, but yet named his weblog/journal “The Boston Diaries.”

Go figure.

Monday, July 31, 2006

Besides, it all ends in 2011 anyway …

Sadly, this includes every denomination and congregation ON THE FACE OF THE EARTH! No matter how faithful they claim to be, all churches can be faulted for at the very least a corrupt authority. Such as relying on the Bible plus their confessions and other such writings. More than this, 99.999999% of churches today use counterfeit, fake, ersatz, perverted versions of the Bible. These include: The NIV, ASV, the Living Bible, the Rainbow Bible, the Extreme Teens Bible, the Spongebob Squarepants Bible and who can fathom what else is out there.

The Church Age Is Over

But that still leaves the King James Version as a non-counterfeit, non-fake, non-ersatz, non-perverted version of the Bible ( just to let you know that both the HTML and CSS are not valid on that page and wouldn't render at all under Firefox (I had to select “View → Page Style → No Style” to see anything at all)—IE might be another story).

But seriously …

A few weeks ago I was contacted Peacemaker Ministries asking if they could link to my Electric King James Bible. I was flattered actually, that someone found it useful in the seven years that it's been up and running. Durring that time, a few glaring ommissions and typos were found (mod_litbook was fine—it was a few typos in the configuration files) and fixed and a few days ago I got an email saying the site is now live.

Now, I don't fully agree with the contents of the site. Okay, I don't think I agree with the site at all, but as far as I can tell, they are free to link to the Electric King James Bible all they want—it's out there publically available.

I'm just stoked that someone (even one I don't agree with) found my site useful!

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