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    Christianity Ye Olde King James Version, 400 Years And Counting

    Kristin M. Swenson, Ph.D. Author, 'Bible Babel: Making Sense of the Most Talked About Book of All Time' "Did you know," a bright-eyed young woman breathlessly exclaimed to me, "that when King James wrote the Bible, he didn't actually put everything in?!" I was riding the D.C. metro a...
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    Definitive Translation Of Guru Granth Sahib Ji, What Can We Learn From King James?

    What Can We Learn From King James? by MICHELE GIBSON EDITOR: Three centuries after the investiture of the final compilation of the Adi Granth as our living, perennial and only Guru; and more than a century after Sikhs in large numbers began to make their home in different parts of the...
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    The Japji By James G. Lochtefeld

    Introduction to the Japji by James G. Lochtefeld Copyright 1994 (I, James G. Lochtefeld, am completely responsible for the text and translations on this page, and any faults herein must fall on me alone.) The Japji is the opening section of the Adigranth, the Sikh scripture. As the name...
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    Sikh News Sikh Vote Swinging To James (Canada.com)

    Registered 7-day subscribers to the Times Colonist newspaper or electronic edition will enjoy full access to all TimesColonist.com content. Non-subscribers can still read a selection of Times Colonist Online stories and access all features on canada.com...