New World Bible for iPod
New World Bible for iPod
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New World Bible for iPod free download for Mac

New World Bible for iPod

1.1
11 November 2006

New World translation of the Bible.

Overview

New World Bible for iPod is the "New World Translation of the Holy Scriptures" Bible in plain text format which you may view in most text editors, but more importantly on any iPod (that supports Notes).

What's new in New World Bible for iPod

Version 1.1:
  • minor corrections
  • now can be installed alphabetically or by bible book

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Anonymous
02 June 2005

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Actually, most true bible text scholars have praise for the NWT for its crisp rendering of Hebrew, Greek, and Aramaic, regardless of the fact that it's published by the WTB&TS. It's my understanding that they publish a number of Bible translations. Unlike the poor paraphrasing of the King James version, this one is understandable. While this version in iPod form is most likely NOT authorized, it is welcomed by those of us who prefer "accuracy" in Bible translations, as opposed to dogmatically defending tradition at the expense of truth. For example, why do most English translations omit anything resembling God's name, yet that's not the case in other languages, which attempt to translate the divine name. Interesting, no? Regardless, the iPod version is sortable by Comments in the Finder, though it needs a numbering system to sort appropriately in the iPod. Otherwise, nice job.
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Iiesha
20 November 2008
I am not sure if everyone forgot the point of the comment section. I don't want to know what they think of JW's or their bible. How well does this program perform. If you didn't download it, then your comments are in the wrong forum. I am not a JW but I am looking for this kind of software for a friend who is and just got an itouch. This is a hassle having to go through so many stupid comments that have nothing to do with the software! Will this program work on the 2ed Gen ipod itouch? Does anyone know? (anyone who actually used this program)
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shreinhardt
01 March 2008
This is perfect. Thank you brother.
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Iiesha
Iiesha
20 November 2008
Which ipod did you download this too? Do you know if it can also work on the 2ed gen itouch? Also how stable has it been for you?
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Canaan
07 March 2007
If you would like a modern english, Christian translation of the bible for your iPod for free. check out WEB-iBible. http://ibible.eyerc.net/
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Daniellemc
13 January 2007
Frankly, if you don't like the translation, don't download the program. And please, I'm sure there are other websites on which you can blast your opinions. Now... can anyone tell me, does it work on an iPod mini?
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Nigel2112
Nigel2112
15 September 2008
Nobody is 'blasting' anything. They're posting their opinions as is your right as well.
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Jomy
14 March 2006
BEWARE! This "translation" of the Bible is brought to you by the Jehovah's Witnesses. It may cause your iPod to turn on by itself at very inconvenient times. Usually early on Saturday morning.
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Neil
11 October 2005
I'll be as brief as possible: Firstly, the NWT has free distribution because unpaid Jehovah's Witnesses go door-to-door with it. Second, the book is produced with reduced overhead, as again they use volunteers. The Watchtower Society is in the top 50 richest corporations in NY City because of these factors. Now to the translation. It has rightly earned such descriptions as "pernicious" and "reprehensible". Substituting words ('Jehovah' 236 times where the Greek for 'Lord' occurs in the NT), altering the text in order to promulgate their own bias (in Genesis 1:2 'Spirit of God' changed to 'God's active force'), simply adding words to change the outcome of the text (the word 'other' added three times in Colossians 1 so as to denigrate the person of Christ), and on and on. Now to those responsible for this - The Watchtower Society. In over 100 years of prophecies and predictions: 100 percent wrong (the return of Christ predicted in 1874, 1914, 1915, 1925 and 1975). They forbade organ transplants for almost 20 years after WW2 using the same logic with which they now forbid blood transfusions. "The poisons that produce the impulse to commit suicide, murder, or steal are in the blood" Watchtower 9/15/61, p563. All this is verifiable. SignsOfLife7@yahoo.com
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Anonymous
06 June 2005
This means that over 100million copies of a biased bible that pushes forward the JWs thinking have been distributed by their peons, who personally mean well without realizing they are brain washed. Sad... Also, the one man committee that another poster was referring to as having mostly written the NWT, was Fred Franz, at that time pretty much the number two man in the organization, who later became president of the JWs. Interesting to note that on a judicial case in Scotland in the 60s, when he was put on the stand to testify on the side of the JWs, he couldn't read a simple text in Hebrew, thus purgoring himself on the stand. It's a matter of public record, available on-line. It proves that instead of taking the original Hebrew texts, as the JWs claim, he made the translation from other english translations.
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Anonymous
Anonymous
29 July 2005
*sigh* So much theology and debate, so little action. An age-old, but not altogeather unavoidable, problem. -jack
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Anonymous
02 June 2005
Johnny the Baptizer says NWT is just fine. Come on, Charles Taze Russell died before 1920. The translation was first released to the public in portions in 1950. So, you think the guy worked on it while he was dead? If so, follow that religion... King James? You're kidding, right? OK in its' time, but not a worthy book except for a study of old English.
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Anonymous
Anonymous
04 October 2005
Well you're wrong when you say that "There is nothing wrong about the Bible JW's use"... take a look at The first chapter in the gospel of john, verse 1. "The word was with God, and the word was A god..." Saying that Christ wasn't God... but some other god.. and the king james version is a good version, (as well as the NKVJ) and it's not in "old english" or whatever...
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tony w
02 June 2005
for a more accurate version find a KJV of the Bible. Do your study of history and youll find out the nwt was a nearly '1 man commitee' so he could make it say what he wanted, poor mr charles taze russell. the kjv was about a 50 man commitee, thus checks and balances, not a one sided story. tony walker www.preachertony.com
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Anonymous
02 June 2005
Hogwash. KJV blows huge chunks. Get thee behind me, satan.
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Anonymous
Anonymous
02 June 2005
More than hogwash, bud. Deal with facts, not what your view of the world is. Charles Taze Russell died about 1916. The NWT "first edition" was published in increments in 1950 and continues to be improved to this day. No, it wasn't 'one man.' Yeeesh. It was an undertaking that took many years by many men. Everyone is a critic these days. Let the poor folks alone. If you want it, download it. If not, bang on someone else. By the way, the King James 'version' of the Bible is NOT even a translation. It's a paraphrase of previous translations. And in eloquent English that few people today can comprehend. Oh, some people think God had it written in English and translated into Hebrew and Greek.
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Anonymous
Anonymous
02 June 2005
Reply to Tony W: Keep digging, it get's even more interesting!
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Anonymous
Anonymous
29 July 2005
Wow. I've never actually heard someone try to convince someone that the KJV of the Bible was the most ACCURATE...I thought it was common knowledge that it wasn't. For one of the most heavily-researched and "accurate" versions, check out the NRSV, which is used by most Biblical Scholars nowadays (at least english-speaking ones). Which Bible is "correct," however, is a manner of personal taste, not of fact. I would propose the idea that those who disagree with this version should simply not download it, rather than bah the programmer for what was obviously doing a good deal of work towards what he/she undoubtably probably saw as an act of fate. Preach by actions and forgiveness, not by condemnation and words. That, i believe, is not our place. -jack
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Anonymous
02 June 2005
I did some checking. Looks like some "reviewers" have missed the point. Over 100-million copies of the NW translation have been distributed to over 200 countries. Now it comes to the iPod. Hooray! As to the critics of JW folk, you should be so peace loving and friendly. As to the iPod version, it's an easy install, and simple to use. The scrolling is a bit tedious on certain Bible books and passages, notably Psalm 119. There should be a way to sort the folders more appropriately in iPod's Notes, but simply re-naming the folders works OK. You gotta remember that many, many others have beliefs that may differ from your own but that does not make those people any less loved by whichever God is ruling these days.
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J-Mueller-MacUpdate
J-Mueller-MacUpdate
02 June 2005
Thanks for being the only person so far to review the widget instead of post about religions.
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