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View Poll Results: What version of the Bible, if any, do you use?
KJV (King James Version) 2 40.00%
NKJV (New King James Version) 0 0%
NIV (New International Version) 1 20.00%
The Message 1 20.00%
NASB (New American Standard Bible) 1 20.00%
NLT (New Living Translation) 0 0%
ASV (American Standard Version) 0 0%
Young's Literal Translation 0 0%
Don't matter to me 0 0%
I don't read the Bible 0 0%
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Old 01-06-2006, 08:00 PM
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Originally Posted by jeeViola
That's not what I said.

So often a preacher will develop a series of sermons.
In his sermon he will make points and then quote verses to support them.

Now, what I would prefer is a sermon that takes a passage or verse and have a sermon about it.

But you're supposed to do that! Having Scripture to support his points lets you know that his sermon is based on Scripture and not just his own opinion. Why don't you like that?
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