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This appears to be what you are after here: http://biblemegasite.com/outline-niv1984.html As well as click through links (by book and then section) through to the NIV 1984 version hosted at studylight.org, it has links that compare the changes in the newer version, and even a link to an audio version hosted at bible.is; although what Zondervan would have ...


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For iOS, I can personally recommend the Spectrum Bible (formerly "WAVE Parallel Bible"), which has the (1984) NIV available as a purchasable add-on. (You can preview before purchasing so you can be sure it's the right one.) It has a refreshing visual style, is ad-free, and comes with a wide spectrum of free translations: KJV, Amplified, NASB, NET, ...


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This is a legal issue and you should address it to the Bible translation editors for their legal department to consider. As a matter of fact, I wouldn't be surprised if they already have guidelines drawn up for this scenario and are ready to answer you if you ask them.


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The Lord Jesus Christ's teaching about taking up our cross is found in Matt 10:38; 16:24; Mark 8:34 and Luke 9:23. It is my belief that our Lord was addressing the subject of conversion, not discipleship. Meaning, that Jesus was teaching what was necessary to be saved, not what was required of us after conversion. Jesus was not saying that we had to be ...


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When did the Catholic definition of saint change and how is the change applied in personal study? When did the Roman Catholic definition of saint change and restrict this nomenclature only to the dead when Paul clearly applies the title to the living?, Does this change or alter the way Paul's letters are read or does a modern Catholic ignore the Catholic ...


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First point; evangelicals "pick up their cross" to follow Jesus exactly the same way as all Christians are to do. There is absolutely no need to differentiate evangelical Christians from all other Christians unless you have some evidence to present that non-evangelicals have a distinct interpretation on such a verse. Second point, I agree with the comment ...


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