Bibles and churches

It sounds like the NIV Bible now being published is no longer the New International Version, but instead the TNIV, with its “gender-neutral” language, only re-branded because people didn’t like the TNIV because of its gender-neutral language.

For devotional reading I most often use the King James, and for study The Jerusalem Bible. The NIV was never my favorite translation, but I did refer to it from time to time. In the future, I’ll look at the date of printing before I do that.

Donald Crankshaw has posted some good pictures of Stonehenge, and of Salisbury Cathedral, which is clearly an improvement in religious architecture. I’m not opposed to all change, you see.