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Copyright June 19, 2005 3:28 AM CST

By Dr. Michael J. Bisconti




The InterDialected KJV Bible is not yet another translation of the Bible.  It is the Bible with transdialections inserted throughout the Bible.  Transdialection is “the process of converting verbal communication in one dialect of a language into another dialect of that language.”  The term “transdialection” is also used in the sense of “the result of the process of transdialection” (as used above in the second sentence of this article).  When using the InterDialected KJV Bible, remember to give priority to the text of the King James Bible.  Here is Romans 14:1-4 with transdialections provided in square brackets, “[ ]”:


(1)  Him [he] that is weak in the faith receive ye [all of you], but not to doubtful disputations.

(2)  For one believeth [believes] that he may eat all things: another, who is weak, eateth [eats] herbs.

(3)  Let not him [he] that eateth [eats] despise him [he] that eateth [eats] not; and let not him [he] which eateth [eats] not judge him [he] that eateth [eats]: for God hath [has] received him.

(4)  Who art [are] thou [you, I say with respect,] that judgest [judges] another man's servant? to his own master he standeth [stands] or falleth [falls]. Yea [moreover], he shall be holden [held] up: for God is able to make him stand.


One example of the many advantages of the InterDialected KJV Bible is that it enables most of you, for the first time, to know that the word “ye” means “all of you.”



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The way in which this notice is presented must make the source of the quoted material obvious to the reader and must not detract from the quoted material.


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