How many Bibles do you own?

United States
May 18, 2007 11:53pm CST
Somehow I've ended up collecting a few Bibles. I was curious to see how many Bibles you own. I have a Ryrie Study Bible, Companion Bible, 2 Scofield Bibles, King James Study Bible, Thompson Chain Reference Study Bible, Westminster Study Bible, 1611 King James Bible, NIV Bible, NASB Bible, Extreme Teen Bible, ESV Pocket sized Bible, World's Smallest Bible, an old antique Bible from the 1800's, a couple of Christian Worker's New Testaments, Classic Soul Winner NT
6 responses
• Australia
21 May 07
Hello HsuYinFung I have 3 bibles. One is New King James Precious Moment Series and the World's smallest Bible and Regular Bible. But I only use the regular one, more easy and I can bring it where ever I go, God bless you *angel
• United States
21 May 07
What is the Regular Bible? Is that a NKJV Bible too?
@Logos_1 (52)
• United States
11 Jun 07
There is computer program called Bible Works. Now the sixth version is out. It has more than 100 translations. An excellent resorse also for Greek and Hebrew originals.
@ReyM21 (281)
• Philippines
25 May 07
I had 7: NJKV, NLT, TEV and 2 NIVs (1 is topical/study bible) and the 2 is a Tagalog and Chinese version of the Bible.
• United States
22 May 07
Heh, I have a number of Bibles! Here is a look at my collection: I think I have 25 Bibles. The ones that I use most often are the NASB and the NIV. For study the NASB is the best because it is the most literal, word-for-word translation of the original Hebrew and Greek scriptures. Plus I will often use Logos Bible software that has many more translations as well (so I can make any parallel Bible I want), so that is pretty cool.
• Philippines
20 May 07
Me and my family share these versions of the Bible: - King James Version - New King James Version - New International Version - New Century Version - NIV versions of the New Testament + Psalms and Proverbs
@wolves69 (755)
• United States
19 May 07
I have five Bibles: King James (refuse to use), a Catholic version, NIV (again I refuse to use), a child's Bible, and a Strong's Concordium. I do have a 100 yr old Bible that someone said was a direct translation from Greek. The cover is missing, and I find myself using that one (too many deletions from the KJ and too many changes from the NIV). I also have Mormon Bibles, an Orthodox Bible, koran, and other religious works.