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  1. #11

    Default Uninstaller

    The uninstaller for ALL of the East Asian Bibles is also now available.

    See post #1 to download it.

    http://www.bibleworks.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1647

    Robin
    Robin Song, M.Div
    Andrews University Theological Seminary
    Berrien Springs, MI

  2. #12

    Default I've just emailed 9 korean versions to you!!

    Hi Robin,
    I've just emailed the 9 text files of korean versions.
    Please check it.
    Take care.

    Haejin from Mexico,
    Last edited by kimuspr; 07-10-2006 at 11:41 AM.

  3. #13

    Default 9 Korean versions

    Sounds great!

    I've just replied to you by email (I need you to resend the files because I didn't receive them), but hopefully I'll be able to work with these versions and we'll really be able to make some serious progress with the Korean Bibles.

    Thanks,

    Robin
    Robin Song, M.Div
    Andrews University Theological Seminary
    Berrien Springs, MI

  4. #14

    Default E-mailed...

    Hi Robin,

    I have emailed it to you.
    Check your box.

    Thanks.

    Haejin,
    Ronen H. Kim, D.Miss.
    Assistant Professor, Evangelia University, CA, USA
    Director of the MCD (Mission Coram Deo) (2012~present)
    Missionary to Mexico & Puerto Rico (1996~2012)

    ronenhkim @ gmail.com

  5. #15

    Default Korean Versions

    Quote Originally Posted by kimuspr
    Hi Robin,

    I have emailed it to you.
    Check your box.

    Thanks.

    Haejin,
    Wow. I've just converted all of the Bibles you sent me and its amazing. I tried looking all over the internet for different Korean versions and I couldn't find any.

    Well, this is really going to change a few things. I think I'm going to separate the East Asian Language packs again into KOREAN, CHINESE and JAPANESE.

    Also, 5 of the ROMANIZED versions you sent me are not actually romanized, but actually the Korean versions that have just been retyped by english keystrokes. As a result, they just appear as random english gibberish and so they will not be included in the final set unless they can be converted to a proper romanization.

    Thanks!

    Robin
    Robin Song, M.Div
    Andrews University Theological Seminary
    Berrien Springs, MI

  6. #16

    Thumbs up Hi Robin,

    Robin,
    I hope and pray that you make it useful for all of us.
    Blessings to you!

    Haejin,
    Ronen H. Kim, D.Miss.
    Assistant Professor, Evangelia University, CA, USA
    Director of the MCD (Mission Coram Deo) (2012~present)
    Missionary to Mexico & Puerto Rico (1996~2012)

    ronenhkim @ gmail.com

  7. #17

    Default New Update (07/11/06)!

    Hi everyone,

    I've just added the new update (07/11/06) for the East Asian Bibles to this thread. The major update to this pack are the Korean Bibles submitted by Haejin Kim.

    The East Asian Pack has now been split into three different installers again and includes the following Bibles:

    [Korean]
    - KOR Revised Korean Bible (1961)
    - KKJ Korean King James Version
    - KAB Korean Agape Bible
    - TKV Today's Korean Version
    - KNV New Korean Standard Version
    - KNR New Korean Standard Revised Version
    - KCT Korean Common Translation Version
    - KLB Korean Living Bible
    - K20 K2000 Korean NT
    - KOZ Revised Korean Bible (Romanized) (1961)
    - KAZ Korean Agape Bible (Romanized)
    - KCZ Korean Common Translation Version (Romanized)
    - K2Z K2000 Korean NT (Romanized)

    [Chinese]
    - CU5 Chinese Union Version (1919) [Big5]
    - CUV Chinese Union Version (1919) [GB]
    - NCV New Chinese Version (1992) [Big5]
    - NCV New Chinese Version (1992) [GB]

    [Japanese]
    - JKG Japanese (JapKUG) Bible
    - JSD Japanese (JapSNKD) Bible
    - JSI Japanese (JapSNKI) Bible

    See post #1 of this thread for the new downloads.

    Robin
    Robin Song, M.Div
    Andrews University Theological Seminary
    Berrien Springs, MI

  8. #18

    Default New Versions

    Due to Haejin Kim's recent massive update, the Korean Bibles have escalated to first place amongst the three languages.

    If *anybody* has any Chinese or Japanese (or even more Korean) Bibles that can be added to this list, please let me know so that we can really make BibleWorks the most complete Bible software in the world.

    Robin
    Robin Song, M.Div
    Andrews University Theological Seminary
    Berrien Springs, MI

  9. #19

    Default Appreciated!!!

    Thank you Robin,
    I really enjoy it.
    Great job!!

    Haejin,
    Last edited by kimuspr; 07-12-2006 at 11:51 AM.
    Ronen H. Kim, D.Miss.
    Assistant Professor, Evangelia University, CA, USA
    Director of the MCD (Mission Coram Deo) (2012~present)
    Missionary to Mexico & Puerto Rico (1996~2012)

    ronenhkim @ gmail.com

  10. #20

    Default Japanese Bible Update

    I've just updated the Japanese Bibles. The acronyms JKUG, JSNKI, JSNKD were driving me crazy.

    Thanks to my Japanese pastor friend however, they have finally been identified properly and the links have been updated. You can re-download the Japanese Bibles under their proper names now at post #1 of this thread:

    http://www.bibleworks.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1647

    Blessings,

    Robin
    Robin Song, M.Div
    Andrews University Theological Seminary
    Berrien Springs, MI

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