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    Default The Bible in Klingon

    Yes apparently some serious fans of Star Trek have developed the entire language and are now translating the bible into Klingon. The "KLV" as this guy has it, is only a translation from English, but he says they are working on one from the textus receptus.

    http://klv.mrklingon.org/

    Very funny, to say the least.

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    Hi,

    a klingon bible coded in zefania xml can be found here:

    http://sourceforge.net/project/showf...ease_id=223263

    Perhaps on could convert it to a BW-Modul ?


    or you use this nice zefania xml viewer at:

    http://mybible.de/en/index.html

    greetings
    sigrid

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    Quote Originally Posted by RJames
    Yes apparently some serious fans of Star Trek have developed the entire language and are now translating the bible into Klingon. The "KLV" as this guy has it, is only a translation from English, but he says they are working on one from the textus receptus.

    http://klv.mrklingon.org/

    Very funny, to say the least.
    It's always nice to see Geeks doing well....

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    Perhaps one could convert it to a BW-Modul ?

    lol, Jedoch..... Ich weiss nicht, wie nütlich mir das bei meinen Studien der Bibel sein könnte.

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    Default Klingon Bible

    The Klingon Bible has now been added to the Master List:

    http://www.bibleworks.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1648

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

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    Perhaps all we need now is that African Clicking noise from that movie "The Gods must Be Crazy"

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    Angry What? No Pig Latin?

    I-may isappointed-day at-thay ou-yay ave-hay ot-nay ut-pay e-thay ible-bay in-ay ig-Pay atin-Lay in-ay is-thay ollection-cay!

    Avid--Day Ay-mckay
    David McKay
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    Default Pig Latin

    Quote Originally Posted by Gontroppo
    I-may isappointed-day at-thay ou-yay ave-hay ot-nay ut-pay e-thay ible-bay in-ay ig-Pay atin-Lay in-ay is-thay ollection-cay!

    Avid--Day Ay-mckay
    Hilarious. Actually, I could write a program to convert the KJV (or any version for that matter) into Pig Latin -- shouldn't be too difficult.

    Don't know if there would be much demand for it though...

    Anyways!

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

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    Default Ible-bay in-ay ig-pay Atin-lay

    Hi Robin

    It has already been done.
    I saw a Pig Latin version of John's Gospel years ago.
    There is also allegedly a whole bible.
    See http://www.museumofconceptualart.com...enesis-gay.txt
    Avid-Day Ay-mckay
    David McKay
    Aussie Christian
    http://gontroppo.blogspot.com/
    What I'm Reading
    http://themusickeplace.blogspot.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by RJames
    Yes apparently some serious fans of Star Trek have developed the entire language and are now translating the bible into Klingon. The "KLV" as this guy has it, is only a translation from English, but he says they are working on one from the textus receptus.

    http://klv.mrklingon.org/

    Very funny, to say the least.
    Perhaps the "Klingons" would better spend their time learning Hebrew and Greek?

    Just an observation....

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