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Current bibles are translations of translations and edits of edits of edits (*30-ish), and all the translations and edits were performed by partisan people with their own axes to grind, so there's nothing to stop you or anyone else adding their own spin to it..
Anyway, for all we know, your version could be the closest to the original.
Personally, though, I think it was probably a lot more like Harry Potter.
I wanna be a eunuchs developer! Pass me a bread knife!
I think it was probably a lot more like Harry Potter.
(Takes out wand) Amendo Scriptorium!
Translating from the Hebrew, the original English version of the verse I quoted is probably quite close to what Moses brought down the mountain. We have the Aleppo Codex of the entire Bible which dates back to the early 10th Century, and fragments that match it date back much further. The parts that have been most often changed are the parts that supposedly predict the coming of Jesus - replacing "Young Woman" in the original with "Virgin", etc.
Freedom is the freedom to say that two plus two make four. If that is granted, all else follows.
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Its core engine hasn't been updated for like 6 years. It's fine, because it works, but the input and output is ugly and clunky as it's basically a port of C lex meaning method names like yylex() abound.
As far as fun, sometimes you have to get through the ugly bits before you can get to the fun