new url for TNIV revisions suggestions

We’ve been getting some helpful suggestions for revising the TNIV. I will forward them to the CBT by the end of this year. But we could be getting many more suggestions. Whenever you are reading the TNIV, if you spot a wording which you think could be improved. please consider posting it to the list so it can be forwarded to the CBT.

You can click on the posting link in the margin of the TNIV Truth blog, or if you prefer, you can use a new url which will redirect you to the revision suggestions form:

(If that url doesn’t work for you, click here.)

Please feel free to distribute the new url widely on your own Internet websites or blogs and in email messages to friends.

The form does not ask for your email address, so you will not be spammed by the Bravenet service which hosts the form.

10 thoughts on “new url for TNIV revisions suggestions

  1. Wayne Leman says:

    Unfortunately, none of those links work.

    Hmm, that’s odd. I just checked each link in both IE7 and FF2 and each one works fine. Do you need to flush your cache? (I didn’t ask if you were flush with cash?!)

  2. Wayne Leman says:

    I have left a comment on the TNIV Truth blog that I have just checked on the re-direct link within these others browsers running on my Windows-based computer:


    I have not yet found a browser for which the re-direct link does not take me to the TNIV revision suggestions form.

    I’m wondering if the problem is only occurring on Mac systems? If so, I will try to find an answer for that issue.

  3. Wayne Leman says:

    Oh, there is a simple poll in the margin of the TNIV Truth blog to try to find out how many people are not able to use the re-direct link. If you have the time (10 seconds?), please help by answering that poll question.

  4. exegete77 says:

    Wayne, I’m curious how you checked Safari browser on a Windows platform.

    Unfortunately, some people think that designing a site to handle IE makes it “standard”. Such is not the case. IE does not conform to International standards. If the designer follows www3 guidelines, then mac browsers have no problems.

  5. Wayne Leman says:

    Safari is now available for Windows platforms as well as the Mac. I downloaded Safari from its website.

    Everything I learned in life I learned … by googling! 🙂

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