This chapter is one where on the 19th page, you'll see that it says, “the Bible has been published in 2600 languages and thus is available to more than 90% of the worlds population." What the organization has done though as it is slightly misleading in terms of how many Bibles it actually prints. If you take a look and the latest revision of New World translation, You will see on the credits page/Copyright page at the very beginning, Call Mark available in whole or in part in over 120 languages." So what we have is New World translation isn't 120 languages and all the other translations far exceed that. The King James bible that the organization recognizes is printed in 2,454 languages: http://www.kingjamesbibleonline.org/King-James-Bible-Anniversary/
My high school custodian then told me that there is virtually no difference between any Bible (some of the difference I highlighted in the chapter four interaction). Every single one of them pretty much reads the exact same way. I previously showed her a Bible translation chart. She was not aware of this. I talked her a little bit and told her about how Bible translations are either word for word or thought for thought. She was greatly amazed at this when I informed her about it. A general observation, they forget things a lot or they choose to not bring something up. When you want to look at something with them, you need to make a point to write it down for future reference.
The next heading to harmonious and accurate. With this I would normally agree. However I've read through the New Testament portion of the New World translation. When you take that and you contrast that with other versus you'll see quickly that the New World Translation is not a very harmonious version of the Bible because our times where does contradict itself. This is true to an extent when you look at things through the Watchtower lens.
One thing at the Bible is not accurate in terms of their temptation is the fall of Jerusalem obviously this is true. Speaking matter of factly, the Bible has a much better prophetic record than the organization does. The organization on page 24 recommends that you read another book “A Book for All People.” Groups that are like this will often self reference other publications that they have. The Mormons do this as well. It’s a cultic tactic. Moving along what we have is this one case 26 and again I agree wholeheartedly with what. Paragraph 20 is also the truth.