If You Were Stuck On A Desert Island...

 If you were stuck on a desert island...

If you were stuck on a desert island...

When I first started blogging, I spent a lot of time worrying about SEO and what search terms were going to get readers to my blog, with little success as far as I was able to tell.  However, over time, it seems that the Googlers or Yahooers I was hoping would find there way here have.  (There just aren't millions of people searching for "ancient hebrew pictographs," yet, go figure.) But, from time to time, I get a surfer who washes ashore here from an interesting search string.  I think this is the most interesting so far:

If you were stuck on a desert island which...

Huh? That's as much of the search string as I was able to retrieve, but I am curious how it ended.  In July, I wrote a post wherein I mentioned that if I were stuck on a deserted island with only two Bible translations, I would take my NASB and King James Version, but I don't recall ever writing about desert islands or being stuck on one otherwise.

Assuming someone did actually ask:

If you were stuck on a desert island, which Bible translation(s) would you take?

I now ask you to help this lone Googler out and advise him or her which Bible translation(s) you would take if you were stuck on a deserted island and why.

And don't list seven, that would defeat the purpose.  I won't put any limits, but be reasonable, you would be traveling afterall.

I've Never Been Described Like That

And the winner is...