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Baptist City Holdout said:
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Anyone else notice the way they spelled "Saviour"? 

At least they've got that right.  Any other way is blasphemy.
In American English, savior is the preferred spelling of the noun referring to (1) a person who rescues another from danger, or (2) Jesus. All other main varieties of English use saviour.

I knew I'd get a "bite".

The FFF never fails!
Only pink tea and lemonade com - promisers use "Savior."

Hey!  We serve a seven-letter SAVIOUR!!!! 
( I actually heard that once from someone.  Has a nice ring to it, don't you agree?  Someone ought to write a song! :)

 

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patriotic said:
Someone ought to write a song! :) )

See the need, take the lead.
 

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Baptist City Holdout said:
I serve a seven letter SAVIOUR, He's in my heart today!!!!

I know that He can Spe-ell, whatever men may say
 

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Twisted said:
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I serve a seven letter SAVIOUR, He's in my heart today!!!!

I know that He can Spe-ell, whatever men may say

I know that He is leading to spell the British way...
 

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patriotic said:
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Baptist City Holdout said:
I serve a seven letter SAVIOUR, He's in my heart today!!!!

I know that He can Spe-ell, whatever men may say

I know that He is leading to spell the British way...

I assume that most of this is just mocking; making a big deal out of UK English and American English spelling is just silly.

;D
Besides, sotera (NT Greek for Savior) is six letters, so the American way is more Biblical.
;D ;D ;D ;D
 

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Walt said:
patriotic said:
Twisted said:
Baptist City Holdout said:
I serve a seven letter SAVIOUR, He's in my heart today!!!!

I know that He can Spe-ell, whatever men may say

I know that He is leading to spell the British way...

I assume that most of this is just mocking; making a big deal out of UK English and American English spelling is just silly.

;D
Besides, sotera (NT Greek for Savior) is six letters, so the American way is more Biblical.
;D ;D ;D ;D
How about the 'merican way of pronunciation? 
 

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Walt said:
patriotic said:
Twisted said:
Baptist City Holdout said:
I serve a seven letter SAVIOUR, He's in my heart today!!!!

I know that He can Spe-ell, whatever men may say

I know that He is leading to spell the British way...

I assume that most of this is just mocking; making a big deal out of UK English and American English spelling is just silly.

;D
Besides, sotera (NT Greek for Savior) is six letters, so the American way is more Biblical.
;D ;D ;D ;D

But how does the Greek contribute to the song lyrics we were writing?
 

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Walt said:
patriotic said:
Twisted said:
Baptist City Holdout said:
I serve a seven letter SAVIOUR, He's in my heart today!!!!

I know that He can Spe-ell, whatever men may say

I know that He is leading to spell the British way...

I assume that most of this is just mocking; making a big deal out of UK English and American English spelling is just silly.

;D
Besides, sotera (NT Greek for Savior) is six letters, so the American way is more Biblical.
;D ;D ;D ;D
It was commenced a page or two ago about Saviour being the inspired spelling, and without the U it being uninspired.
 
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