Understanding English Bible Translation: The Case for an Essentially Literal Approach
Dr. Leland Ryken
Crossway Books (2009)
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Bible, Bibles / Other Translations / General, Religion / Biblical Criticism & Interpretation / General, Religion / Biblical Reference / Language Study, Religion / Biblical Studies / General
Paperback 9781433502798
An expert, up-to-date clarification of the issues underlying modern Bible translation, combined with sound argument for an essentially literal translation philosophy. From the KJV to the NIV, NLT, ESV, and beyond, English Bible translations have never been as plentiful as they are today. This proliferation has also brought confusion regarding translation differences and reliability. This book brings clarity to the issues and makes a strong case for an essentially literal approach. Taking into account the latest developments in Bible translation, Leland Ryken expertly clarifies the issues that underlie modern Bible translation by defining the terms that govern this discipline and offering a helpful Q&A. He then contrasts the two main translation traditions—essentially literal and dynamic equivalence—and concludes with sound reasons for choosing the former, with suggestions for using such a translation in the church. This book will appeal to thoughtful readers who have questions about Bible translation; individuals, churches, and ministries in the process of choosing a translation; and college and seminary students and faculty.
Product Details
LoC Classification BS449 .R949 2009
Dewey 220.52001
Cover Price $12.99
No. of Pages 208
Height x Width 216 x 140  mm
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Loaned To Church @ 24/04/2011
Due Date 15/05/2011
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