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Bible translations

  • by United Church of God
Do you recommend a particular version? What are the strengths and weaknesses of various English-language translations of the Bible? Is there a best translation out there?
  • by Malcolm Murray
To be wise students of the Bible, we must all consider the origins of the words.
  • by John Ross Schroeder
In its 400-year history, the King James Version has been the most printed and the most influential of all Bible translations. Commissioned by England's King James I, this Bible translation produced in 1611 transformed English life and culture. Several billion copies have been published. What makes this book so unique?
  • by Good News
A letter written from prison by William Tyndale lay buried in the archives of the Council of Brabant in Belgium for some 300 years. The contents are heartbreaking.
  • by John Ross Schroeder
Do we understand and appreciate what it took to give us the Bible? The English-speaking world owes much to William Tyndale, who, almost four centuries ago, risked—and gave—his life to give us the Bible.