A Critical Argument in Biblical Scholarship, Part II: “What the heck was he talking about?”

The main hope here is that we as the Church recognize the value of our history, the value of all available manuscripts, and the value of God’s choice to place us in this particular culture, with this particular language, at this particular time.

Revealed: The Need for The Spirit

Friends, I have some tough words to speak today. I fought doing it, but I can’t keep them to myself, and I have to trust that being charitable doesn’t mean hiding from concerns. I’ve written about translations before. It’s a complicated topic. No translation is perfect. No translation really ever will be. There will always… Continue reading Revealed: The Need for The Spirit

NLT Mosaic Bible

I do honestly still struggle with the fact that, theologically and morally, I have been using a translation that has not always jived with the parts of me that are truly conservative. But now the NLT seems to have evened out, and I can honestly use it without fear of being dishonest to myself.