BIBLE TRANSLATION MAGAZINE: All Things Bible Translation (April 2014)

BIBLE TRANSLATION MAGAZINE: All Things Bible Translation (April 2014)

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by Edward D. Andrews
     
 

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The new translation philosophy is called dynamic equivalence, but that designation is very inadequate to cover all that modernizing translations actually do. In fact, equivalence is not usually, what these translations give. Usually they give a substitution or replacement for what the original says. Additionally, dynamic equivalent translators omit material from

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The new translation philosophy is called dynamic equivalence, but that designation is very inadequate to cover all that modernizing translations actually do. In fact, equivalence is not usually, what these translations give. Usually they give a substitution or replacement for what the original says. Additionally, dynamic equivalent translators omit material from material in the original and add to it. Dynamic equivalent translators feel no compulsion to reproduce in English the words that the biblical authors wrote. In fact, the prefaces to these translations, as well as surrounding published materials and interviews, hold verbal equivalence up to scorn. These prefaces and translators are bold to claim that a translation that departs from the words of the biblical authors is often more accurate than translations that reproduce the words of the original text. - Leland Ryken

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940149225842
Publisher:
Christian Publishing House
Publication date:
04/01/2014
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Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
145
File size:
870 KB

Meet the Author

EDWARD D. ANDREWS (BS in Religion at Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary, MA in Biblical Studies at Temple-Baptist Seminary, and MDiv in Theology at Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary) is CEO and President of Christian Publishing House. He is a member of the Society of Biblical Literature and Associates for Biblical Research. He has authored twenty books and coauthored and updated and expanded three books, as well as dozens of articles.

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BIBLE TRANSLATION MAGAZINE All Things Bible Translation (May 2011) 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
JayEss More than 1 year ago
This magazine looks to be a promising scholarly resource for the arm-chair Bible translators and genuine Bible readers alike! As I write this review I note that the March issue is also out, I look forward to catching up on those articles as well. I hope this same quality is maintained throughtout the life of the magazine! Kudos!
andy fordham More than 1 year ago
I love this magazine and look foward to it coming out every other month.loads of info on the original laguages and word searches
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Slowjoh More than 1 year ago
I would happily pay more for such a quality read.But like,as if i would tell them that.
Roger_McRay More than 1 year ago
I read the January edition too, and felt it had much to offer, with its great variety of articles. I found the articles in this edition to be well written, informative, and easy to understand. I like the great variety of articles. I look forward to the next edition.
James_7 More than 1 year ago
The magazine has a variety of articles. The thing that I liked most is they they were written for the regular folk. Also, most magazines do not have a hundred pages of articles, so you are really getting your money's worth. I am looking forward to the next issue.