Tag Archives: translation

Gender-Bending in John

I was reading the Bible on my cellphone the other day, and noticed that YouVersion had other languages beyond English! Well, since I’ve been spending my time in French, I thought I’d browse within the Nouvelle Edition de Genève (NEG79), … Continue reading

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Psalm 1

I have been away from looking at Hebrew for a while, and didn’t really get as far as I’d like before. Part of that was not having a Hebrew Bible to work through and an instructional text that expected you … Continue reading

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Joab and David

Janet McLarren has been leading our class this week in a brief survey of anthropology and its connection to biblical translation in those places of the world without Scripture. I have enjoyed hearing her speak and share her insight. But … Continue reading

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Some Stuff From Today

Today we covered some interesting ground, and a number of  people spoke about the need for translation for  those language groups that had not yet been reached. I must admit I’m pretty amazed at some of what Wycliffe has to … Continue reading

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Titus 1:1-4 (Take 2)

I have the pleasure of a Ukrainian bible at my disposal. And my intention is to blog not only a translation from Greek to English, but also to compare Ukrainian to the Greek and English translations of both. I myself, … Continue reading

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