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Edited by Robin Lorimer, and with a new introduction by James Robertson. The Greek scholar William Lorimer spent the last ten years of his life  working on this project. Each Gospel has a different form of Scots to  match the different forms of Greek used by the various apostles and  scribes, and the vigour and immediacy of the language is everywhere apparent. Transcribed, edited and published by his son Robin Lorimer, this scholarly and dramatically fresh reading of an already  familiar text caused a sensation when it first appeared in 1983. Beyond  the poetry of the King James version, here are the voices of the  disciples themselves, speaking, as they undoubtedly did, in 'plain braid Galilee'.

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