The Complete Guide to Bible Translation: Bible Translation Choices and Translation Principles
From the time the New Testament was first copied to the twenty-first century, scribes and translators have faced a myriad of concerns in preserving the biblical text. Edward Andrews guides the reader through the challenges of translation, from which original manuscripts to trust to the issues in the language barrier to the theological concerns raised in the translation process. Containing a history of the Bible's translation and appendixes on translation conferences and debates, The Complete Guide to Bible Translation is perfect for any beginner interested in learning about the process involved in each translation, or for the more experienced Bible student, looking for resources to support his translational and textual studies.
When it comes to defending the Bible from textual, scientific, and historical criticism, Edward D. Andrews has everything you need to begin your study. Written for the eager newcomer to Bible interpretation, textual criticism, and apologetics, these volumes seek to definitively answer any complaint or argument against the Bible's divine inspiration.
- Bible-Translation.Net Books, October 2012
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