Category Archives: Translating the Bible

More than a Hobby: Steve Green’s Bible Collection and New Bible Museum

And I thought J. Mark Bertrand had a lot of Bibles!  Just a few years ago, Steve Green, the owner of Hobby Lobby, began a collection of Bible artifacts.  Now, just four years later, the Green Collection is one of … Continue reading

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Making a Good Translation Better, Part II: The Case for Updating the ESV

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In my last post, I took a brief look at the latest update to the ESV translation of the Bible, and gave the Translation Committee a hearty “good job.” So much for the good news for the ESV. Today, I turn … Continue reading

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Making a Good Translation Better: The 2011 ESV Update and Beyond

As previously discussed, the ESV Translation Committee has recently introduced 27 pages worth of updates to the English Standard Version translation of the Bible.  Since then, a full list of changes has been made available online.  Now, just last week, someone over … Continue reading

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Servant or Slave: A Glimpse Inside the Bible Translation Process

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Where do our modern translations come from? Who are the translators and how do they decide what the end result will be? And when, after all, is the process finally completed? Or is it ever completed? Well, thanks to the … Continue reading

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