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The Voice New Testament
Published by Thomas Nelson
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On 12/5 Mike Knott wrote: I've had a copy of The Voice sitting on my shelf for long enough that I had almost forgotten about it. As a Pastor to students I am often on the lookout for Bible translations that will help engage students in the Word of God. I'm not keen on the gimmicky nature of many of these "translations" ... Reviewing The Voice...
On 3/16 Kaci Lusk wrote: Many of you have read my How Sharp is Your Sword post from 2006, and know that I'm not fond of many translations other than the KJV. I read the KJV daily and study out of the KJV and the NIV. I truly enjoy paralleling versions to see what they say. If I could read Greek and Hebrew, I think I would probably ... Book Review: The Voice New Testament
On 3/1 Barbara Graves wrote: The Voice is a scripture project. It’s contributors include pastors, poets, musicians, writers and artists. It takes the New Testament and provides a part-version, part-paraphrase, part-story combination that will spur the imagination and stir the mind of the reader. Many of the verses are very similar ... The Voice New Testament
On 1/22 Daniel Fogarty wrote: I must say I did not enjoy this book as much as I thought I would. Some of the issues I have with The Voice is that it claims to be a version of the Bible and not a book. The Voice clearly states that it added words were the author thought it would bring clarity… so in my mind it is not a translation ... book review "The Voice New Testament"
On 1/21 Alex Klages wrote: I collect Bible translations, largely because with so many of them available, it is good to be aware of whichever one any of the members in the congregations I serve may be using. Through their website called BookSneeze, Thomas Nelson Publishers kindly provided a copy of the Voice New Testament for me to review and keep. ... The Voice New Testament
On 1/10 Cari Sue Murphy wrote: i have been reading my The Voice new testament for months now and have thoroughly enjoyed its translation of the new testament. Jesus is referred to as the Liberating King & the gospel stories are written out almost like a script- it brings you right into the drama and story of the life of Jesus. Men ... the voice is refreshing- great for teens
On 1/5 Amy Touchette wrote: I have kept this book for quite a while now before posting a review, because it has been immensely helpful for a religion major like myself. This translation of the New Testament has given me an extra resource and go-to while working on homework and papers, but it also very refreshing to go to when I ... Must Have!
On 1/3 Jeanette Morris wrote: The list of minds and talents behind this new rendition of the New Testament is impressive, as is the intent of their approach: to present the Bible in a user-friendly format, unencumbered by extraneous dialog tags and vocabulary specific to religion and theology. The hope was to make the scriptures ... Nice try
On 11/11 bcmom wrote: Some people think that it's not the Bible unless it's the King James version of the Bible, but I like different translations. I like translations that are actually written in English, in a language I can understand. When I had a chance to receive and review The Voice New Testament (currently $8 from ... The Voice New Testament
On 10/12 Kimberly Minard wrote: When Booksneeze posted The Voice New Testament by Thomas Nelson available for review, I jumped at the chance to read this translation. I currently read two different translations of the bible and reference another. I like to read different perspectives and verbiage… it’s just helpful ... Book Review