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The Voice of Psalms
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On 12/31 Rev. Mancy Gant wrote: The Voice of Psalms is a great book for people who want to engage with the Psalms and find the Psalm section of their regular Bible a bit bland for what is meant to be a collection of songs of praise to God and yet want something more accurate than The Message. The reflections included help you understand ... The Voice of Psalms - "Book Review" ..
On 10/2 Pete McM wrote: The Voice is a new Bible translation project that involves many artists, scholars and writers, headed up by Chris Seay, in an attempt to provide a translation that is accurate and yet maintains the creative style of the original text. Which makes the book of Psalms a great fit, as this translation style ... Pete McM // The Voice of the Psalms Review
On 7/3 Joe Green wrote: The Voice of the Psalms eloquently waxes out a new perspective on the longest book of the Bible. The language used throughout the book poetically enhances and reiterates the beautiful language of the authors of the Psalms. With added notes and explanatory devotions placed along with different psalms ... A Simply Amazing Read!
On 1/15 Sandy Radeke wrote: I really wanted to like this translation of the Psalms on the theory that anything that gets the current generation into the Bible has got to be good. I often look at Bible passages in several different translations ranging from ones that are closer to word-for-word end of the translation spectrum to ... "The Voice of the Psalms" -- a new translation I don't recommend
On 9/21 David Carter wrote: The Voice of Psalms is a new translation - or to be more accurate interpretation - of the book of Psalms that is the result of collaboration among scholars, pastors, writers, musicians, poets and other artists. Their goal was to help believers experience the joy and wonder of God's revelation, producing ... Book Review - The Voice of Psalms
On 8/24 Lora Bourland wrote: The Voice of Psalms is a daily reading Bible written in literary style. In essence, I saw it as a paraphrase with a bit more attention to staying true to Biblical text. It took me several months after receiving the book to put up this review -- on one hand because of circumstances going on in my life, ... book review: the voice of psalms
On 8/19 Jennifer Price wrote: I love the book of Psalms which is why it took me several months to read The Voice of Psalms. I wanted to really read and savor every word. This translation, simply called The Voice, comes from a collaboration of artists, musicians, writers, scholars, pastors, poets, and more. I found it to be beautifully ... Good Addition To Your Bible Library
On 8/6 Kel Vaughan wrote: My first reaction to hearing about The Voice of Psalms left me a little worried. I was afraid that we were being given yet another paraphrase that would sit on shelves gathering dust.As I read through this I was struck by a couple of things that intrigued me about this effort. First, I loved that God ... The Voice of Psalms
On 7/7 David Snyder wrote: A great read and wonderful for devotionals. The Voice of the Psalms is a contemporary reading of the book of Psalms along with some incredible thoughts for most of the Psalms. These thoughts, for further reflection on the Psalm, were written by a unique team from fiction authors, poets, pastors, scholars ... The Voice of the Psalms, Thomas Nelson Inc.
On 6/29 Michaela O'Connor wrote: Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from Thomas Nelson Publishers as part of their BookSneeze.com book review bloggers program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s ... Review: the voice of psalms