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The Voice New Testament: Revised & Updated
Published by Thomas Nelson
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On 11/23 Sparkling SAHM wrote: When I first saw this translation of the Bible, there were several things that really interested me. First of all, I like that the basic premise is that the reader is going to “step into the story of scripture.” While I already have a translation that I love, I appreciate reading other translations. ... The Voice New Testament: Find Another Translation...
On 11/23 Grace In The Margins wrote: Recently, I had the chance to review "The Voice, New Testament", a step into the story of scripture. Upon looking at the book it is hard to tell what the difference between this bible and all of the rest would really be, but difference there is. This bible is written in story form, almost as if you were ... "The Voice, New Testament"
On 11/21 Writer Rani wrote: The Voice is a result of 27 Bible scholars, 51 writers and 36 other contributors getting together to bring us a work of literature. This version has song, poetry, truth and wisdom to bring you to God with your whole being. Included is: Four different reading plans for Advent, Lent and Ester, in ... The Voice New Testament: Step into the Story of Scripture
On 11/21 Caroline wrote: Thomas Nelson, Inc. has joined with Ecclesia Bible Society to create a new Bible translation combining the efforts of biblical scholars, pastors, and artists called The Voice. (Currently available for just the New Testament. A full Bible is due out next Spring.)This excerpt from the Preface helps explain ... Book Review - The Voice New Testament
On 11/18 invisibleforeigner wrote: I am not entirely sure who the audience of The Voice is supposed to be. The Voice is a functional equivalence translation, where thoughts and ideas are conveyed in ways that might make more sense to modern readers than a literal translation style would. However, this approach is not really suitable for ... Well, it is readable...
On 11/18 Logan Stewart wrote: I'm not sure if you've noticed, but oftentimes, the bible can come across as stuffy. Especially if you're reading an older translation. Conversely, there are many translations that are paraphrases, and while these are beneficial at times, they are also problematic, too. The Voice is ... The Voice NT, a Review
On 11/18 TransformingWords wrote: Once again, I’ve received another book to review from BookSneeze. This one was a little more interesting to me, and hopefully to you, because it’s a new translation of the Bible called The Voice. Opening Disclosures -- First, BookSneeze was gracious to send me this book for free, but that has no ... Reviewing The Voice NT
On 11/17 Tomi Clark wrote: I enjoy reading various translations of the Bible. The Voice™ Bible translation was an easy to read Bible translation and very unique in the manner in which it presents the scripture. The wording is akin to a New Living or New King James translation but the text seemed to sway here and there. Now ... The Voice New Testament Book Review
On 11/14 Organic Shoes wrote: The Voice New Testament is a brand new translation that reads more like a story and helps to engage and help readers to make a more personal connection with the Word. The Voice presents itself as a story rather than an informative textbook that allows its readers to get up close and personal with the ... The Voice: A New way to reading the Bible
On 11/14 Arlyn S wrote: Brilliant! I am always very interested in new translations of the Bible. So, when I saw this version available for review, I jumped at the opportunity. First of all, the whole concept behind this translation is genius! This translation is written much like a screenplay. For example, instead of saying: the ... The Voice--Bible Translation by Thomas Nelson