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The Voice New Testament: Revised & Updated
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On 6/12 Justin Heap wrote: The Voice is a new translation --in many ways a paraphrase, of the New Testament. It brings together the integration of beauty, creativity and scholarship including input from artists, poets, teachers, etc. Two most notable in my circles would be Brian McLaren and Chris Seay.I have read several ... Book Review: The Voice New Testament
On 6/12 Mary McLure wrote: From the Description - "The Voice™ Bible translation is a faithful dynamic translation of the Scriptures done as a collage of compelling narratives, poetry, song, truth, and wisdom. The Voice calls the reader to step into the whole story of Scripture and experience the joy and wonder of God’s revelation. ... Book Review: The Voice New Testament
On 6/4 TimJones wrote: When I read the description of The Voice New Testament, I was excited... How could I be otherwise? A new translation of the Bible that combines artistic writing with scholarly accountability... Sign me up. There are a number of things to like about The Voice. Ecclesia Bible Society went to great lengths ... BookReview: The Voice New Testament...
On 6/2 Sally wrote: When I first received a copy of The Voice, I said, “My biggest complaint about The Voice is that I didn't get two copies. I want to share it, but I want to enjoy it myself.” I succumbed. I gave my hard copy away when I saw that could get another free copy from Booksneeze, a bloggers book review program ... Had to Get Another Copy!
On 5/31 Jason Hanselman wrote: This book review is a little strange to me… my assignment is to critique the Bible. Well… it’s only a version of it, but I’m under qualified to give an academic response. I want to make just three points with this book review: If you want a “change of pace” in your normal reading plan… ... Unique View
On 5/23 William Colburn wrote: I have been a fan of the New Testament Voice for several years. This updated edition deepens my appreciation for the Voice. One of the first things you will notice is its conversational format. This restructuring of the text underscores what is implicit, but often neutralized by common presentation. ... The Voice - updated
On 5/23 His Mercy is New wrote: I really enjoy reading various versions of the Bible, so I was excited to review The Voice New Testament. I was a little bit familiar with the editor of this book, Chris Seay, who wrote A Place at the Table, which I recommended for Lent. This Bible is a great resource to have. I really enjoyed the ... The Voice: New Testament
On 5/21 MsNichols wrote: I enjoy reading different versions of the Bible. Every different translation offers something new to reflect on. The Voice New Testament: Revised & Updated is my first e-Bible! Using a Kindle version of a Bible was new to me and I honestly have to say that it was weird not to feel an actual Bible in ... Read the Bible again: The Voice New Testament
On 5/14 Krister Dunn wrote: The Voice is definitely a unique translation. In some ways I found it to be really interesting and in others I was confused by it. Here’s the breakdown… I really like how it gives you some additional scriptural context and historical background. The additional insights can really deepen your understanding ... BOOKSneeze Review | The Voice, New Testament
On 5/9 Sharon wrote: “The heart of the project is retelling the story of the Bible in a form as fluid as modern literary works, yet remaining painstakingly true to the original Greek, Hebrew, and Aramaic texts.” - Kindle Location 251I think this will be able to help new believers to start/continue having devotions.Great ... The Voice