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The Voice New Testament: Revised & Updated
Published by Thomas Nelson
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On 11/9 Evelyn wrote: Published by: Ecclesia Bible SocietyThis is probably best described as a devotional New Testament put together by proponents of the Emergent Church. Very much like The Message, the translation is dynamic and original with much of the text laid out in playwright format or prose. This Bible also has quite ... The Voice New Testament: Revised & Updated
On 11/8 Natacha Rambova wrote: 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. Created for and by ... 'The Voice' New Testament: Step Into the Story of Scripture ~ Translated by Ecclesia Bible Society, Thomas Nelson, INC.
On 11/8 Mel wrote: The Voice New Testament is a refreshing new perspective on the New Testament. The language this translation uses is modern, yet manages to retain depth of meaning. It includes further explanation in some places and does not assume the reader has read the entire New Testament previously. The introductions ... The Voice refreshes!
On 11/6 Brenda Casto wrote: I have been collecting Bible's for several years so I was excited to be able to review "The Voice."I found several things to like about this one, but also a few things that could be better. First I always enjoy any version of the Bible that allows me to better understand the scriptures and that's just ... The Voice New Testament ~ review
On 11/4 Lynnda Ell wrote: Not since The Message has a translation of the Bible flowed so freely in the English language. Since translators focused on that attribute, I would say they succeeded in reaching their goal. Another thing that the editors got right was the level and tone of extra information. Rather than scholarly footnotes, ... The Voice New Testament
On 11/2 Jennifer Ellis wrote: I have recently had the privilege to review The Voice New Testament: Step Into the Story of Scripture. The Voice shares the New Testament in a narrative, story-like way. It presents the Bible like a script, a play even, making it simple for the reader to distinguish who is speaking (I.e. Jesus: , Peter: ... Book Review: The Voice
On 11/2 Jonathan Ammon wrote: As I am not familiar with Greek, Hebrew or serious Bible scholarship, I am not prepared to review translations on a serious level; however, as a Bible lover who is familiar with literature I can comment on the readability, dynamics and style of the text. On a literary level few Bible translations are ... Review: The Voice New Testament
On 10/31 YouthMinister1204 wrote: The Voice is an attempt by several different modern day authors to bring the story of the New Testament alive. The layout is extremely confusing due to the author's attempts to make the gospels come alive through the narrative provided. The insight provided in many of the sections is well-thought ... The Voice - New Testament
On 10/31 Ben Merritt wrote: The Voice is an accessible and faithful narrative-driven Bible. Put together by a group of scholars and writers from Ecclesia Bible Society, it focuses both on faithfulness to the original text and on readability. They use a unique translation approach they call "contextual equivalence," which is basically ... A Solid Narrative-Driven Bible
On 10/19 Michael Boling wrote: Yet another modernized translation of the Bible? That was my immediate reaction prior to actually receiving it in the mail and perusing its contents. To be quite frank, I was somewhat concerned as to the approach of the contributors to this latest translation given individuals such as Brian McLaren of ... Valuable New Translation for the New Believer