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The Voice New Testament: Revised & Updated
Published by Thomas Nelson
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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 11/14 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
On 11/11 dawniep wrote: I have to admit that I didn't think I would like this book but after spending time with it, I find it a wonderful addition to our library. As a homeschool mom, one of the subjects I am responsible for is Spiritual and this is a wonderful help for me. It puts the bible into modern language and therefore ... A Great Book for any Library!
On 11/8 Cindy Navarro wrote: Reading The Voice New Testament has been almost like reading the Bible with fresh eyes. In some ways it reminds me of reading a screenplay, since it clarifies who is speaking. The language has a vitality to it that is absent in some of the stricter translations, and truly brings Scripture to life. One ... The Voice New Testament
On 11/8 boylescs02 wrote: Book ReviewThe Voice New Testament BibleI have reviewed the The Voice New Testament Bible by looking through the book as one would when looking to by a Bible. I read through various parts of the book and was impressed with the layout. First off I would not place this in a category with most Bibles. This ... The Voice New Testament Bible - Book Reiview
On 11/6 fizzle7033 wrote: I was excited to review this book since I enjoy reading different translations of the Bible. I was slightly disappointed to discover that this was not so much of a translation as a retelling. This version is a compilation of efforts by several artists and religious experts. Quotes are written as dialougue, ... Bible version which is easy to read!
On 11/6 Peter Stevens wrote: This semester I have been teaching Principles of Bible Study 1 at LCU. One of the things that I have been trying to emphasize to my students is the fact that God's revelation comes to us through the medium of story. There are letters, laws, poems, proverbs, and prophetic visions, but the overwhelming ... Scripture as Story: A Review of The Voice New Testament
On 11/5 Sviatoslav Bouz wrote: The Voice New Testament: Step Into the Story of Scripture by Thomas Nelson is truly a one of a kind bible translation. I have read plenty of Bible translations, King James, NKJV, NIV, NLT, RBS (Russian translation), and most recently The Message, from Genesis to Revelations. Unfortunately I only read ... The Voice New Testament: Step Into the Story of Scripture
On 11/4 David Hitt wrote: With a unique approach to translation and presentation, the new "The Voice" New Testament does a great job of making The Book feel like, well, a book. Neither completely a word-for-word or thought-for-thought Bible, "The Voice" builds on a direct translation approach at its core, supplemented with in-line ... Making The Book read like a book