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The Voice New Testament: Revised & Updated
Published by Thomas Nelson
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On 9/15 Cody Vickers wrote: The Voice is a Bible translation that was published by Thomas Nelson. I wasn't initially inclined to read this version of the Bible, because I didn't like the idea of changing the Bible into a "story". I mean, isn't it already written in story form? But after reading some good reviews on the translation, ... The Voice Review
On 9/3 Peter wrote: With so many Bible version already produced, I often wonder why anyone would create a new translation. Many of the translation available are too similar. But, if you are looking for a unique version of the Bible, you may be interested in The Voice New Testament. The Voice New Testament is certainly a ... Book Review: The Voice New Testament (Kindle Edition)
On 8/28 Phillip Coxwell wrote: So I requested this book to review quite some time ago, and am finally getting around to my review of it. The description of The Voice claims that this translation is a “faithful dynamic translation of the Scriptures done as a collage of compelling narratives, poetry, song, truth, and wisdom.” After ... It's good... not great.
On 8/19 ttureson wrote: I really like the concept of this book. Taking the Bible and re-telling it more as a story rather than a text to study. I think that the extra verbiage is a great way to get some new readers, who might get lost with one of the original translations. Now actually reading it, this I am afraid did take ... The Voice New Testament: Revised & Updated by Thomas Nelson
On 8/15 outdoorextremeyo wrote: I requested this book, hoping not only for a fresh look at my favorite book, but some real meat to gnaw on. I’m not a Bible scholar and am not as studied up as I should be, but this version seemed a little over simplistic. Often the commentary did little more than repeat the previous verse when the ... The Voice
On 8/1 Chelsey wrote: Thomas Nelson Publishers and Ecclesia Bible Society have teamed up to retell the story of scripture through creating a "translation that was faithful and accurate to the original languages while at the same time beautiful and readable". The result of this collaboration is The Voice New Testament. There ... Refreshing!
On 7/30 Catherine wrote: What I experienced while reading The Voice was an intimate, comfortable portrayal of Jesus that felt a lot like how the early oral Gospels must have felt. Imagine sitting around a rough table in an early Christian home or a campfire somewhere along a dirt road to somewhere and the conversation turns ... THE VOICE NEW TESTAMENT: A REVIEW
On 6/29 Lisa wrote: Review of the Voice New Testement Version of the Bible I love this new translation that reads more like a story than anything. It holds the readers interest, being so easy to understand and follow along. It contains, all of the truth and wisdom of God's Word while using a poetic form to and teach and ... Review of the Voice
On 6/24 Pidjen wrote: I love having various translations of the Bible around. I enjoy comparing them, and will pick up a different version, depending on my mood (the more serious my mood, the more traditional the translation I’ll gravitate toward). I was excited to review this translation, because the publisher stresses ... Very Nice, Except For the Italicized Additions
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