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Lost In Translation

How many ways can you say the same thing? Bible translations provide a clue. BibleStudyTools.com (external link) is a wonderful resource that lets you compare your favorite passage among two dozen or so Bible translations. 466 more words

The Cambridge Clarion: A Brief Review

I went and bought another Bible. But with good reason, I think.

Around the time I switched from the ESV to the NIV, I had to buy a Bible (we had not so much as an NIV in the house; I had been test reading it in digital format only). 1,993 more words



As the light waves of energy of a new day

Begin to wash down in rhythm

A good flow with a Divine gentle breeze, 345 more words

The “Christian Standard Bible” 2017 - Review

Every dozen years or so, I change the Bible translation I use for my personal devotions in order to force myself to read, re-highlight, and notate the text afresh. 1,622 more words


The Bible: 5 key points English teachers should be aware of.


Why do you need to know about the Bible to be an effective English teacher? Surely, it’s a religious text?

  1. It is also possibly the most influential literary text ever written.
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2 Corinthians 5:17 ~ Today's Bible Verse

Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, the new creation has come: The old has gone, the new is here!

~ 2 Corinthians 5:17, NIV

The Holy Bible

Which Version Should I Read?

It seems there are about 4,345,368 English translations of the Bible available today. It’s hard to know which to choose. Many would agree that there’s no real wrong answer, but some argue that one is the only legitimate translation or that one is better than the rest. 2,064 more words