Monthly Archives: January 2013

72. The “dying” of Christ, 2Cor.4:10

72 The “dying” of Jesus. 2Cor4;10 On the farm there are orchards and plough lands. The one is pruned, fertilized, and harvested. The other is ploughed, sowed, fertilized and harvested. The orchard bears its harvest as an ongoing process, the … Continue reading

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71. Is the Textus Receptus infallible? (Rev.17:8)

71 Is the Textus Receptus infallible? Revelation 17:8. Translators of the Bible have the responsibility to present to the reader a translation that is understandable and that makes sense. In one case this is the reason that we would read … Continue reading

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70 Five More Myths about Bible Translations and the Transmission of the Text

Originally posted on Daniel B. Wallace:
There’s an old Italian proverb that warns translators about jumping in to the task: “Traduttori? Traditori!” Translation: “Translators? Traitors!” The English proverb, “Something’s always lost in the translation,” is clearly illustrated in this instance.…

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69 Fifteen Myths about Bible Translation

Originally posted on Daniel B. Wallace:
Perhaps the number one myth about Bible translation is that a word-for-word translation is the best kind. Anyone who is conversant in more than one language recognizes that a word-for-word translation is simply not…

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