Bookshelf


How to Choose a Translation for All Its Worth, by Gordon D. Fee and Mark L. Strauss

A User’s Guide To Bible Translations: Making The Most Of Different Versions, by David Dewey
(amazon.co.uk)

What’s In a Version, by Henry Neufeld

Bible Translation: Frames of Reference, edited by Timothy Wilt
(amazon.co.uk)

The Challenge of Bible Translation, edited by Glen G. Scorgie, Mark L. Strauss, and Steven M. Voth

Linguistics for Students of New Testament Greek: A Survey of Basic Concepts and Applications, by David Alan Black

The Contemporary Parallel New Testament: King James Version, New American Standard Bible, New International Version, New Living Translation, New Century Version, Contemporary English Version

The Essential Evangelical Parallel Bible: New King James Version, English Standard Version, New Living Translation, The Message

The Evangelical Parallel New Testament: New King James Version, New International Version, English Standard Version, Holman Christian Standard Bible, Today’s New International Version, New Living Translation, New Century Version, The Message

The Hendrickson Parallel Bible: King James Version, New King James Version, New International Version, New Living Translation

Today’s Parallel Bible: King James Version, New International Version, New American Standard Version, New Living Translation

TNIV/The Message//REMIX

CEV Learning Bible

Books by our blog authors

Morning Song, by Wayne Leman

Are There Mosquitos In Heaven? Experiencing God’s Presence in West Africa, by Jeannie Sindlinger

Writing the Wrongs / Righting the Wrongs, by (pen name) Al Johnson (e-text)

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