For real? Nobody comments on the polls?
Okay, in our church, I think the translation is ESV, but the missal the priest reads from is different (I’m guessing KJV since I can usually remember the passages as they’re read).
When I was a kid, Douay-Rheims and KJV were *it*. I’ve been to churches that use NAB and I’m not overly fond of hearing that trans. Squicks me out a bit.
I was wondering where your Exel spreadsheet went to with the Idioms, Figures of Speech, etc?
Daniel, I had to move the webpage. Here is its location now:
Studies evaluating English Bible versions
I need to update the charts again since some new English versions have been published since my last revisions.
Thank you for the link…
I’ve been reviewing the CBA charts since they first started and its funny that the list is pretty much the same!
1 New International Version
2 King James Version
3 New King James Version
4 New Living Translation
5 English Standard Version
6 Common English Bible
7 Holman Christian Standard Bible
8 New International Readers Version
9 Reina Valera 1960
10 New American Standard
The only real difference lately is the CEB. Interesting that Fuller Theological Seminary selected the CEB to replace Today’s New International Version.
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