On Monday, Jesus, after cursing a fig tree for not producing fruit, re-enters Jerusalem and raises quite the ruckus in the temple.
It is easy to forget what an enormous impact the King James Bible and the tradition of translations in the century before, all based on the original translation work of William Tyndale, had on the English language that we speak to this very day.
Christianity has made no bigger news in the art world as of late than with the premiere of Makoto (“Mako”) Fujimura’s illumination of the Four Holy Gospels, commissioned by Crossway … Continue reading Keller Introduces Fujimura’s Gospels
Renowned abstract artist and writer Makoto Fujimura has recently posted an update regarding the illuminated edition of the Four Holy Gospels (English Standard Version) being released next year by Crossway … Continue reading New Images of the Fujimura Gospels
This could be very big news on a couple of counts. One, this marks the return of illuminated manuscript-style bibles, and in the English Standard Version, one of today’s most … Continue reading Fujimura to Illuminate Bible
It is no secret that I have had a certain enmity with Christmas for quite a few years now. As a child, I embraced Christmas as it was given me: … Continue reading Finding My Christmas: A Personal Journey to Advent
Tyndale is releasing Holy Bible: Mosiac today. Again, I am incredibly excited about this concept. I would like to share that Tyndale is having a really cool contest for a … Continue reading Update: Mosaic Releases Today
Check out the Holy Bible: Mosaic, featuring the New Living Translation, coming soon from Tyndale House. I think this is the freshest concept in bible publishing in a while. If … Continue reading A Really Cool Concept. This is exciting.
Over the last couple of years, I’ve devoted several posts here to the issue of Bible translations. While, in my personal seminary training, I do not yet have enough of … Continue reading My Stance on Translations
A few weeks ago, I asked the question: how do you perceive editions including Apocrypha of traditionally Evangelical Protestant translations of the Bible? I got very little response. Yet the … Continue reading Reviews: ESV with Apocrypha and the NLT Catholic
With the coming publication of the English Standard Version Bible with Apocrypha in a mere couple of days, the ESV will join the ranks of the very few conservative Evangelical … Continue reading Survey: "Evangelical" Translations with Apocrypha
I never meant for this blog to revolve around translations and editions of the Bible. Yet, time and time again, this is something that, when I bring it up, becomes … Continue reading Clarifications on Dynamic and Literal: Capturing the "Real" Meaning