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So many versions?

Kubo, Sakae

So many versions?

twentieth-century English versions of the Bible

by Kubo, Sakae

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Published by Zondervan in Grand Rapids, Mich .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bible. -- Versions.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 386-401.

    StatementSakae Kubo & Walter F. Specht.
    ContributionsSpecht, Walter F.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBS455 .K8 1983
    The Physical Object
    Pagination401 p. ;
    Number of Pages401
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3501686M
    ISBN 100310456916
    LC Control Number82021965

    Why So Many Versions of the Bible? That is why the Catholic Old Testament has 46 books while most Protestant translations contain 39 books. The Bible Has Been Translated Many Times. Each version of the Bible was translated by a people with ideas about life and religion that were influenced by their culture. For example, a first century.   1) Why are there so many different versions of the bible? They are written at different reading levels. 2) Why don't people just read the earliest known version of the bible? The one that has been least tampered with, has had the least amount taken out and the least amount added since the time of jesus christ? What book is it exactly?

      The books of the Old Testament were written in Hebrew. By BC it had become a little used language. So the Jews translated the Old Teatment books into a version in Greek. Between that time and the appearance on Jesus seven short books were appended to the Greek version that covered the history of that time period.   The English language has changed substantially over the four centuries since the King James Version of the Bible was first published. Many people find it increasingly difficult to understand the words and may be put off by the KJV ’s foreign-sounding words. We can be thankful, however, that many newer versions exist that are much more up-to-date in their .

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So Many Versions. book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.4/5. So Many Versions. Twentieth-Century English Versions of the Bible Paperback – April 1, Cited by: 5.

So Many Versions. Paperback – January 1, by Sakae Kubo (Author), Walter Specht (Author)Author: Sakae Kubo, Walter Specht. SO MANY VERSIONS?- (examines 20 different Bible Translations) Paperback – January 1, by Sakae Kubo (Author)Author: Sakae Kubo.

So many versions?: Twentieth century English versions of the Bible [Sakae Kubo] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.5/5(1). John An online search will pull up a pdf with 8 translations, the Bureau of Public Secrets archive links to many, and there is an Hungarian site (in English too) which has data on nearly a hundred.

So far I found Ursula Le Guin's anarcho-eco-feminist "creative interpretation" congenial, if free. Jonathan Star achieves a balance of the literary and scholarly; his "definitive ed." has. Dave Morris There are two different versions of the book - the original edition and the heavily revised edition of The latter is a more conservative and moralizing take on the story, and for my money lacks the brio of the original.

It may be that the editions you've seen with + pages contain both versions. Why are there so many English versions of the Bible.

With so many manuscripts (some differing from one another) and different translation philosophies, we have about 50 main versions of the English Bible today. If we count revisions, we are well into the hundreds of Bibles. Another reason there are many versions of the English Bible is because over time the Author: Edward Antonio.

The Versions Of Us by Laura Barnett is due for publication on 4th June by Weidenfeld & Nicolson in hardback and ebook formats: the publishers are calling it their biggest book of the year, the book the whole publishing industry wanted to buy/5.

Books need to be constantly updated to meet the different print and distribution terms. it’s an old book and popular book. If the original author died and someone else is receiving royalties or if publishers have changed hands different versions o.

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THE history of the great body of religious compositions which form the Book of Dead of the ancient Egyptians may conveniently be divided into four [1] of the periods, which are represented by four versions: 1. The version which was edited by the priests of. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kubo, Sakae, So many versions.

Grand Rapids, Mich.: Zondervan, © (OCoLC) Document Type. The Bible is normally divided into two sections. The first section has 39 books containing “sacred pronouncements of God.” God inspired faithful men to write these books over a long period of time —about 1, years from B.C.E.

to sometime after wrote mostly in Hebrew, so we call this section the Hebrew Scriptures, also known as the Old Testament. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 21 cm: Contents: Early modern speech versions --The revised standard version --The Knox translation --Phillips' translation --The modern language Bible --The new world translation and the Bible in living English --The new Jewish version --The amplified Bible --The Jerusalem Bible.

Editions for So Much: (Hardcover published in ), (Paperback published in ), (Paperback published in ), Cited by: 1. The book you bought, the book you read, will always* be there for you. It mitigates attempts at revisionist history, repudiation, censorship, etc.

Authors just need to be less George-Lucas-y and stop fiddling with their creations so much. So-called “word-for-word” translations have the advantage of showing the reader the specific word choice and phraseology of the biblical authors.

Another approach is to go “thought-for-thought.” These versions are true to the biblical author if they authentically render the intended meaning. Free translations or paraphrases often render. The New Revised Standard Version, is a contemporary thought-for-thought translation.

Many Roman Catholic readers prefer the New Jerusalem Bible. So which is the best translation. As you can see, there are many audiences and many different kinds of readers. You should decide what kind of reader you are and estimate your reading level.

Many other versions of the book have been made since, typically in the interest of abridging or censoring the text to make it more suited for students and young audiences.

But there is far less that we needed to be protected from in the diary of Anne Frank than there is to. They are either different format (digital/physical) or different binding (paperback/hardcover) or different publication year.

Hope this helps!Why are there so many? The Original Manuscripts: Hebrew and Greek. The answer to these questions can begin to be found by first understanding that the books of the Bible were originally written in Hebrew and Greek (with a few sections in Aramaic).

Here is how Genesis, the first book of the Bible, begins.Why are there so many versions of Greek myths? The sources we have that tell the stories of the gods and heroes come from many different authors from different parts of the Mediterranean world and from different points in time, spanning several centuries.