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Understanding Bible Versions and a Bible Atlas
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Dr. Davis will be reading from the New American Standard version of the Bible, which attempts to adhere as closely as possible to the original text in its translation. However, you can use any version of the Bible you choose. We ask only that you know which version you are using and its primary purpose in translating.
It helps to understand the basic differences between Bible versions.
- Word-for-word translations attempt to match the original language words with the closest English language counterpart and includes King James Version (KJV), English Standard Version (ESV), and the New American Standard Bible (NASB). The Amplified Bible (AMP) is a word-for-word translations that includes additional amplification of word meanings.
- Thought-for-thought translations attempt to pair the ideas behind each phrase or sentence with a similar idea in the English language and includes the Contemporary English Version (CEV) and The Message
- Balanced translations attempt to provide a balance between word-for-word and thought-for-thought translation and include the New International Version (NIV), New Living Translation (NLT), and the New Revised Standard Version (NRSV).
What translation are you using?
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A Bible atlas offers two kinds of information, the historical background of the Bible narrative and the geographic features of the land as they relate to the Bible story. If you already have a Bible atlas, don’t purchase another one. However, if you do not yet own a Bible atlas, we recommend “The Holman Bible Atlas” by Thomas V. Brisco.
Do you have a Bible Atlas?
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