on Saturday, 16 August 2014 at 10.00 am by Peter Owen
categorised as Opinion
Christina Patterson The Guardian The Good News Bible taught me the power of words, but also stole my youth
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I enjoyed Ms. Patterson’s comments. If the Good News Bible caused her to become interested in the Bible, its background, its teachings, etc., then I say “Spot on!” But I do have one quibble: The Jewish and Christian Scriptures/Old and New Testament were written in the Hebrew and Greek language of their times. Just like — I think — the King James Bible was translated into the English of its day. English has changed in 400 years, and I think “Therefore, my beloved brothers and sisters, be steadfast, unmovable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, for you know… Read more »
A mistake at Westminster Abbey? – my faith is shattered.