Henry E. Neufeld writes about Bible translations from his knowledge as a student of Biblical languages, and his experience teaching them to laypeople and discussing them on the internet. Many people have questions about translations because they do not understand how translations are produced. Much of the material available is either polarizing, or is provided to advocate a particular version.
What's in a Version? strives to provide a basis for lay students to understand how translations are made so they can understand the arguments and become confident of the Bible version they choose to use for reading and study.
Book support and discussion site: What's in a Version?
Related informational links:
- Bible Version Selection Tool
This selection tool allows a user to select the types of criteria that Henry Neufeld presents in his book, What's in a Version? and get a list of Bible translations prioritized according to those criteria.
- Book Extract: Translation Committees
Extract on choosing translators and their impact on the Bible translation.
- Book Review on King James Only?
Also cross-posted to Pastoral Musings.
- Review at The Dubious Disciple - Lee Harmon
"... a practical and friendly guide ..."