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:

Book Data
Pages 124
ISBN10 1-893729-20-6
ISBN13 978-1-893729-20-9

Write a review

Please login or register to review

Title in eBook formats:


eBook Retailers for What's in a Version?

Adobe

Kobo
Suggested Retail: 7.99

Kindle

Buy Whats in a Version from Amazon.com

Suggested Retail: 4.99

Google

Whats in a Version? (Google eBooks)
Suggested Retail: 4.99

Adobe

Elibron
Suggested Retail: 7.99

What's in a Version?

  • $12.99


  • 2 or more $11.04
  • 5 or more $10.39
  • 10 or more $9.74
  • 20 or more $9.09
  • 50 or more $8.44

Related Products

When People Speak for God

When People Speak for God

When someone claims they have a message from God, how do you decide whether to believe them? This qu..

$17.99

The Authorship of Hebrews: The Case for Paul

The Authorship of Hebrews: The Case for Paul

Over the last few centuries the authorship of the book of Hebrews has been a contentious topic, but ..

$5.99