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The New Testament in modern speech : an idiomatic translation into… (1908)

by Richard Francis Weymouth, Richard Francis Weymouth

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A contemporary-language version that makes the Scriptures easier to understand by translating the text in plain, simple language while retaining a solid level of accuracy. It is very beneficial to have Young's literal and Weymouth's contemporary translations open next to more standard translations like the ASV to complement your studies.
  Stormrev1 | Jul 13, 2014 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0825439868, Paperback)

Dr. Richard Francis Weymouth, noted linguist and New Testament Scholar of the 19th century, brings an accurately fresh look at God's Word in what has become known around the world as The New Testament in Modern Speech. Translated from the original Greek text into modern English, Weymouth's goal was to produce a Bible version without theological or ecclesiastical bias. A vital tool that scholars, pastors and layman alike have added to their regular Bible study, you're sure to enjoy the ease of reading and detailed care incorporated in this classic translation. Better Than Ever Before! In this exclusive Kenneth Copeland edition, all unique 19th century words have been defined in brackets for even greater accuracy and clarity!

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