I enjoy driving. Power and performance on a well built road in a well built car can be an amazingly exhilarating experience. For less than $10,000 you can buy a 2004 Hyundai Accent, or for more than $300,000 you can buy a 2004 Bentley Arnage T. 2004 Bentley Arnage T Maximum power: 450 bhp Maximum torque: 645 lb-ft. Maximum speed: 168 mph Acceleration: 0-60 5.5 seconds Overall length: 17ft 8.2 in Overall width: 6ft 11.75 in Weight: 5699 lb Either one of these two cars will take you to the market and back, but nonetheless the difference between these two cars is like the difference between night and day—and unfortunately so is the difference in price. I also enjoy reading the Bible. Accuracy and precision in reading a translation of the Bible can also be an amazingly exhilarating experience. The four Gospels are full of action that when accurately and precisely translated bring Jesus, his disciples, and the other characters right up off the page before your eyes almost as though you are actually right there with them. The Book of Romans becomes a personal, intimate, life-changing document. For less than $75 you can buy a beautifully crafted Good News Bible with a genuine top grain cowhide leather cover, or for the same price you can buy a beautifully crafted New American Standard Bible with a genuine top grain cowhide leather cover. If you are on a tight budget you can buy either of these two translations second hand in a thrift store for less than $5. Either one of these two translations will show you “the main message of the Bible that God loves us and has provided eternal life for us through Jesus Christ,” but nonetheless the differences between these two translations of the Bible is like the difference between night and day—and fortunately there is no difference in price. Being able to buy a New American Standard Bible for the same price as a Good News Bible or The Message paraphrased Bible is even better than being able to buy a 2004 Bentley Arnage T for the same price as a 2004 Hyundai Accent. Most certainly if I could buy a 2004 Bentley Arnage T for less than $10,000, I would buy one today!