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A new edition: "The Names of God Bible"

Discussion in 'Bible Versions & Translations' started by franklinmonroe, Oct 11, 2011.

  1. franklinmonroe

    franklinmonroe Active Member

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    Very recently published by Revell (a division of Baker) this is not actually a new translation, but rather it is a slightly modified form of the GOD'S WORD text. The general editor is author Ann Spangler (one of her books is entitled Praying the Names of God) --
    Besides inserting the Hebraic names there are additional features that emphasize the names of God. You can find out more here --
    http://www.bakerbooks.com/ME2/Audie...CB3C26&AudId=3A331F1790B648FCA5C3F7C4D716D054

    Should Christians be interested in something like this? Why or why not? Are the names used in a Bible text of great importance?
     
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  2. Mexdeaf

    Mexdeaf New Member

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    Yes.

    There is a great deal of spiritual value in understanding the character of God revealed by His various names.

    Yes, they often add depth to a story that is missed when one does not see the names in print or translated.

    I would prefer a Bible that has the actual Hebrew name then a definition of the name in the margin.
     
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