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Holy Bible The New International Version NIV Is A Completely Original Translation Of The Bible Developed By Than One Hundred Scholars Working From The Best Available Hebrew, Aramaic, And Greek Texts.The Initial Vision For The Project Was Provided By A Single Individual An Engineer Working With General Electric In Seattle By The Name Of Howard Long Long Was A Lifelong Devotee Of The King James Version, But When He Shared It With His Friends He Was Distressed To Find That It Just Didn T Connect Long Saw The Need For A Translation That Captured The Truths He Loved In The Language That His Contemporaries Spoke.For 10 Years, Long And A Growing Group Of Like Minded Supporters Drove This Idea The Passion Of One Man Became The Passion Of A Church, And Ultimately The Passion Of A Whole Group Of Denominations And Finally, In 1965, After Several Years Of Preparatory Study, A Trans Denominational And International Group Of Scholars Met In Palos Heights, Illinois, And Agreed To Begin Work On The Project Determining To Not Simply Adapt An Existing English Version Of The Bible But To Start From Scratch With The Best Available Manuscripts In The Original Languages Their Conclusion Was Endorsed By A Large Number Of Church Leaders Who Met In Chicago In 1966.A Self Governing Body Of Fifteen Biblical Scholars, The Committee On Bible Translation CBT Was Formed And Charged With Responsibility For The Version, And In 1968 The New York Bible Society Which Subsequently Became The International Bible Society And Then Biblica Generously Undertook The Financial Sponsorship Of The Project The Translation Of Each Book Was Assigned To Translation Teams, Each Made Up Of Two Lead Translators, Two Translation Consultants, And A Stylistic Consultant Where Necessary The Initial Translations Produced By These Teams Were Carefully Scrutinized And Revised By Intermediate Editorial Committees Of Five Biblical Scholars To Check Them Against The Source Texts And Assess Them For Comprehensibility Each Edited Text Was Then Submitted To A General Committee Of Eight To Twelve Members Before Being Distributed To Selected Outside Critics And To All Members Of The CBT In Preparation For A Final Review Samples Of The Translation Were Tested For Clarity And Ease Of Reading With Pastors, Students, Scholars, And Lay People Across The Full Breadth Of The Intended Audience Perhaps No Other Translation Has Undergone A Thorough Process Of Review And Revision From The Very Start, The NIV Sought To Bring Modern Bible Readers As Close As Possible To The Experience Of The Very First Bible Readers Providing The Best Possible Blend Of Transparency To The Original Documents And Comprehension Of The Original Meaning In Every Verse With This Clarity Of Focus, However, Came The Realization That The Work Of Translating The NIV Would Never Be Truly Complete As New Discoveries Were Made About The Biblical World And Its Languages, And As The Norms Of English Usage Developed And Changed Over Time, The NIV Would Also Need To Change To Hold True To Its Original Vision.And So In The Original NIV Charter, Provision Was Made Not Just To Issue Periodic Updates To The Text But Also To Create A Mechanism For Constant Monitoring Of Changes In Biblical Scholarship And English Usage The CBT Was Charged To Meet Every Year To Review, Maintain, And Strengthen The NIV S Ability To Accurately And Faithfully Render God S Unchanging Word In Modern English.


10 thoughts on “Holy Bible

  1. Betsy Betsy says:

    Holy shit literally This book is riveting It is a fictional novel based on the life of a guy named Jesus who is one badass motherfucker The book chronicles some of his totally rad and awesome adventures, such as turning water into


  2. Jon Jon says:

    As nothingthan a piece of literature, this isn t even a good book As a basis for religion, life, and or government, it s dangerous The entire Old Testament is filled to the brim with outrageous fiction and illustration after illustration of


  3. Carole Bartholomeaux Carole Bartholomeaux says:

    I got my first Bible in 1974 and have been reading the Bible nearly daily since then I have at least six Bibles Two of them are falling apart, I ve read them so much God has such a great sense of humor Whatever page I turn to, there is a message of w


  4. Mountainman91 Mountainman91 says:

    The Bible, Hmm, how do you review God s Word people have attacked it, scientists have expended their best energies trying to disprove it, governments have butchered millions to kill it, bu it remains For if their purpose or activity is of human origin, ...


  5. Caleb Barrows Caleb Barrows says:

    It would be an understatement to say that this book changed my life Knowing this book and its author is my life Just today I read Psalms 81 and Romans 5 and it breathed life and mystery into me for my day I have learned to better love the Saviour and hero of this book,


  6. Werner Werner says:

    Note, Jan 18, 2017 I edited this review just now to correct a typo.I ve read the Bible multiple times, and intend to keep on reading it for the rest of my life I know it to be God s communication to humanity, written by men under the...


  7. Ij Ij says:

    I have studied and read parts of the Bible throughout my life However, I was never able to read the Bible from beginning to end I failed each time I tried I had even tried various Bible reading plans I think what I lacked at that time was commitment Well last year about this time I tried a


  8. Beth F. Beth F. says:

    How does one rate the Bible Honestly I ve just spent the past 20 minutes reading GR reviews The glowing reviews made me laugh oh you, lol The bad reviews made me laugh oh you, lol I ve only ever read translations, so I can t rightfully give it 5 stars And I m not interested in learning a foreign lan


  9. Teo Teo says:

    The Holy Bible is a fictional historical epic with elements of fantasy, and the supernatural in general Epic is a word not out of place here, for the Holy Bible is indeed a very hefty read There are actually various versions of the texts, the Hebrew and the Christian I will talk about the Christian edition he


  10. Molly Molly says:

    Marx said religion was the opiate of the masses, it slike religion is the skirts feebleminded people hide behind to flee from personal responsibility and thought.Sad this bunch of dross inspired so much violence and hatred through the centuries and still does.ETA Had to read this again for summer 2009 class it s evenun


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