Bible translation choice
At home and at church I use the New International Version (NIV), but for this site I’ve chosen the New Living Translation (NLT).
- For those who are familiar with the Bible, the NLT might make well-known verses sound fresh and new. It’s like when you move a once-admired old ornament to a different spot in your home… Suddenly you notice it every time you walk past. Seeing it from a slightly different angle has enabled you to appreciate its beauty again.
- For those who aren’t too familiar with the Bible, the NLT will hopefully make the verses easier to follow. The NLT uses everyday English, and reads less like a text book than some other translations.
- I may occasionally choose to include a verse from the NIV, if I’m particularly fond of its phrasing. I’ll indicate this with (NIV) in brackets.
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