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While I have not completed reading the entire New Testament translation, I am very pleased with the flow and ease of understanding of what I have read so far: Matthew, Mark, Acts, Romans, 1 & 2 Timothy, and James.
I admit a prejudice for NOT using "Christ" as the surname of Jesus of Nazareth, so I definitely like the use of Messiah instead. Also, the many references to Jesus as King, perhaps more easily understood in Great Britain, is a refreshing reminder of Who is in charge and the level of His authority.
Unusually chunky, hardback in a very 'trad' package (this is SPCK after all), the dust jacket in the 'everyone' commentary style. The book has one ribbon page marker.
No footnotes whether textual, or translation alternatives anywhere. Although there are two extra endings in Mark with a reference to the foreword. The text look is pretty basic but perhaps not Spartan. Ordinary paper which of course makes it 'chunky'. A 6 page foreword is helpful but some more comments would have been so helpful at key points. In the foreword he explains the difficulty of translating dikaiosyne in Romans (traditionally 'righteousness') which of course is a hinge point of the 'new perspective' on Paul of which Tom Wright is one of the champions and chief populariser at least in the Evangelical world ( I would recommend his 'Justification if you wish to find out more). His comments are an example of brevity and succinctness. He states that he views his work as a translation and not a paraphrase and adequately explains why 'literal' is not necessarily better or more accurate.
Passages regarded as poetry are indented e.g. Php 2v6-11
The volume includes 39 maps and diagrams in plain black line on white, simple, effective, useful but plain, almost all of them are in Acts.
The book of Jude (called Judah) occupies two sides. Titus occupies two and a half sides.Read more ›
Just like "Simply Jesus"
Great books both of them
Will be more from this Author
What the ESV does well is the use of the Direct Verse Jump (DVJ) feature. Why is this not standard on all Kindle Bibles??!!
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