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Saturday, June 25, 2005

Tweaking Shakespeare, but not the Bible

Andrew Dionne, host of an anti-TNIV blog, has just linked to a news article about students who took "Romeo and Juliet" by Shakespeare and "created a play that made students think about race relations." Interesting transculturation. Andrew properly warns us, though, not to do the same thing with the Bible. He believes that the TNIV translation team is doing just that. There are many who agree with Andrew, and many who do not. It's part of the heated debate blogged about recently on Adrian Warnock's blog and this blog.

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