gives a short but helpful review of one of the newest surveys of English Bible translations, A User's Guide to Bible Translations
, by British pastor, David Dewey, published early in 2005 by InterVarsity Press
participates on the Bible translation email discussion list and has commented some on this blog, as well. I have this book and agree with the reviewer's conclusion about it:
I highly recommend A User’s Guide to Bible Translations, for people who want to purchase a new Bible as well as for pastors who need to explain to their parishioners the differences between and relative merits of various translations.
Categories: Bible versions
, Bible translation
, translation theory