On his website Charles states that his work is "based on Reformed methods of textual criticism and Bible translation."
I have only had to the chance to skim the Lulu.com preview of Charles' translation.
This afternoon my wife and I, helped by one daughter and her family, finish packing, loading our U-Haul rental truck, and begin our move from Montana to Spokane, Washington, where our two oldest daughters live with their families. Their four children (plus one more on the way) have been calling the hearts of their grandparents. We are glad that we will be able to live near them now. I happen to think that every child should have grandparents of some kind, whether biological or socially adopted, in their lives.
We will continue our fulltime Bible translation work from Spokane.
Please pray for safety and alertness as we drive. It will take us two days to get to our new home in Spokane. My next post should be from our new home. And it should be via DSL broadband, rather than a dial-up connection. Tune in again to see if my posts sound any different from a different place and a broadband connection! :-)
Categories: bible translation, Revelation, Byzantine text, Charles Wiese