Now, if R.C. Sproul would produce a TNIV Reformation Study Bible, parallel to the ESV Reformation Study Bible, and if Focus On the Family would promote a TNIV Study Bible, it might not be long before the TNIV would break into the top 10 in Bible sales at Christian bookstores. Hey, while we're dreaming, perhaps CBMW would produce a Biblical Manhood and Womanhood edition of the TNIV. I suspect that if we inserted TNIV renderings of verses cited in Biblical Foundations for Manhood and Womanhood, ed. by Wayne Grudem, that book promoted by CBMW would teach the same things as it does with citations from other English versions.
What do you think? Did I awaken too early this morning and I'm still dreaming?! Yeah, I think so. But hey, aren't some dreams interesting?!