Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Conservative Translation of the Bible

The challenge of Christian believers is to adhere to the Word of God, not to bend the Word of God to our preferred ideology. Doing the former requires discipline and a clear understanding of the the Bible. Doing the latter makes God subservient to an ideology, rather than the other way around.


Good quote taken from Ed Morrissee at Hot Air from a post entitled: Do conservatives need their own Bible translation?

Seems the 642.65 translations of the Bible already in existence are not enough (I'm being facetious in coming up with that number), now it seems political parties are entering the fray and trying to invent their own translation.

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