This compact edition with all eighteen books that are part of the Revised Standard Version will complement most any Bible translation. The ESV Apocrypha preserves the accuracy of the RSV while updating the language to modern English usage, including a new translation of Tobit based on the longer Greek text.Continue reading →
Those of us in the English speaking world read our Bibles as translated for us from the original ancient languages. Unless we are fluent in another language, English is the only real option. An Interlinear Bible can help to bridge that gap.Continue reading →
Although I have had copies of the New American Bible (NAB) for many years, I only used them to occasionally look up passages when researching alternate ways they were translated. For passages in the Apocrypha, like the Hanukkah stories in … Continue reading →
The English Standard Version (ESV) has become one of the most highly regarded Bible translations for both it’s accuracy and readability. It was first published by Crossway in 2001, with subsequent updates in 2007, 2011, and 2016.Continue reading →
In August of this year (2020) The Lockman Foundation, publishers of the New American Standard Bible, released an update to the text. It has been 25 years since the previous update, and whether or not older guys like me want to acknowledge it, the English language has changed.Continue reading →
I first read this book back in 2014 during the reign of b hussein o. The author, John Price, was an Indianapolis attorney and former U.S. Senatorial candidate. Mr. Price passed away on January 7, 2017. A lot has happened since I read this book, so when I saw it on my shelf I decided to look at it again.Continue reading →
What are “Sacred Name” Bibles? Do they accurately reflect the name of God in the Hebrew Bible? Check out this evaluation of the most popular Sacred Name Bibles.Continue reading →
A Christian Guide to the Biblical Feasts
By David Wilber
Freedom Hill Community, 2018
For anyone just beginning to celebrate the Biblical Feasts – the Appointed Times of Adonai – this book will be a valuable resource.Continue reading →
Messianic Siddur for Shabbat by Daniel Perek
This is a very thorough and well done Messianic Siddur. It is well organized, and covers the service, blessings and prayers most applicable to followers of Messiah Yeshua while maintaining traditional Jewish liturgy.
Perhaps no other Biblical woman invokes so vivid an image of evil, deception, idolatry and murder. Is Hillary Clinton the modern day antitype of this ancient Queen?