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Spring 2003: Other Significant Articles

Following on the heels of this article is an interview with influential Bible translator Eugene Nida, who coined the term dynamic equivalence translation.

 

Charisma magazine also featured a forum regarding the TNIV in its November 2002 issue, and even mentioned why it permitted the ad that Christianity Today had refused (p. 114). “The Battle for the Bible” by Eric Tiansay says that “There are Spirit filled theologians on both sides of the debate” (p. 83). This is followed by Craig L. Blomberg (For) and Wayne A. Grudem (Against) facing off on this highly politicized debate.

 

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