books, theology November 19, 2015 Are you using Single/Double Column Journaling Bible (ESV)? Click to join the conversation with over 500,000 Pentecostal believers and scholars Click to get our FREE MOBILE APP and stay connected Библията Тв | PentecostalTheology.com Single/Double Column Journaling Bible (ESV) Is anyone in the group currently using it? Biblecolumnesvjournalingsingledouble PentecostalTheology .com Previous articleThe Syrian war that created ISIS explained in Ezekiel 48 #ourCOG Next articleHow Rare is the Revelation 12 Heavenly Sign? Once in 7000 Years on 23 September 2017 16 Comments Reply May 11, 2019 Varnel Watson RT Joshwa Bedford Which translation do you use for personal devotion and which translation do you use for teaching/preaching if you teach/preach. I use HCSB for personal devotion and ESV for teaching/preaching. Kelly Crites NASB is a good scholarly source but a bit old and un revised Almost like a final definitive edition 🙂 There is thew new NET Bible and the old Darby which a very very good literal and exact with NA28 How do you correlate NLT with NIV – 2 completely different traditions of Biblical translation ? Reply May 11, 2019 Kelly Crites Troy Day ? saw this this morning. Reply May 11, 2019 Varnel Watson I get them ALL but NIV – what does it mean? Reply May 11, 2019 Kelly Crites Troy Day well the first part of it is probably just talking about how it is kind of a beginner’s Bible because of the easy understanding of the NIV, but the second part of it I disagree with. I don’t know why it says that. Reply May 11, 2019 Kelly Crites I know they revised the NIV in 2011 to fix some problems with it. Mike Winger has a really good YouTube video explaining all of the different Bible translations and why some are good and some you might want to avoid. He explains some minor errors that the original NIV had but they revised it in 2011. Reply May 11, 2019 Kelly Crites Troy Day? Reply May 11, 2019 Steve Losee Since I personally prefer the Textus Recptus to the Nestle Greek NT, I use the New King James primarily. But I also refer to NASB, ESV & occasionally read through the HCSB (more reliable the the Nearly Inspired Version, but not really suitable for serious study). I know I’m not Joshwa, but felt like responding. 🙂 Reply May 11, 2019 Varnel Watson interesting indeed – which revision of TR and which revision of KJV do you prefer for your personal use. Pls dont tell me Stephanus who created a TR out of KJV? Reply May 11, 2019 Steve Losee No; I jususe Nelson’s New King James Version. I keep several old KJVs around, too, for use with Strongs & Vines, etc. I’m NOT a Greek or Hebrew scholar; just sit at the feet of men who are. Reply May 11, 2019 Charles Page do they have wide margin KJV? Reply May 11, 2019 Joshwa Bedford I use the NIV on occasion but I’m typically HCSB and ESV. I honestly have never given the NLT a chance. NASB is a bit awkward in my opinion Reply May 11, 2019 Varnel Watson Kelly Crites where are you getting your information about 2011 being the last revision? Bible Research by Michael Marlowe? http://www.pentecostaltheology.com/digital-vs-printed-niv-versions/ Reply May 11, 2019 Kelly Crites Troy Day Reply May 11, 2019 Kelly Crites Reply May 11, 2019 Kelly Crites Troy Day if you have time look up on YouTube Mike Winger Bible translations. Reply May 11, 2019 Varnel Watson YES I mentioned Marlowe above He was once the leading expert when we worked on translations. Him and Metzger but yet 2 different schools. Are you aware of the recent changes made to the NIV online publications vs the last known NIV print? M. Brown has is also guessing https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Lrdwq0iSvs Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Cancel replyComment Name Email Website Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.