Bible Versions

English Bible Versions and Today’s Messianic Movement

25 August, 2016 J.K. McKee 0

originally posted 12 May, 2013 reproduced from Confronting Critical Issues What English Bible version should you use as a contemporary Believer? This is a topic that can not only be rather confusing, but is something that can also evoke some rather strong emotions. Very few English Bible readers, who are committed to a steadfast faith in God, ever stick with one single Bible version or translation to employ in their studies. At the same time, though, it might also be said that various Bible readers can get a bit too comfortable examining a particular version, because they just get too […]

Bible Versions

Bible Versions, Messianic

17 August, 2016 J.K. McKee 0

UPDATED 14 OCTOBER, 2012 I have seen a variety of Messianic Bible versions on the market. Is there any particular one that you recommend? What is your opinion of them? There are a wide variety of Bible versions available on the market, which to various degrees have been produced with a Messianic audience in mind. Some of them are good, and some of them are questionable, perhaps no different than the many Christian Bibles that are available today. Some of them represent a good, conservative theological position, and affirm foundational doctrines of the faith, and some of them skew foundational […]

Bible Versions

Bible Versions

16 August, 2016 J.K. McKee 2

UPDATED 03 OCTOBER, 2011 Is there any specific Bible version that you recommend that I use? I am new to the Messianic movement. Two valuable resources that we recommend if you are brand new to the Messianic movement, that you will probably find extremely helpful, are the Complete Jewish Bible translated by David H. Stern (Clarksville, MD: Jewish New Testament Publications, 1998) and the Hebrew-Greek Key New American Standard edited by Spiros Zodhiates (Chattanooga: AMG Publishers, 1994). The CJB will familiarize you with many of the Hebrew words and Hebraic terms used throughout the broad Messianic community, and the Hebrew-Greek […]