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Differences Between Bible Versions (pdf eBook) By Gary F. Zeolla
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This book answers such questions as: Why do Bible versions differ? Why does the same verse read differently in different versions? Why do some versions contain words, phrases, and even entire verses... More > that other versions omit? Which Bible versions are most reliable? This book contains extensive discussions on why the author believes either a literal or a formal equivalence (“word-for-word”) translation principle is the best method to use for translating the Bible. These principles of translating are contrasted with the dynamic equivalence (“phrase for phrase”) and paraphrase methods seen in many modern Bible versions. This book includes detailed discussions on why the author believes the Majority Text is the most accurate of the three Greek texts used in Bible translation. This book also contains an extended section critiquing the claims of “KJV-onlyists.” In addressing these various issues, Differences Between Bible Versions compares forty different versions of the Bible.< Less
Differences Between Bible Versions (hardcover) By Gary F. Zeolla
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This book answers such questions as: Why do Bible versions differ? Why does the same verse read differently in different versions? Why do some versions contain words, phrases, and even entire verses... More > that other versions omit? Which Bible versions are most reliable? This book contains extensive discussions on why the author believes either a literal or a formal equivalence (“word-for-word”) translation principle is the best method to use for translating the Bible. These principles of translating are contrasted with the dynamic equivalence (“phrase for phrase”) and paraphrase methods seen in many modern Bible versions. This book includes detailed discussions on why the author believes the Majority Text is the most accurate of the three Greek texts used in Bible translation. This book also contains an extended section critiquing the claims of “KJV-onlyists.” In addressing these various issues, Differences Between Bible Versions compares forty different versions of the Bible.< Less
Scripture Workbook: For Personal and Group Bible Study and Teaching the Bible; Second Edition; Volume I: The Essentials of “The Faith” By Gary F. Zeolla
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This book contains 20 “Scripture Studies.” These studies enable individuals or groups to do in-depth, topical studies of the Bible. They are also invaluable to the Bible study teacher in... More > preparing lessons. This is Volume I of what will be two volumes. This volume covers the essential doctrines of the Christian faith. It is these doctrines that separate the true Christian faith from cultic and other deviations. Included are studies on such essential doctrines as the authority and reliability of the Scriptures, the attributes of God, the Trinity, and forgiveness and salvation. The format is to first present the Scriptural evidence for the author’s conservative (or evangelical) viewpoint in one or more studies. Then in one or more following studies, “opposing viewpoints” are presented. Then rebuttals to these opposing viewpoints are given. Included in each study are hundreds of Scripture references. So there will be no lack of material from which to begin your studies.< Less
Differences Between Bible Versions: Third Edition By Gary F. Zeolla
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This book answers such questions as: Why do Bible versions differ? Why does the same verse read differently in different versions? Why do some versions contain words, phrases, and even entire verses... More > that other versions omit? Which Bible versions are most reliable? This book contains extensive discussions on why the author believes either a literal or a formal equivalence (“word-for-word”) translation principle is the best method to use for translating the Bible. These principles of translating are contrasted with the dynamic equivalence (“phrase for phrase”) and paraphrase methods seen in many modern Bible versions. This book includes detailed discussions on why the author believes the Majority Text is the most accurate of the three Greek texts used in Bible translation. This book also contains an extended section critiquing the claims of “KJV-onlyists.” In addressing these various issues, Differences Between Bible Versions compares forty different versions of the Bible.< Less
Why Are These Books in the Bible and Not Others? - Volume Two - A Translator’s Perspective on the Canon of the New Testament By Gary F. Zeolla
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In this second volume of a three-volume set, each of the 27 books included in the New Testament will be reviewed in detail. Who wrote them and when, their theology, and other pertinent background... More > information will be discussed to explain why they were included in the New Testament. Arguments against the traditional viewpoints on these books will be addressed.< Less
Why Are These Books in the Bible and Not Others? - Volume Two - A Translator’s Perspective on the Canon of the New Testament By Gary F. Zeolla
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In this second volume of a three-volume set, each of the 27 books included in the New Testament will be reviewed in detail. Who wrote them and when, their theology, and other pertinent background... More > information will be discussed to explain why they were included in the New Testament. Arguments against the traditional viewpoints on these books will be addressed.< Less
Why Are These Books in the Bible and Not Others?: Volume One - A Translator’s Perspective on the Canon of the Old Testament By Gary F. Zeolla
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This Volume One of a three volume set will study the books included in the Old Testament (OT) and consider other books that could have been included in it but were not. Each of the 39 books in the OT... More > will be reviewed in detail. Who wrote them and when, their theology, and other pertinent background information will be discussed to explain why they are included in the OT. Then the Apocryphal/ Deuterocanonical Books will be considered. These are the “extra” books found in Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox Bibles as compared to Protestant and Jewish Bibles. The debate over them will be addressed in detail. Lastly, other books that some wonder why they are not included in the OT will be addressed. It will be explained why these books were rejected.< Less
Why Are These Books in the Bible and Not Others?: Volume One - A Translator’s Perspective on the Canon of the Old Testament By Gary F. Zeolla
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This Volume One of a three volume set will study the books included in the Old Testament (OT) and consider other books that could have been included in it but were not. Each of the 39 books in the OT... More > will be reviewed in detail. Who wrote them and when, their theology, and other pertinent background information will be discussed to explain why they are included in the OT. Then the Apocryphal/ Deuterocanonical Books will be considered. These are the “extra” books found in Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox Bibles as compared to Protestant and Jewish Bibles. The debate over them will be addressed in detail. Lastly, other books that some wonder why they are not included in the OT will be addressed. It will be explained why these books were rejected.< Less
Why Are These Books in the Bible and Not Others? - Volume Two A Translator’s Perspective on the Canon of the New Testament By Gary F. Zeolla
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In this second volume of a three-volume set, each of the 27 books included in the New Testament will be reviewed in detail. Who wrote them and when, their theology, and other pertinent background... More > information will be discussed to explain why they were included in the New Testament. Arguments against the traditional viewpoints on these books will be addressed.< Less
Why Are These Books in the Bible and Not Others? - Volume Two - A Translator’s Perspective on the Canon of the New Testament By Gary F. Zeolla
eBook (PDF): $3.99
In this second volume of a three-volume set, each of the 27 books included in the New Testament will be reviewed in detail. Who wrote them and when, their theology, and other pertinent background... More > information will be discussed to explain why they were included in the New Testament. Arguments against the traditional viewpoints on these books will be addressed.< Less

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