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The New King James Version: In the Great Tradition di [Farstad, Arthur L.]
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In 1975, the boldest, most extensive project in modern Bible publishing history began. 130 Bible scholars, pastors and communicators gathered with one goal in mind - to preserve the accuracy, authority and beauty of the King James Version while updating the language for modern readers.


This book offers an insightful glance into the history of this event as only the Executive Editor, Arthur L. Farstad can tell. If you've ever thought that a room full of biblical scholars sorting through Hebrew and Greek was boring, then think again. Revealing the pain staking progress that each member of the committee made over the seven-year process, three distinct sections guide the reader through the purpose of the NKJV translation:



  • Part One: Accuracy

  • Part Two: Beauty

  • Part Three: Completeness


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  • Editore: Thomas Nelson (8 aprile 2014)
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Amazon.com: 3.3 su 5 stelle 24 recensioni
11 di 13 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
4.0 su 5 stelle Makes a good case for the NKJV 26 dicembre 2009
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This book was quite easy to read and follow. It makes a good case for what is these days being called by ESV Bible advocates "essentially literal" translation approach. It should be noted that the author worked on the NKJV, so expect bias to creep in for sure. I also did not find the NKJV as readable as this book makes it out to be. The English in the NKJV is neither old nor modern. It's kind of a weird hybrid English. That said, this book does show that a lot of time, effort and care went into producing the NKJV. The end result is what they were aiming for, and is far from mechanical. Arguments that say only thees and thous were replace, are ignorant and dishonest. As far as bibles goes, I still prefer the ESV bible as my primary bible, because I found it more readable. Yet, I still frequently reference the NKJV for all the reasons stated in this book - in particular of it's extensive textual footnotes. I wish the ESV had those footnotes. The HCSB bible is worth checking into, if you want that as well.

As for the NKJV's predecessor, the KJV, I was never a fan of it. I tried, but could not stick with it. Had I been born several decades ago, it might have been a different story. The only reason to keep using the KJV is if you grew up on it, and/or like that older style of English. There's no other reason why one would choose one over the other, as it has everything the KJV has without the confusion. I tried reading the KJV as a new Christian and failed miserably. It's completely unsuitable for new converts. This book demonstrates that. Defenders of the KJV, might complain that the NKJV's textual footnotes are confusing - but that's nothing compared to the multitude of translations and approaches to translating. The confusion is still out there regardless if you own a NKJV or not. The NKJV is careful to give you both sides of the textual story in one concise place. Readability aside (it's not that bad, and the ESV still has it's issues), the NKJV would still be my desert island bible, if I had to narrow my choice down to one bible.
5.0 su 5 stelle Five Stars 5 febbraio 2016
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Great read! The King James Version has a rich history and the New King James Version continues its legacy!
4.0 su 5 stelle Four Stars 2 giugno 2016
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Really like the interdiction so for
4.0 su 5 stelle Four Stars 17 agosto 2015
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Mistakenly ordered this, but find it so interesting
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5.0 su 5 stelle Paragraphs!!! 11 novembre 2003
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I'm so tired of Bibles that have every verse offset. This gets really annoying in the Epistles, especially when the sentence continues through several verses. As well, offset verses are horrible for reading aloud, specifically in public.
Modern versions such as the NIV and the ESV are only available in paragraph format. Would that other publishers would catch on. I own four or five copies of the NKJV, and this is the only one I actually use on a regular basis. "The New Geneva Study Bible" is in paragraph format, but the notes can be distracting for your basic Bible-reading. The rest have offset verses. Blech!
If they would just make the thinlines in paragraph format, I'd have the perfect Bible. For now, however, this edition does it the best. I recommend you buy several; if they wear out with use, you'll always have an extra!
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