The Why & How of Bible Translation

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The 28 story-based articles, grouped in 3 sections tell why the Bible needs to be translated, how it is translated, and what God is doing to accelerate Bible translation around the world. The author and his wife learned an unwritten Brazilian indigenous language by living among the people for 2 decades. They developed an alphabet and translated a large part of the Bible into the people's language. More

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About Jack Popjes

Born in the Netherlands, Jack emigrated to Alberta, Canada at age 12. After College he married and became a linguist, educator and Bible translator with the Canela people in Brazil, living there for nearly 25 years. Jack served as the executive director of Wycliffe Canada and Wycliffe Caribbean for 9 years. He is currently a speaker and writer for Wycliffe. He and his wife celebrated their 50th anniversary this year with their 3 daughters' families of eight grandchildren.

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Richard Trull reviewed on Nov. 27, 2013

This is story teller's gem, a page turner of discovery, for anyone who desires to understand the 'what'and the 'why' of Bible translation.
Get it, read it - the insights are practical and profound!
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Paul Eckert reviewed on Nov. 7, 2013

This is a great book for those who are interested in pursuing the career of Bible translation. It is also makes a great gift for those who support the ministry of Bible translation explaining many aspects of the task in non-technical language.

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