The End: A Bible Translation of John's Revelation

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What better way to study the Book of Revelation than with a fresh translation. Both literal and poetic, this translation was done by a Moody grad with a Geek interest in languages, using "cliché-for-cliché via word-for-word" as the model.

Contemporary English mixed with older prose makes this a timeless standard with a fresh and readable look at one of the most mysterious books in the Bible. More
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Berdine Mayes, Jr reviewed on Oct. 24, 2019

Not a good translation or edit. Chapter two starts off with a "saith". You've for you have. CallOuts for the ekklesia. Need to reconsider.
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