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Trailer Õ The Message Dark Green Leather-Look PDF by ↠´ Eugene H. Peterson Have to love a Bible translation that says stuff like:

God went for the jugular when he sent his own Son.
He didn't deal with the problem as something remote and unimportant.
In his Son, Jesus, he personally took on the human condition, entered the disordered mess of struggling humanity in order to set it right once and for all.
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It’s poetic and beautiful.
Do not use it as a study Bible, but as an inspiring read.


I chose the book of John to highlight some of the translations, so you can get a feel for the wording.
These aren’t my favorite passages, but they do highlight what I mean by a “paraphrasing.


KJV: John 1:1213, But as many as received him, to them gave he power to become the sons of God, even to them that believe on his name: Which were born, not of blood, nor of the will of the flesh, nor of the will of man, but of God.


Message: But whoever did want him, who believed he was who he claimed and would There is a lot of (unfortunate) debate about the validity of this translation of the Bible.
Some refuse to call it any more than a paraphrase.
Living in a foreign, nonWestern culture (and having worked on some translation myself) helped me better understand the importance of context, the influence of culture, and the shortcomings of literal translations in writing.
As I read Peterson's translation of the Bible, I am mindful that it is not a literal translation but am more than satisfied with the heart of the message he seems to capture so well.
I really love reading it! It's like a new romance with an old friend.
So over the next year I am attempting to read the whole thing! We'll see how this goes.
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I'm reading the free ve Have to love a Bible translation that says stuff like:

God went for the jugular when he sent his own Son.
He didn't deal with the problem as something remote and unimportant.
In his Son, Jesus, he personally took on the human condition, entered the disordered mess of struggling humanity in order to set it right once and for all.
(Romans 8:3a) I admit that I didn't read this cover to cover.
But I have read significant sections of this Bible and wanted to leave a review.


First, The Message Bible needs to be viewed in perspective.
As Mr.
Peterson notes, this is not a study Bible.
It is not meant to be used to get deep down into doctrine.
Instead, this is a reading Bible.
Mr.
Peterson's goal in his translation was to bring the same feelings to the modern reader that that were experienced by the original audiences to the Bible's message.


The result is wonderful.
It is a Bible I want to read.
It is engaging.
The stories I've heard since I was a kid are now more than skeletal words on a page.
They are alive, boldfaced, and breathing.
I also appreciate Mr.
Peterson's mini essays that give context and modernday application to each book.


So if you want to get back into the Bibl I admit that I didn't read this cover to cover.
But I have read significant sections of this Bible and wanted to leave a review.


First, The Message Bible needs to be viewed in perspective.
As Mr.
Peterson notes, this is not a study Bible.
It is not meant to be used to get deep down into doctrine.
Instead, this is a reading Bible.
Mr.
Peterson's goal in his translation was to bring the same feelings to the modern reader that that were experienced by the original audiences to the Bible's message.


The result is wonderful.
It is a Bible I want to read.
It is engaging.
The stories I've heard since I was a kid are now more than skeletal words on a page.
They are alive, boldfaced, and breathing.
I also appreciate Mr.
Peterson's mini essays that give context and modernday application to each book.


So if you want to get back into the Bibl Have you ever longed to read the Bible but were put off by your memories of its language? This is your solution: an absolutely faithful translation in modern language.
It almost makes Chronicles readable.
I, like many others, had always avoided reading the Message Bible because of its supposed "heretical" leanings.
However, recently I've been experimenting with some different translations.
I have always read the NIV Bible, but the language style has become so familiar to me that I found that I was having trouble focusing while I was reading.
I've got a Bible app on my iPhone, so every once and a while I would crossreference verses from other translations with the NIV just to get a different perspective.
Sometimes, when I tried out the Message, it helped clarify the meaning of certain difficult passages.
So, when I came across a cheap, pocket version at our local Christian bookstore, I bought it.


There are definite pros and cons associated with this translat Absolutely fantastic.
The Word of God in contemporary language without losing the true import or meaning.
I did it!!!!! My goal was to read the Bible in a year, so I followed a schedule and just finished this translation of the Bible today! Whew! I had chosen The Message because it was in contemporary language.
Previously, I had read Matthew, Mark, Luke and John in here, and had been impressed with the images Peterson chose.
WellI am glad I read the whole Bible now, because over all, I felt cheated.
Part of this, I'm sure, is because I am so used to reading the King James version.
Yes, some of the language is kind of archaic, but The Message does not even come close to the beauty of the King James version.
Some of the translated passages in The Message felt stilted and almost "yesterday", whereas the King James evokes more feelings.
I also felt as if Peterson put more "religion" in his version.
I don't believe Jesu This is the first time I've ever used The Message for my throughthebible reading.
A lot has been said about its weaknesses and what people don't like about The Message.
Here are a few things I liked:
I found it helpful for reading the longer historical portions of the Old Testament.

I loved it for reading Job.

I can't tell how many times in the Psalms I thought to myself, "Oh, that's where that song came from!" A lot of songwriters, from U2 to songs on Christian radio, must read the Psalms from The Message.

I found myself carving out time to read entire books of the bible in one sitting.
The Message is great for that.

I found some portions especially powerful.
The last half of Galatians was particularly moving.
The Gospels were great.
This translation of the Bible renders the text unrecognizable to any wordforword and most thoughtforthought translations.
In its efforts to be conversational, the language is bastardized.
It is a sad commentary on the state of the church that so many in Christendom teach from this Bible in the general assembly.
This translation should have been shelved.
I love this contemporary Bible! It’s not the most accurate translation—it’s really not fair to even call it a translation, but rather a paraphrase betraying Peterson’s religious convictions—but I just find it enjoyable to read.
It’s poetic and beautiful.
Do not use it as a study Bible, but as an inspiring read.


I chose the book of John to highlight some of the translations, so you can get a feel for the wording.
These aren’t my favorite passages, but they do highlight what I mean by a “paraphrasing.


KJV: John 1:1213, But as many as received him, to them gave he power to become the sons of God, even to them that believe on his name: Which were born, not of blood, nor of the will of the flesh, nor of the will of man, but of God.


Message: But whoever did want him, who believed he was who he claimed and would

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