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The Mission and Impact of the New Living Translation Bible

By Mark D. Taylor, Chairman and CEO, Tyndale House Publishers Most Christians view the Bible as a holy book—the Word of God. But what exactly is the Bible? Is the King James Version the Bible? Is the New International Version the Bible? Is the New Living Translation the Bible? Is the Chinese Union Version the […]

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Why View a Bible Passage in More Than One Bible Translation?

Reading multiple Bible translations side-by-side is a popular feature on Bible Gateway that’s easy to use and customize (which you can find out exactly how to do here). Whether you’re grappling with a challenging Bible passage, or are just curious to see how different translators approach the same scriptural text, you’ll find it a useful […]

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Bible Gateway Now Offers Evangelical Heritage Version® (EHV®) New Testament and Psalms for Digital Reading

NEWS RELEASE News Release Archive | Newsroom The Evangelical Heritage Version® (EHV®) is produced by the Wartburg Project GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (November 21, 2017)—The world’s most visited Christian website, Bible Gateway (; @BibleGateway), has now added the Evangelical Heritage Version (EHV) New Testament and Psalms to its online collection of over 200 freely available Bible […]

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Celebrate James I’s Birthday by Reading the King James Bible

Today is the 451st birthday of King James I! James’ long rule was marked by many noteworthy historical events and literary developments, but perhaps the most important was the Bible translation that he sponsored: the Bible we know today as the King James Version (also known as the King James Bible or KJV). The King […]

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Which Bible?

This is the second lesson in Mel Lawrenz’ new “How to Study the Bible” series. You can catch up with last week’s lesson here. If you know someone or a group who would like to follow along on this journey through Scripture, they can get more info and sign up to receive these essays via […]

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