By Leland Ryken
Of the numerous Bible translations to be had this day, are a few higher than others? if that is so, what standards will we use to figure out what makes a very good translation? Leland Ryken introduces readers to the principal matters during this debate and offers a number of the reason why primarily literal—word-for-word—translations are more desirable to dynamic equivalent—thought-for-thought—translations. You don’t must be a Bible pupil to acknowledge the necessity for a high quality Bible translation. all of us need to know that the Bible we learn, learn, and memorize is trustworthy to the unique. Dr. Ryken tackles this factor and breaks it down during this concise, logical, and easy ebook, giving readers a priceless software for choosing a Bible translation.
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In dynamic equivalent translations, much meaning is left out. In essentially literal translations, sometimes the meaning of a Greek word is just represented by a question mark or a comma in English, but the meaning is still represented. Sometimes one word is translated by two or three English words, sometimes two or three Greek words are translated by one English word, but in every case the meaning of every word in the original is represented by the translation. ’ and we need to provide an answer for that.
As he needed to correct his dynamic equivalent translation, whereas if he had been using a literal translation he would not have needed to invoke this formula at all. 8. Van Leeuwen, “We Really Do Need Another Bible Translation,” 30. 9. Anthony Howard Nichols, “Translating the Bible: A Critical Analysis of E. A. Nida’s Theory of Dynamic Equivalence and Its Impact Upon Recent Bible Translations,” dissertation, University of Sheffield, 1996, 295. 10. Erich Sauer, From Eternity to Eternity, trans.
Van Leeuwen, “We Really Do Need Another Bible Translation,” 30. 9. Anthony Howard Nichols, “Translating the Bible: A Critical Analysis of E. A. Nida’s Theory of Dynamic Equivalence and Its Impact Upon Recent Bible Translations,” dissertation, University of Sheffield, 1996, 295. 10. Erich Sauer, From Eternity to Eternity, trans. G. H. Land (London: Paternoster, 1954), 103. 11. Eugene A. Nida and Charles R. Taber, The Theory and Practice of Translation (Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1969), 13. 12. Concerning the translation of idioms, biblical scholar Wayne Grudem notes: “Everyone agrees that difficult idioms need to be handled as exceptions.
Choosing a Bible: Understanding Bible Translation Differences by Leland Ryken