As we get to the end of another year, I thought it would be great to share the top 10 ChurchMag posts. Of course this has been a pandemic / COVID-19 dominated year. There are many things that have happened in the world and in church space but those reflections will be for another post. For now, here are the top 10 ChurchMag 2020 posts.[Read more…] about The Top 10 ChurchMag 2020 Posts – Most Read
While the idea of formal and dynamic Bible translations is useful, there are many nuances in translations that don’t fit neatly into the spectrum. In fact, you can even find details where translations that are considered more formal agree more with translations that are viewed as more dynamic than their formal counterparts. So today, I’m looking at five examples of formal and dynamic translations to inspect some of these issues.[Read more…] about 5 Examples of Formal and Dynamic Bible Translations
When it comes to Bible translations, the formal vs Dynamic equivalence debate is important to understand. These two different approaches are one of the key factors in picking the right translation(s) for you.
In English, we are fortunate to have a multitude of different Bible translations to choose from. At the same time, this wealth of options can feel overwhelming due to the paradox of choice. And if you’ve ever been in a Bible study you’ve probably had the experience where someone started reading and you could have thought they were reading a different passage.[Read more…] about Formal vs Dynamic Equivalence in Bible Translations: The Difference?
Recently, Notion added a new backlinks feature that is similar to those bi-directional links in other note taking applications like Roam research and obsidian.md. This new feature opens up a better way to take digital Bible notes in Notion where you can have notes referencing the text and each other.[Read more…] about Notion Backlinks For Better Digital Bible Notes
One of the great things about a physical Bible is that you can mark it as you like. Many people use highlighters and pens to underline or add notes to important parts of a text, but today I’m looking at a more unusual Bible pen. The Amos Dry Highlighter.[Read more…] about AMOS Dry Highlighters: Bible Pen Review