Thus, in bemoaning the loss of "Religious English" in translations like The Good News Bible
, The New English Bible, The Contemporary English Version, and The New International Version, and in staunchly defending The King James Version, as well as The Book of Common Prayer, Robinson simultaneously demonstrates courage of judgment and courage of faith.
KRISS Akabusi found a Good News Bible
in his hotel room during the Commonwealth Games in Edinburgh in 1986.
Although one of the society's biblical translations, the Catholic edition Good News Bible
, has carried an imprimatur for at least two decades, the imprimatur for a newer translation has been held up for well over a year.
The Good News Bible
is an early sample of this variety.
Garang was using Good News Bible
for political propaganda because he was not an expert in the field who should be taken serious.
"All those sitting in the Council fixed their eyes on Stephen and saw that his face looked like the face of an angel." - Acts 6:15 (Good News Bible
) WHEN Stephen was brought before the Jewish Council for interrogation, "they were not able to resist the wisdom and the Spirit by which he spoke" (verse 10).
He later was instrumental in producing the Good News Bible
. Millions of copies of this translation were published and distributed.
Based on the American Bible Society's popular Good News Bible
, the screenplay has beautifully adapted the gospel narrative by carefully reconstructing dramatic scenes and stunning sets from Galilean villages to the temple in Jerusalem.
The article quotes St John from the Good News Bible
, saying, "Whoever has two shirts should give one to the man who has none.
No other god may share my glory; I will not let idols share my praise." (The Good News Bible
(use the Good News Bible
or the Contemporary English Version)
The Good News Bible
, for example, wanders from the original to the point of being unreliable and misleading.