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For the Lord's sake accept the authority of every human institution, whether of the emperor as supreme, or of governors, as sent by him to punish those who do wrong and to praise those who do right.(NRSV) Although Wisdom does not cite Matthew 22:31, "Give therefore to the emperor [Caesar] the things that are the emperor's," this verse is also frequently cited in relation to the immigration debate.
NRSV Ruth 1:17, cited already), or deliberately reanalyzed through phono-semantic matching.
21, the Gospel reading stated "the angel Gabriel was sent by God to a town called Nazareth, to a virgin engaged to a man called Joseph ..." (NRSV Luke 1:26-28).
The NCC has chosen HarperSanFrancisco to be the sole manager of commercial licences for print and electronic editions of the NRSV and the Revised Standard Version (RSV) of the Bible.
Yet in the NRSV, in 13 of the sentences in which Paul uses some form of the root adelph the translators have substituted such non-family-related words as "believer," "friends," and even the pronoun "one of them," sharply diminishing for the modern reader the intended force of Paul's rhetoric.
Here Zanchi uses an alternate meaning for animalis, which, in the NRSV, is translated "unspiritual" with an alternate translation natural.
Last month, when the Vatican NRSV rejection surfaced, immediate comments suggested that Keeler "folds in the face of even minor Vatican officials"; that the bishops would send him back to Rome with his "spine stiffened"; that he should "bang on the table like the Germans and French," and refuse, like them, to go along with everything Rome likes or demands.
His chapter on post-colonial biblical criticism is a wonderful analysis of the imperial language and pretentions shot through the King James version of the Bible, which was unfortunately the source for most translations into Asian languages, and even for the now common NRSV version.
And God is able to provide you with every blessing in abundance, so that by always having enough of everything, you may share abundantly in every good work."--2 Corinthians 9:6-8, NRSV
For, whereas in Matthew and Mark, the point of the miracle is the reassurance of the terrified disciples ("Take courage, it is I, do not be afraid!"--Mk 6:50; Mt 14:27), and in calming the wind-tossed sea ("the wind died down"--Mk 6:51; Mt 14:32), the point of the narrative in John is centered on the revelation of Jesus' identity, "I am, do not be afraid" (6:20 NRSV marg.).
Who among all these does not know that the hand of the Lord has done this (NRSV).
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