Bags of Bran

James White on the Value of Solid Translations
July 8, 2015, 3:41 pm
Filed under: Biography

A wise and measured response to the glut of English Bible translations, and a whole lot more!



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Thanks for the link, but I must say that the well-meaning host seems a bit feigned in his behavior. He clearly loves the Lord, but he could gush a bit less and behave more naturally.


Comment by Ryan Martin

I felt like saying “shush” to him. He is Kent Hovind’s son, so I am inclined to give him a Mulligan on his mannerisms, but it is somewhat distracting.


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