In the sixth of a 7-part series on “How we got our Bible”, Mervyn Hall answers the question “What makes a good Bible translation?” and gives guidance on the translating of the Bible into other languages. He discusses the timeline, the texts and different types of translations. Readings: Matt 28:18-20, Rev 5:6-10 (Message preached in Huyton Gospel Hall, Liverpool)
Part 1 – God has spoken: the nature of divine revelation
Part 2 – William Tyndale: to scatter darkness by His light
Part 3 – Is the Bible divinely inspired?
Part 4 – Has the Bible been changed?
Part 5 – How do we know the Bible has 66 books?
Part 6 – What makes a good Bible translation?
Part 7 – Martin Luther’s testimony