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by Roger L. Omanson

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Roger L. Omanson
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Paternoster (May 1, 2000)
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Bratcher, Robert . Bratcher. Carlisle, Cumbria: Paternoster Press, 2000. The Book of Psalms, in an English Metrical Version Founded on the Basis of the Authorized Bible Translation, and Compared with the Original Hebrew; with Notes Critical and Illustrative. Oxford: Printed by W. Baxter for J. Parker, 1824. Marrison, G. E. A Report on Bible Translation in North-East India. London: The Bible House, 1965.

The essays in this volume are in honor of Bob Bratcher, referred to as a significant 20th century Bible translator. The contributors themselves all have extensive experience of Bible translation

The essays in this volume are in honor of Bob Bratcher, referred to as a significant 20th century Bible translator. The contributors themselves all have extensive experience of Bible translation. Their essays are divided into three sections - exegesis, culture, and theology - each related to translation and each representing an area in which Bob Bratcher has published books and articles

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essays in honor of Robert G. Published 2000 by Paternoster Press in Carlisle, Cumbria.

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The essays in this volume are in honor of Bob Bratcher, referred to as a significant 20th century Bible translator. The contributors themselves all have extensive experience of Bible translation. Their essays are divided into three sections - exegesis, culture, and theology - each related to translation and each representing an area in which Bob Bratcher has published books and articles. Dr. Bratcher was responsible for a lifetime of work with the American Bible Society in which he translated “The Good News for Modern Man: The New Testament in Today’s English Version” in the mid-1960s and later the Old Testament into The Good News Bible in 1971.