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How to Choose a Bible Translation

Some things you need to consider.

A man in a blue shirt reading the Bible.
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Some people are very passionate about the Bible translation they use. That’s fine — just keep using it. What I’m about to say is not for you.

If you review the Bible translation you use every so often, here are some things to consider.

The Stability of the Translation




Centered on Christ seeks to draw attention back to Jesus Christ — the one that all of the Bible points to; the one who died, rose, and reigns.

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