Contents

Vol. 108, No. 2 Spring 2011

        The King James Bible After 400 Years

 

                    First Words

155   First Words . . . Editorial Introduction By Roger Omanson, United Bible Societies Consultant for Scholarly Editions and Helps, Louisville, Kentucky.

159 A Word From . . . An Old-Time Baptist By Bill J. Leonard, Professor of Church History, School of Divinity, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

163 A Word About . . . Pastors, Scholars, and the Future of the Church  By Cameron Jorgenson, Assistant Professor of Christian Theology and Ethics,

            The Divinity School of Campbell University, Buies Creek, North Carolina, and a member of the Editorial Board of Review & Expositor.

                Thematic Words

169 Bible Translation and the Myth of “Literal Accuracy” By Mark L. Strauss, Professor of New Testament, Bethel Seminary, San Diego, California.

195 The King James Version Then and Now By Philip C. Stine, former United Bible Societies translation consultant in Africa and later the global coordinator of

                translation work and related research for UBS.

 

209 Early Bibles in Pictures: Celebrating 400 Years of the King James Bible--Timeline, Commentary, and Pictures By Joel F. Drinkard, Jr.,

            Senior Scholar and Professor of Old Testament, Campbellsville University, and Business Manager for Review & Expositor, Louisville, Kentucky.

 

241 The Textual Base for Modern Translations of the Old Testament By Rolf Schäfer, senior editor at the German Bible Society with responsibility for

            Old Testament scholarly editions, a member of the Biblia Hebraica Quinta editorial committee, and editor of the BHQ text of Lamentations; and Roger Omanson,

            United Bible Societies Consultant for Scholarly Editions and Helps, Louisville, Kentucky.

 

253 The Textual Base for Modern Translations of the New Testament By Florian Voss, senior editor at the German Bible Society with responsibility

            for New Testament scholarly editions,especially in the preparation of revised editions of the Nestle-Aland Novum Testamentum Graece (NA28) and the

            UBS Greek New Testament (UBS5); and Roger Omanson, United Bible Societies Consultant for Scholarly Editions and Helps, Louisville, Kentucky.

263 On the Relevance of Translation Theory By Stephen Pattemore, Translation Consultant with the United Bible Societies, Auckland, New Zealand.

279 Issues in Bible Translation in Africa By Lynell Zogbo, UBS Translations Consultant, Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire. She teaches Bible translation at the

            Faculté de Théologie Evangélique Alliance Chrétienne (FATEAC) and is editor of both the UBS Handbook series in French and the Sycomore, a journal

            for francophone translators.

 

                Expository Words

299 What Does God Expect of Us? Micah 6-7 By Esteban Voth, Americas Area Translation Coordinator for the United Bible Societies, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

307 Second Corinthians 8:4 and 9:1 and the Larger Context of Paul’s Letters  By Roger Omanson, United Bible Societies Consultant for Scholarly

            Editions and Helps, Louisville, Kentucky.

 

            Words About Recent Books

315 Edited by Robert R. Ellis, Associate Dean and Phillips Professor of Hebrew and Old Testament, Logsdon School of Theology, Hardin-Simmons University, Abilene, Texas.

 

            Indexes

333 Books Received

       Books Reviewed