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The Voice

The Bible is alive like no other book, and The Voice draws you in like no other Bible.

Scholars, poets, musicians, and story tellers have come together to create this singularly unique translation that transports you into the Bible's narrative. Don't just read the Word, step into the story.

Weaknesses in The Voice?

April 11, 2014
I had the great privilege of traveling this past week to Portland, Oregon, and speaking at chapel for Multnomah University.  They had a great group of faculty, staff and students in attendance.  The Voice NTs and Voice water bottles provided by Thomas Nelson flew off the table after chapel.  I also had a chance to address some upper-level Greek and Hebrew students in two separate classes.  Multnomah has a wonderful language program and I would not be surprised if some of their graduates will be part of the next Bible translation team.


What others are saying

Translating for The Voice put me in touch with the Bible in new ways, both intimate and playful. Working so closely with the Hebrew texts reminded me again of their multivalency and the importance of a project like this. It gives readers a first-hand sense of the many voices that populate God's Word, and it allows possibilities for conveying meaning not bound by one-to-one translation. Given room by VOICE editors to reach within our own language, I could strive for a living text -- evocative, poignant, inspirational, disturbing, and comforting -- some of the many ways that the biblical texts mean most powerfully.
Kristin M. Swenson, PhD
Research Professor in Religious Studies
University of Virginia

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