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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.
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Here Comes the Judge

August 25, 2015
Today's guest post is offered by Dr. Creig Marlowe, professor of Old Testament at Evangelische Theologische Faculteit in Leuven.  He was one of the scholars who worked on THE VOICE and is a frequent contributor to this blog.

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Here Comes the Judge
by Creig Marlowe

A recent post on this site reflected on the question of when, if at all, Christians are to judge the behavior of another person. To be commended in Dr. Capes’ blog, which I assume mirrors his book
Slow to Judge (Thomas Nelson, 2015), and which cannot be repeated enough, is the reminder that this instruction found in Matthew 7 is about church life with fellow believers. Too many Christians continue to rely on gossip and slander rather than lovingly confronting pew mates they feel have hurt them in line with Matt 18:15-20. And again it is probably best to take the 2-3 gathered (v. 20;  cf. the need for 2-3 witnesses) with Jesus’ power and presence are not praying but administering discipline with a view towards restoration not removal. But more to the point, Jesus’ similar words in Luke 6:37-38 are relevant to this discussion and, I am glad to say, are very well rendered in The Voice: READ MORE >

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What I appreciate most about THE VOICE is the emphasis on the story of the Bible.  It is this story of God's redemptive plan that THE VOICE presents in such an engaging and powerful way.  Whether in the classroom or at Church, it is this story that draws us, speaks to us, and transforms us.
Frank Patrick, PhD
Adjunct Professor
Samford University

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