Dr. David Capes speaking to Multnomah University
Ask Seek Knock, Luke 11
The Scripture in this video is taken from Luke 11 in The Voice.
The Easter Story
The Scripture in this video is taken from The Gospels to tell the Easter story.
A Time for Everything, Ecclesiastes 3
The Scripture in this video is taken from Ecclesiastes 3 in The Voice.
The Christmas Story
The Scripture in this video is taken from Matthew and Luke in The Voice, to tell the story of Jesus' birth.
Parable of The Sower
The Scripture in this video is taken from Luke 8, The Parable of the Sower, in The Voice, a new Bible translation that reads like a story with all of the truth and wisdom of God's Word.
The Scripture in this video is taken from John 1 in The Voice, a new Bible translation that reads like a story with all of the truth and wisdom of God's Word.
Selections from Romans 12
This video features spoken word poet, Amena Brown reading selections from Romans 12, from The Voice. The Voice is a new Bible translation that reads like a story with all of the truth and wisdom of God's Word.
Life is Fleeting, Ecclesiastes 1
The Scripture in this video is taken from Psalm 82 in The Voice, a new Bible translation that reads like a story with all of the truth and wisdom of God's Word. To learn more about The Voice and get free book downloads, visit www.hearthevoice.com.
Overview of The Voice
Lady Wisdom, Proverbs 8:1-11
This video portrays the Lady Wisdom Scripture passage, Proverbs 8:1-11, taken from The Voice.
Road to Emmaus, Luke 24:13-31
This video is a modern interpretation of an encounter with Jesus along the road to Emmaus. This translation comes from The Voice Bible.
Praise the Eternal, Psalm 150
This video is a beautiful expression of Psalm 150 from The Voice.
Where did the inspiration for The Voice Bible come from?
Listen to Chris Seay, of Ecclesia Bible Society, talk about where the inspiration to create The Voice Bible translation came from.
Spiritual highs & lows while working on The Voice
Frank Couch, Executive Editor of The Voice, discusses the challenges that have been faced and how the team dealt with them. The process has been described as a spiritual journey, and in the end, lives are changing.
What would you say to encourage someone to read The Voice for the 1st time?
Give this translation a chance, and set aside the time to read through a portion of it. Once you have experienced reading a little bit, it will be hard to put it down.
What role do you see The Voice playing in the future of Christianity?
Chris Seay, Steve Decker, and Dr. David Capes explain the role that they believe The Voice will play in the church. Their hope is that The Voice will help people to engage with Scripture in a new way.
The Voice and The Lion
Steve Decker compares the Word of God to the Lion, and how sometimes the bars of the language prevent it from coming into the world and transforming the world. The Voice helps the lion out of the cage.
The Voice Bible genuine leather covers, hand-crafted in Argentina.
Chris Seay tells the story of the genuine leather covers for The Voice Bibles that come from Argentina. The people there hand-craft them, and this work provides a lifeline to people who need a way to provide for their families. It is an honor to be able to join in that effort.
On the issue of gender inclusion in translation. The Voice Bible.
For the translation of The Voice, the scholars have allowed the original text to come through. Rather than intentionally excluding or including, the scholars were intentional about being true to the original text.
On restoring the original voices to the Bible. The Voice.
In the translation process for The Voice, various writers were involved in the writing of each of the Books of the Bible to try to recapture & restore the original writers' voices back to the Bible.
How is the divine name, the Messiah, handled differently in The Voice?
Listen to the scholars from The Voice Bible translation team talk about how the translation of the divine name, the Messiah, is handled differently in The Voice.
How has working on The Voice affected you spiritually?
Some of the scholars from The Voice team talk about how the work on The Voice allowed them to connect in a new way to the Scriptures. By slowing down and looking at the original Greek and Hebrew texts, they have been able to better understand the story of Scripture and study the original meaning.
How has God inspired the work of The Voice?
Dr. David Capes elaborates on how God has inspired the Bible, and how it is our responsibility to give these inspired words to our modern audience.
How does The Voice help readers step into the story of Scripture?
Rather than reading Scripture a few verses at a time, with The Voice, readers are drawn in so that it reads more like a novel, and they truly understand the entire story of Scripture.
How can The Voice transform the way we share Scripture?
Frank Couch, Executive Editor of The Voice, describes how this translation allows people to share longer portions of Scripture in a way that better connects people to the narrative of Scripture.
A discussion on Revelation, from The Voice Bible
Listen to Chris Seay discuss the Book of Revelation. This translation for Revelation will help you to understand the hope that can be found in this book as well as help you understand how it ties together the story of Jesus.
About The Voice, From Executive Editor, Frank Couch
Learn more about The Voice translation from the Executive Editor of the project, Frank Couch.