|Publication Date: 16 Aug 2018|
|Publisher: SPCK Publishing|
|Page Count: 1472|
NLT Holy Bible: New Living Translation Teal Soft-tone Edition (Anglicized)
The translation conveys the message of the original texts in clear, contemporary language. Its guiding principle is to render words and phrases as simply and literally as possible when that approach yields an accurate, consistent and natural English text, thus preserving literary devices, metaphors and word choices that give structure and provide meaningful connections between different passages.
The result is a translation that is both exegetically accurate and idiomatically powerful, making it eminently suitable for both private and public use.
- 8.15 point More Pro font
- Two-column layout with 12mm margins
- Printed laminated gloss binding
- Lay-flat binding
- Soft tone, debossed cover
- White paper with printed endpapers and ribbon
‘If you’ve read one Bible translation for some time, I recommend trying the new Anglicised NLT for a refreshing change. It’s an easy read with trusted scholarship supporting it.’
Amy Boucher Pye, editor of the Woman Alive book club
'Combining accuracy with elegance and accessibility, and drawing on the best textual scholarship to help shed light on difficult passages, this new Anglicized edition of the NLT is one of the most readable and reliable translations of the Bible available today.'
'Whether reflecting on the scriptures quietly or reading them aloud in a group, the lively language of the NLT is arresting and much to be recommended. This new edition from SPCK will surely help to bring greater clarity, depth and vibrancy to everyone’s experience of God's word!'
'The NLT was put together by a dream team of scholars and linguists and gives us a Bible that is thoroughly reliable and eminently readable. It allows the Scriptures to speak with fresh vitality.'
‘The Bible is such a gift from God that Christians over generations have worked diligently and creatively to provide translations that are faithful to the original manuscripts and speak in new and dynamic ways. The NLT does exactly that in communicating life and hope.’