The Bible and Modern Translations by Dr. Kilpatrick
Isaac R. Clark Memorial Collection
Oxford University professor Dr. Kilpatrick gives a lecture on Bible translations at the Interdenominational Theological Center. He discusses why modern translations are necessary. In the lecture Dr. Kilpatrick discusses accidental and deliberate changes that scribes make in their translations. He uses scriptures from the Bible as translation examples. Dr. Kilpatrick also discusses the role of the Roman Empire on Christianity.
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Kilpatrick, "The Bible and Modern Translations by Dr. Kilpatrick" (1962). Isaac R. Clark Memorial Collection. 18.
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