Bible translation proceeds upon the basis that the base text possesses value. A high view of Scripture moves the translator to higher accuracy in translating the text, greater care in making certain the message does not get skewed, and a consistent reverence for God’s revealed Word. If a text is known to be saturated with error, there is no compelling reason to pass on such error. This TMAI video from the 2015 TMAI (The Master’s Academy International) Symposium presents my thoughts on this matter.

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