Why Our Church Switched to the ESV Paperback

by Kevin DeYoung;


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Why Our Church Switched to the ESV

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DeYoung shares seven reasons why he encouraged his church to switch Bible translations to the ESV.

A few years into his current pastoral role, Kevin DeYoung was faced with a church that needed to replace its well-worn pew Bibles. DeYoung wrote to his congregation, outlining seven reasons why he preferred the English Standard Version (ESV) and was proposing its adoption. Among his top reasons for switching to the ESV DeYoung noted its essentially literal translation philosophy, avoidance of over- and under-translation, consistency in translating important Greek and Hebrew words, and retention of important literary features.

DeYoung's letter has been newly edited and put into booklet form. Sold individually or in packs of ten, Why Our Church Switched to the ESV is an excellent tool for pastors or lay leaders seeking to learn more about the English Standard Version.

Why Our Church Switched to the ESV by Kevin DeYoung was published by Crossway in July 2011 and is our 23655th best seller. The ISBN for Why Our Church Switched to the ESV is 9781433527449.

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Page last updated 27th September 2011
Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback / softback
PublisherCrossway (July 2011)
Weight37g
Number of Pages32
Thickness10 mm
Height178 mm
Width127 mm
ISBN9781433527449
ISBN-101433527448
Product Code3970932
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