Primitive Christianity Revived, Again
I'm curious about translations - Martin, your blog post refered to the NLT, and David says he's using the NIV..
I just picked up a compact NLT One Year Bible at the neighborhood Christian bookstore. They had an NIV, but since that's what I already have, that seemed less useful. Since the train is the likeliest place for me to read, size was important. I'm looking forward to joining theis journey with you, though all I want to think about committing to initially is the reading, though I hope to read here and the blog as time allows. But if I make it into too big a project from the outset, it will probably fall apart.@Thomas:My favorite answer to "which Bible should I use" is "whichever one you'll actually read." The only printed One Year Bibles I saw were in accessible modern translations. Let us know if you find more choices in the bookstores. If I have the time I usually like to reread the day's passage in some other translation, both for reinforcement and to see if another message opens up.