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About the Author

Dr Nyland is a Classical Greek language scholar who served as Faculty in the Department of Classics and Ancient History at the University of New England, Australia. Her research field is Greek lexicography from Homeric to Hellenistic times. She has published academic papers in the fields of both Greek and Hittite lexicography. Dr Nyland is known as the translator of The Source New Testament (TSNT).
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  • Paperback: 422 pages
  • Publisher: Smith & Stirling Publishing (October 10, 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0980443016
  • ISBN-13: 978-0980443011
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 1 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,117,361 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Dr. A. Nyland spent her time on Faculty at the University of New England, Australia, teaching ancient grammar, conducting a lengthy replication of a Bronze Age horse training text, and drinking espresso.
She is the best selling translator of such books as The Complete Books of Enoch and author of What Were the Watchers? as well as Nephilim and Giants.
The information based on her books is not based on her own opinions, but is presented with a view to getting actual facts out there. This is harder and harder in this day and age with misinformation spreading like wildfire on the net, driven by all the books by authors who know no ancient languages, and get their information from English translations rather than the original texts. It is futile to research ancient texts in English translation.
Dr. A. Nyland is the Director of the charity Morrigan Horse Rescue and Rehab for hard-case rescue horses.

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The good news is that this book gives us insight into how we have been socialized to embrace biblical translations which have fallen out of lockstep with contemporary sensibilities. Many of the claims which Christians make against certain groups have no biblical basis.

I shouldn't have been surprised, but it was eye opening to learn about how certain groups influence biblical content. They shape the Bible that we see, and, by extension, the messages that we get from it. That is why gay people have so much trouble in church. That would have been good as a separate book.

The Kindle Edition has no links in its Table of Contents, and no index. It makes navigating difficult. The books of the New Testament are cluttered together, and lack introdutions. Some passages are so heavily laden with contemporary text that they are hard to recognize.

This book could have stopped at chapter two.
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Contains a lot of helpful information on word meanings especially the LGBT "clobber" passages however the layout and general presentation leaves a lot to be desired.
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I'd been wanting a Biblical translation from the original Greek-my 30 yr old Bible recently literally fell apart-this New Testament is Great!i like having the notes on the page as I read, I purchased 2 more of these for friends.
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The study bible whilst not perfect (no translation is) is a very credible attempt at a secular translation and has some extremely valuable viewpoints to it. The study notes are written not based on traditional assumptions but on the latest secular knowledge. As our available texts have grown from new testament times, so have our understanding of expressions etc. (For example the laws pertaining to divorce can be understood in a better context now).Unfortunately some will focus on homosexuality but if they choose to focus on minor themes that are barely mentioned thats their choice. However, Jesus gives us many commands including love your neighbour, turn the other cheek, look after the poor and the sick, do not lie and of course do not judge and these can be studied across this and other translations because, as they are repeated time and time again...these ARE the important themes in gods word to us. This is worth using to study those major commands that Jesus gave us. (for those that want to worry about homosexuality, then skip those few verses. Jesus doesnt mention it anyway so this is a very useful study tool. Jesus does say of course whatever you do to the sick, the poor etc, you do to him... and this is a great tool for understanding the cultural co text of what he said). highly recommended and remember..anything you dont like, you can check for yourself (the mark of a good study guide rather than dogma)
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You will find lies and misconceptions in this book. If your going to read any bible, be true to yourself & read the original scriptures.
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A wonder piece of reconciliation literature, it is both scholarly and compassionate. Wonderful news for everyone, especially those from a faith background.
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This trash book is nothing more than sophistry and literary obfuscation. This is NOT a "Christian" bible, nor is it even a Christian "companion" to anything "Christianity." This book twists the canonical scriptures of the true Christian bible.

LGBT are pushing for a radical redefinition of marriage and gender. The church is becoming "remade" in the image of the current culture, while radicals and a greatly expanded government is filling in the void for a once vibrant church. This book is only an accelerant on the flames of forced societal acceptance of a sinful and biblically detestable "bad habit."

According to those LGBT folks that claim to be fighting for “tolerance,” they demand that everyone else's real rights must give way to those who demand that you affirm their lifestyle. That isn’t tolerance. That’s totalitarianism. Conform or else!

Jesus loved sinners, which is why He wouldn’t affirm their sin. Neither can Christians. If we celebrate harmful behavior, despite any good intentions, we are actually being unloving. Love requires we tell people the truth, even if they don’t like it. This book does not tell the truth, but only lies and assures a destructive eternalizim in the afterlife.

Furthermore, we Christians are indeed called to judge and Jesus makes that abundantly clear. So if we don't judge we are deficient. What Jesus makes plane is that we should NEVER judge self righteously or hypocritically. There is a distinction here folks.

And finally, this book is decisive. When everything is tolerated, nothing is limited. Tolerance when it comes to personal relationships is a virtue. However tolerance when it comes to truth is a sin.
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This is by far the biggest perversion to the word of God I have ever seen. I am also a student of the Greek language and guarentee that Dr. Nyland's claims concerning the incorrect translations concerning homosexuality are completely FALSE! I have studied over passages such as these and found that the NASB and the ESV both have the most accurate translation of the original text. The sad thing is that because the author has a Doctorate, people assume the translation must be correct. It is only false hope for those that lead a homosexual lifestyle and refuse to change. The appearance of knowledge in this work is in fact only an illusion and is certainly the devil's work. You can live your life how you wish, but God's word cannot be changed by Dr. Nyland or anyone else.
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