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The New Testament for the Twenty-First Century.
Most readers of the New Testament have grown overly familiar with the biblical text, losing sight of the wonder and breadth of its innovative ideas and world-changing teachings about the life and role of Jesus of Nazareth. N. T. Wright invigorates these sacred texts with an all-new English translation that allows contemporary readers to encounter these historic works afresh.
With the insight and expertise of "the world’s leading New Testament scholar" (Newsweek), this approachable, engaging translation features accessible, modern prose that stays true to the character of the ancient Greek text by maintaining the vibrancy and vigor of the original works while also conveying the most accurate rendering possible.
The Kingdom New Testament will help the next generation of Christians acquire a firsthand understanding of what the New Testament had to say in its own world, and what it urgently has to say in ours.
Such a joy to read. I read it cover to cover with a smile on my face!Published 5 days ago by Amazon Customer
Fantastic translation. The language is a little too British for me, but that's to be expected: I'm American. Overall, this is a simply excellent translation.Published 1 month ago by nathantlz
A refreshing contemporary translation.Tom Wright has translated an ancient text into today's "language" without watering down its message.. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Capt. Bill
I am currently reading this book instead of my NLT bible and I have to say I really enjoy the ease of readability and contemporary language NT Wright uses. Read morePublished 3 months ago by MLM
This translation captures the concepts faithfully. It is easy to read and understand. However, It employs contractions and idioms liberally. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Antoninvs
I found this translation so frustrating that I cannot use it. In some places it is fresh and original, but as has been observed by other reviewers it tends to be too much of a good... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Edward P. Pettit