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About Edward D. Andrews
EDWARD D. ANDREWS (AS in Criminal Justice, BS in Religion, MA in Biblical Studies, and MDiv in Theology) is CEO and President of Christian Publishing House. He has authored over 160+ books. In addition, Andrews is the Chief Translator of the Updated American Standard Version (UASV).
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Another important feature of CPH New Testament Commentary is its range of information. We have made every effort to supply our readers with important textual information in a simple way. In addition, the reader will be introduced to one of the original languages of the Bible by way of transliteration (English letters), Greek. This thorough information should benefit our readers in becoming more in-depth students of the fully inerrant, inspired Word of God, as well as being better qualified to defend to anyone who asks them for a reason for their hope.—1 Peter 3:15.
Its popularity is because biblical criticism is subjective, that is, based on or influenced by personal feelings or opinions and is dependent on the Bible scholar's perception. In other words, biblical criticism allows the Bible scholar, teacher, or pastor the freedom to interpret the Scriptures, so that God's Word it tells them things that they want to hear. Why is this book so critical for all Christians? Farnell and Andrews will inform the reader about Biblical criticism (historical criticism) and its weaknesses, helping you to defend God's Word far better.
It is CGBT's desire to take challenging and complex subjects and make them easy to understand. CGBT will communicate as clearly and powerfully as possible to all of its readers while also accurately communicating information about the Bible. Andrews has helped all churchgoers and unbelievers have an in-depth inside look at how translators carry out their work and to understand better the principles and rules of the Bible translation process. Andrews also demonstrates which translation philosophies objectively and efficiently achieve an accurate Bible translation.