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NLT’s use of “Hebrew” and “Greek” footnotes

Mark D. Taylor I thought it might be helpful if I commented on the NLT’s frequent use of “Hebrew” and “Greek” footnotes. Both of my examples are from the second edition text (2004 or 2007). Example 1: In Gen 6:2, […]

The Temple tax

Coins of at least three different nations were used in everyday life in Judea during the NT era. The NT text uses the names of Greek coins, Roman coins, and Jewish coins. The original readers of the NT were presumably […]

Words from the Chief Stylist

Greetings, blogophiles and bibliophiles. My name is Mark Taylor, and I will be contributing to the NLT blog from time to time. In addition to serving as President and CEO of Tyndale House Publishers and Tyndale House Foundation, I’ve had […]