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Whether you pronounce it distinctly “N-A-S-B” or informally “naz-bee,” since its completion in the 1970s following 18 years of work, the New American Standard Bible (NASB) is widely embraced as the gold standard for the formal equivalence Bible translation philosophy, the method of rendering English text word-for-word from the original biblical languages as much as possible. The NASB 2020 updated version is now available. Bible Gateway interviewed Pike Lambeth, the executive vice president of The Lockman Foundation, about the NASB.
According to the Dictionary of Bible Themes on Bible Gateway, fathers have a responsibility to love, instruct, and discipline their children in the ways of the Lord. In return they are to be honored and obeyed by their children...
In this 161st lesson on how to live the Bible, pastor and author Dr. Mel Lawrenz says, "How might your faith in God allow you to be a blessing to others today?…" If you want to know how to live the Bible every day, read this installment of his series on our Blog and encourage your friends and followers to receive it by email.
Jess Connolly, author of Breaking Free from Body Shame: Dare to Reclaim What God Has Named Good (Zondervan, 2021), says, "The God who created the universe longs for his children—specifically, his daughters—to know the value and beauty and worth he ascribes to their bodies..."
Thomas Nelson, a division of HarperCollins Christian Publishing, announces the publishing of the Maclaren Series: Large Print Verse-by-Verse Reference Bible (Thomas Nelson, 2021) in the New King James Version (NKJV) and the King James Version (KJV) Bible translations…
Joe Carter, editor of the NIV Lifehacks Bible (Zondervan, 2016), says, "Here are three ways your own spiritual habits can be used as a model for your children: 1) be 'watch-worthy;' 2) let them see you in action; and 3) love their mother..."
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