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  • The translation of the King James Bible by scholars of old is testament to the vision of men and women to begin to seek out the truths of God for themselves. It is a gift and vision for us in […]

    Communication in the Vernacular

    The translation of the King James Bible by scholars of old is testament to the vision of men and women to begin to seek out the truths of God for themselves. It is a gift and vision for us in […]

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  • Weaving the Word was a creative project conceived by Rev Peter Gardner, Heidi Gardner and artist Carol Marples and funded by the Church of Scotland and the Scottish Bible Society. The task was to create an artwork for the Church […]

    Weaving the Word

    Weaving the Word was a creative project conceived by Rev Peter Gardner, Heidi Gardner and artist Carol Marples and funded by the Church of Scotland and the Scottish Bible Society. The task was to create an artwork for the Church […]

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  • Throughout my own work of translation (The New Testament for Everyone, just out) I have had William Tyndale in mind. His story has often been told: on the run in a foreign land, in hiding, under pressure from rival Protestants […]

    Translators and Kings

    Throughout my own work of translation (The New Testament for Everyone, just out) I have had William Tyndale in mind. His story has often been told: on the run in a foreign land, in hiding, under pressure from rival Protestants […]

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  • As I looked around my cottage-by-the-sea this week, I counted no less than five different English translations of the Bible with a German translation and Greek Interlinear thrown in for good measure. Those were just the hard copy versions. I’ve […]

    Introduction: Symposium on the King James Bible

    As I looked around my cottage-by-the-sea this week, I counted no less than five different English translations of the Bible with a German translation and Greek Interlinear thrown in for good measure. Those were just the hard copy versions. I’ve […]

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  • Typically, when Transpositions features an artist, we try to offer a few words regarding the artist’s work as a whole. In this case, however, we have chosen to feature David Mach because of his current exhibition at the Edinburgh Art […]

    Featured Artist: David Mach

    Typically, when Transpositions features an artist, we try to offer a few words regarding the artist’s work as a whole. In this case, however, we have chosen to feature David Mach because of his current exhibition at the Edinburgh Art […]

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  • Describing Greenbelt and its vast spectrum of acts, talks, moments of reflection and worship, musical and artistic spaces, meeting places, performances and comedy is a difficult proposition. Add in 5 nights of camping in the inner of Cheltenham race course […]

    Greenbelt Arts Festival: An Aesthetic and Religious Spectrum

    Describing Greenbelt and its vast spectrum of acts, talks, moments of reflection and worship, musical and artistic spaces, meeting places, performances and comedy is a difficult proposition. Add in 5 nights of camping in the inner of Cheltenham race course […]

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  • In Part II, I consider those who identify the image of God with creativity as an aspect of the human being.  What are the ethical implications of comparing divine and artistic creativity from this perspective?

    Comparing Divine and Artistic Creativity (Part II): The Structural Imago Dei

    In Part II, I consider those who identify the image of God with creativity as an aspect of the human being. What are the ethical implications of comparing divine and artistic creativity from this perspective?

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