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The New Testament written in the language of today
Bryan, Texas (PRWEB) January 09, 2013
The New Testament takes on new meaning for younger generations.
With ‘The Wilton Translation of The New Testament’, pastor Clyde Wilton has taken the Bible, starting with the Gospel of John, and translated it from Greek, sentence by sentence. According to Wilton, it is written in the English of today, in a way that everyone can understand.
“With so many different translations of the Bible in circulation today, I decided it was time for me to figure out what it said, word for word,” says Wilton. “To be able to accurately evaluate the teachings, we must know exactly what the text was meant to say.”
Wilton, a pastor for over 40 years, is concerned that some of the language used in the Bible is outdated, making it difficult to apply to today’s world.
“The Bible speaks to every new generation. We have come a long way since it was written but the main issues of life are the same,” says Wilton. “The reality of sin, love, hate and forgiveness have not changed.”
According to Wilton, there is a need for modern Biblical translations. ‘The Wilton Translation of The New Testament’ speaks to the issues we face today using modern language to interpret the teachings. Wilton believes that it is necessary to read the Scripture with current, updated language to understand its true message.
‘The Wilton Translation of the New Testament’
By Clyde C. Wilton
Available at http://www.amazon.com
About the author
Born and raised on a farm near Jermyn, Texas, Clyde C. Wilton received the call to preach the Gospel at the age of 20. After serving as pastor of many small churches, he became a chaplain in the United States Air Force, serving 3 years in Hawaii and 3 years in Japan. Following his time with the USAF, Wilton served as the pastor of Emmanuel Baptist Church for 40 years before retiring to continue the pursuit of his translation work. ‘The Wilton Translation of the New Testament’ is the culmination of more than 30 years of research, study and work. He currently resides in Bryan, Texas.
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