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Furman chaplain comments on new Bible translation

There’s a new kind of Bible—well, the same Bible, but re-written in the form of a screenplay. It’s called The Voice and it was written over seven years, by poets and scholars, all Christians, who said they wanted to take the word of God written in ancient times and make it easier and more accessible for people today. Vaughn CroweTipton, Furman chaplain, professor and director of the religious studies program, weighed in on the new translation for a piece by FOX Carolina.

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