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Kouyanet Reader: David B.

Meet Kouyanet reader, David Bunce. Latterly of St Andrews, David is now a pastoral assistant in Vienna. He bakes bread, reads Karl Barth and is interested in languages;
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Proper Job

Job is not a theoretical exercise in theodicy. It is about real life. It does not give a simple answer, because there are no simple answers. However, it
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Salted By Fire

Bible translators don't just have to work out what tricky passages mean, they also have to find a way to express them clearly and accurate in another language.
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Books I have Read: January Varia

This month's miscellany includes a weighty history book, a fascinating scientific introduction, some science fiction stories a book about missional living and a murder mystery.
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NT Wright On Bible Translation

"The question of translating scripture had already been faced when scribes, after the exile in Babylon, ‘interpreted’ the ancient Hebrew scriptures into Aramaic so the ordinary people could
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Not In My Name (Or Theirs)

Lots of different things are called 'Christian', but I wouldn't want to be associated with all of them. Likewise, there are lots of things that are done in
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