<a href="https://biblicalmissiology.org/blog/author/benelchi/" target="_self">Mike Tisdell</a>

Mike Tisdell

Studied Biblical Studies (with an emphasis on OT) at San Jose Bible college (Now called William Jessup University) and Computer Science and Hebrew at San Jose State University. Currently works as a Network Consultant professionally.

1 Comment

  1. Timothy Carter

    This article is well written. It clearly communicates some trouble within the Islamic translations. The author provides a well placed correction to show the proper meaning of the original text.

    I am able to take away some strong points from this article, quoted below.

    “Our bible translations should not be making concessions to modern political or religious issues.”
    “One of the expectations of a good bible translation is that it avoids sectarian bias.”
    “While the Church cannot stop errant translations of Scriptures from being produced, we can do a much better job of not participating in the production and distribution of translations like these.”

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