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We are a fellowship of believers who are dedicated to spreading the Word of Jesus Christ from a Jewish perspective around the world. We have no buildings, no salary, and ask for no donations. Our ministry team consists of seven members, each using their own giftedness: Antonietta is our English editor, Cesar is an expert in technology and puts most everything in English on our website, Gary is our graphic artist, Victor and Martha are translating and editing Exodus into Spanish, Josh, also an expert in technology is helping Victor and Martha get everything in Spanish online, and lastly, I am the human author. I have an MDiv degree from Bethel Seminary in San Diego, California. I am 65 years old and am a high school US History teacher. I will be retiring in June 2013 so I can devote more time to my writing.
We praise God that Victor and Martha will start translating and editing Exodus in Spanish shortly. Exodus in English has just been completed and put on line. Gary has just gotten the graphic artwork on the last of the Spanish tabs finished. Cesar is working on the English and Spanish home pages, getting all twelve tabs and books set up. We are switching over to Microsoft Expression Web 4 from Microsoft FrontPage because it is more up to date and allows us greater flexibility. Please, make sure to visit our Updates page for the latest additions and changes to the website.
We are averaging about 1,900 visitors per week, about 1,300 unique visitors (people who have visited the site eight or more times) per week, about 4,400 pages views per week and about 1,000 individual people long on per week. In other words, we are an e-church of about 1,000 people at this time. It seems like every time we put a new devotional commentary on line, our viewership doubles. We are averaging about 50 different countries per week. We pray that this trend will continue when we put the revised edition of Isaiah (in English) and Exodus (in Spanish) on line. We seem to have a lot of activity from Beijing, China; Redmond, Washington; Kiev, Ukraine; Tokyo, Japan; London, England.
Plans, Prayers & Hopes:
We would like to assemble a prayer team that would pray for our protection, the protection of our family members, for direction, wisdom and open doors to God’s Word. Also we need prayer for our website. Our server, GoDaddy, has informed me that twice now someone has tired to hack our site and take it down. If you would be interested in being part of our ministry team would you contact me on the English home page, or Victor and Martha on the Spanish home page.
Our current plans are to finish Isaiah in English and get it online, then start on Revelation at some point in the summer. It has already been written, but needs to be edited and reformatted into Microsoft Expression Web 4 documents. Work on Esther is complete and online before Purim, February 23rd, 2013. Depending on how things go, we might have time to do Jude in the spring of 2013. I plan to retire from teaching in June of 2013 and start The Life of Christ devotional commentary that next fall. It will take me a couple of years to get it written, edited and online. Once that is done, I will pray for direction regarding which devotional commentary will be next.
Jay Mack, MDiv
Book of Esther - Finished
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1.4 Book of Revelation Updated. Added "Links & Resources" and "Testimonials"
1.3 Now with: Easy to read, Larger Book Tabs.
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In addition, the app provides functionality to browse more than 100 meditation archives, bookmark meditations and reading selections for later reference and access to a rich selection of resource materials on Bible study and several other Christian topics.
The daily meditations displayed in the app are also available online at http://www.dailyscripture.net.
The initial vision for the project was provided by a single individual – an engineer working with General Electric in Seattle by the name of Howard Long. Long was a lifelong devotee of the King James Version, but when he shared it with his friends he was distressed to find that it just didn’t connect. Long saw the need for a translation that captured the truths he loved in the language that his contemporaries spoke.
For 10 years, Long and a growing group of like-minded supporters drove this idea. The passion of one man became the passion of a church, and ultimately the passion of a whole group of denominations. And finally, in 1965, after several years of preparatory study, a trans-denominational and international group of scholars met in Palos Heights, Illinois, and agreed to begin work on the project – determining to not simply adapt an existing English version of the Bible but to start from scratch with the best available manuscripts in the original languages. Their conclusion was endorsed by a large number of church leaders who met in Chicago in 1966.
A self-governing body of fifteen biblical scholars, the Committee on Bible Translation (CBT) was formed and charged with responsibility for the version, and in 1968 the New York Bible Society (which subsequently became the International Bible Society and then Biblica) generously undertook the financial sponsorship of the project. The translation of each book was assigned to translation teams, each made up of two lead translators, two translation consultants, and a stylistic consultant where necessary. The initial translations produced by these teams were carefully scrutinized and revised by intermediate editorial committees of five biblical scholars to check them against the source texts and assess them for comprehensibility. Each edited text was then submitted to a general committee of eight to twelve members before being distributed to selected outside critics and to all members of the CBT in preparation for a final review. Samples of the translation were tested for clarity and ease of reading with pastors, students, scholars, and lay people across the full breadth of the intended audience. Perhaps no other translation has undergone a more thorough process of review and revision. From the very start, the NIV sought to bring modern Bible readers as close as possible to the experience of the very first Bible readers: providing the best possible blend of transparency to the original documents and comprehension of the original meaning in every verse. With this clarity of focus, however, came the realization that the work of translating the NIV would never be truly complete. As new discoveries were made about the biblical world and its languages, and as the norms of English usage developed and changed over time, the NIV would also need to change to hold true to its original vision.
And so in the original NIV charter, provision was made not just to issue periodic updates to the text but also to create a mechanism for constant monitoring of changes in biblical scholarship and English usage. The CBT was charged to meet every year to review, maintain, and strengthen the NIV’s ability to accurately and faithfully render God’s unchanging Word in modern English.
The 2011 update to the NIV is the latest fruit of this process. By working with input from pastors and Bible scholars, by grappling with the latest discoveries about biblical languages and the biblical world, and by using cutting-edge research on English usage, the Committee on Bible Translation has updated the text to ensure that the New International Version of the Bible remains faithful to Howard Long’s original inspiration.
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