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Chris talks about the new release of the new Bible translation called “The Voice.” Chris discusses the new translation and it’s differences from the KJV and other translations.
To listen to the program, click on the link entitled “THE VOICE“.
To learn a little more about “The Voice” translation, click on the link entitled “The Voice (Bible Translation)“.
“The Voice” is a Thomas Nelson publication. The owner of Thomas Nelson Publishing is Leo Hindery, a Jesuit trained business man who attributes his success in business to “lots of demons, and the Jesuits”, as described below.
SOUTHWICK: What gave you the ambition to go from sort of blue collar jobs to wanting to become, I guess, a businessman?
HINDERY: Lots of demons, lots of devils that have always caused me to want to succeed. I was blessed with some intellect; some intellectual curiosity as well, that just drove me. A lot of my early influences came from the Jesuits. I was Jesuit trained at both the high school level and at college, and that was a discipline and an environment that sort of forced you to excel, rewarded you for excellence, gave you this intellectual curiosity, and I always knew that I wanted to be something special. I don’t mean that self-servingly, but I did want to succeed and be well thought of. It was never about the money, it was just this sort of interest in excellence. I give a lot of the early, early credit to the Jesuits, later credit to Ed Littlefield, and in subsequent years Bill and John.
The Jesuits, starting with its founder, Ignatius of Loyola, has been a key player in the Counter Reformation of the Catholic Church, and has been a plague to the Protestants through inquisitions, crusades, and infiltration into Protestant circles. The Counter Reformation’s goal, was to bring the protestant nations, kings, and churches, back under the authority of the Pope. The Jesuits are known for operating according to their extreme Jesuit oath. To read the Jesuit Oat, click on the link entitled “The Jesuit Oath“. To learn more about the Jesuit order, and their activity over the last 460 years, click on the link entitled “The Jesuits: Their Moral Maxims And Plots Against Kings,Nations,And Churches“.
“The Voice” translation is not the Bible, but a poor version of a paraphrased Bible, and it is promoted by a student of the Counter Reformation, which still exists today. These two facts does not put the new Bible translation in a good light.
The best Bible translation is not a paraphrased version, but a translation that is as close to the word for word translation of the Greek and Hebrews text as possible.