April 17, 2012

A Bible Without Jesus Christ

Michael Gryboski, Christian Post

A new translation of the Bible into English does not contain the name "Jesus Christ" in it, nor does it use words like "Angel" and "Apostle."

The Voice, a Bible that replaces "Jesus Christ" with terms like "Jesus the Anointed One," had its complete edition released by Thomas Nelson Publishing last month.

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