Idioms in Bible Translation

Idioms are a fixed expression with nonliteral meaning: a fixed distinctive expression whose meaning cannot be deduced from the combined meanings of its actual words. A drop in the bucket is a very small part of something big or whole. All in the same boat is when everyone is facing the same challenges. An axe... Continue Reading →

You of Little Faith, Why Did You Doubt?

We find Peter some two years into Jesus’ ministry, rowing through that windy night on the Sea of Galilee. It is true; we cannot know for certain what memories were going through his mind on that night. Peter had experienced so much over the past two years. Jesus had healed the mother-in-law of Peter. He... Continue Reading →

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