Edited by Philip A. Noss. Sixteen biblical scholars, linguists, theorericians, and translation professionals have collaborated to present an overview of the Bible translation from the time of the Septuagint, the Targums, and the Latin Vulgate through the Reformation and Counter Reformation, and into the present day when mother-tongue speakers have replaced the missionary translators of the colonial era. This is the inaugural volume in a series of monographs. Paper Back, 542 pages.This is the inaugural volume in a series of monographs. Paper Back, 542 pages.
|Title||:||A History of Bible Translation|
|Author||:||Philip A. Noss|
|Publisher||:||Storia e Letteratura - 2007|