The Good Road

Episode E8 May 03, 2022 00:28:34
The Good Road
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How and why did the First Nations Version: An Indigenous Translation of the New Testament come to be? How does renaming people and places in a way that resonates with readers — especially Native people — influence the way they interpret and relate to the New Testament? Today’s guest, Terry Wildman, is the lead translator and project manager of the First Nations Version of the New Testament. In this episode, he talks about why he and others took on the daunting task of translating the New Testament into a more meaningful, intuitive and accessible version for Native people and how the First Nations Version has been received.

 

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