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The Voice

The Bible is alive like no other book, and The Voice draws you in like no other Bible.

Scholars, poets, musicians, and story tellers have come together to create this singularly unique translation that transports you into the Bible's narrative. Don't just read the Word, step into the story.

Lady Wisdom and the Remarkable Woman of Proverbs 31

July 29, 2015

Here is a comment and question we received recently from Facebook:

“A friend of mine just introduced me to this version of the Bible. I am thoroughly enjoying reading it and watching the videos you produced. I saw your clip from Proverbs 8 and was blown away. I hoped that your documentary within the words of Proverbs would get two women of Proverbs right and conclude the book in Proverbs 31 with the warning "Don't marry Folly," and the exhortation, "Be married to Wisdom." Instead, even though the entire book of Proverbs personifies Wisdom and Folly as two women that men pursue, you made the final chapter about actual women. When the point - based on the entire book - is to flee from Folly and pursue Wisdom like a bride, and marry her, for she is a most excellent wife. Maybe in the revision?”


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The "Hear the Voice"event on our campus was an unexpected delight for our students. The evening presentation, videos, interactive readings, and even the T-shirts helped to pop the translation onto my students' radar screens. "Vibrant," "alive," "refreshing," and "engaging" are adjectives that I heard repeatedly from my students after reading the Voice. Hearing the Philippian hymn read was a stirring experience.
Dr. E. R. (Randy) Richards
Dean, School of Christian Studies
Palm Beach Atlantic University

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