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ID:63
Author:Bishop, Eric F.F.
Title:Some Notes on the Version of St. Mark in the Spoken Language of Palestine
Abstract:Discusses the principles used to translate the gospel of Mark into the spoken Arabic of Palestine. Special problems are discussed: (1) terms involving boats; (2) the allusion to the unity of God in MRK 2:7; 10:18; (3) feeding of the five thousand in MRK 6:30-40; (4) healing of the deaf mute in MRK 7:33; and (5) the triumphal entry in Mark 11. [Abstract courtesy of Religious and Theological Abstracts (www.rtabstracts.org)] Keywords: Middle East; Muslim cultures; Versions, Modern--Arabic; MRK 2:7; MRK 6:30-40; MRK 7:33; MRK 10:18; MRK 11; Audience: Muslim;
Source:BT 1951 02/3:124-128
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ID:64
Author:Phair, Noble
Title:Why a Simplified Gospel of Mark
Abstract:Describes the purpose and procedure by which a translation of Mark was designed for children. This translation is somewhat different from most modern-speech translations in that it attempts to preserve as much as possible the form and style of the KJV, but tries to restrict the vocabulary to such words as children are able to understand. [Abstract courtesy of Religious and Theological Abstracts (www.rtabstracts.org)] Keywords: Translation projects, children and the handicapped; Audience: Children;
Source:BT 1951 02/3:128-130
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