Shining the Light

Shining the Light

A recent LBT blog suggested that the spirit of the Reformation remains strong as people continue to come to an understanding of God for the first time through translated Scripture. As a Bible translation organization, we can provide numerous examples to illustrate our...
Embracing Scripture

Embracing Scripture

You may not think of the Reformation as a grassroots movement, but you could say that’s how it started out. One man listed the issues he had with the church, others copied and distributed the list, the copies spread from region to region, and soon people all over...
Does the Reformation Continue?

Does the Reformation Continue?

In a previous post I mentioned Ulfilas, who translated Scripture into Gothic in the 4th century. Only portions of Ulfilas’ translation still exist but an abundance of materials written by and about the early church reformers—Wycliffe, Hus, Calvin and Luther—are...
Experiences of a Lifetime

Experiences of a Lifetime

Is it really worth the time and effort to translate the Bible? If you ask Jim Laesch, the answer is an emphatic YES! “I’m sure glad that someone else took the time and effort and devoted their life to translate the Bible from Greek and Hebrew to Latin and German and...