“There is no such thing as a perfect translation. Every translation is in some ways an experiment, and there are many parts of the new translation [of the Roman Missal] that are much better,” according to this professor of liturgy and music at the Catholic Theological Union in Chicago.
As the world celebrates the 400th anniversary of the King James Bible, is its voice receding in American culture?
It was the Bible of the speeches of Abraham Lincoln and Martin Luther King Jr., says author Jon Sweeney. “It’s the basis of cultural identity in the United States more than any other book.”
Watch more about the history surrounding the 1611 publication of the King James Version of the Bible.
Watch more of producer Susan Goldstein's interview with writer Pamela Greenberg, whose new translation of the Book of Psalms is being praised for its literary beauty.
We talk with Grammy Award-winning artist Bobby McFerrin about his new album “spirityouall,” which he says reflects his Christian faith.
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