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Hermeneutical Issues (Part 2)

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Lesson

A few of the challenges that translators face are for the translation to be accurate but understandable, contemporary but universal, and to avoid a theological bias. Contemporary languages are always changing, and each translator holds theological beliefs based on years of training and experience. 

Outline

I. A Good Translation Should:

1. be based on the latest knowledge of language and culture.

2. be accurate.

3. be understandable.

4. be contemporary.

5. be universal.

6. be dignified.

7. avoid a theological bias.