Bible translation organizations in the United States receive more than $500-million in donations per year. So how many Bibles actually get translated? And how much does a Bible translation cost?
EDITOR’S NOTEBOOK: Matt Chandler, World Vision, and Wycliffe Bible Translators
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Using Translation Service Providers To Speed The Bible Translation Process
SRG has embarked on an experiment to see if a secular company – a Translation Service Providers, or TSPs – can translate the Bible.
An Interview with Nathan Jones
Warren Cole Smith interviews Nathan Jones on support-raising and a new way forward for fundraising.
Big numbers, simple math, unavoidable conclusions
“It depends” has become part of the culture of the Bible translation industry. It has helped produce a lack of transparency and accountability that should be a giant red flag to the tens of thousands ...
Why are translations so expensive? Why do they take so long? Why is it so difficult to get progress reports on specific projects?
But details of new initiative are few
Wycliffe Associates, an Orlando-based Bible translation organization that MinistryWatch has been investigating because of concerns about transparency and accountability, continues to make claims about its Bible translation activities.
Founded in 2004, ministry uses open sourced, cutting edge technologies in Bible translation process
Unfolding Word began in 2004 focused on Bible translation; however it has adapted a different approach than traditional translation models, by using open sourced, cutting-edge technology resources so that people around the world can quickly ...