A brief critique of the CEB that I don't recall having read before. I find the headline a little misleading: most people I've talked to who have read the CEB don't have any major problems with the version. Still, it's always enlightening to read opposing viewpoints.
This is one of the video ads for the CEB that went out before it was released in 2011. Not badly done, but I do have one little gripe. I hate the part where the young guy says that the Bible sounds like Shakespeare to him. Modern language Bibles have been widely available for decades now. It's not like the CEB is breaking any new ground in that respect...
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