WRIGHT WAY: A screenplay Bible translation? - The Associated Press reported on a new Bible translation that turns the ancient Hebrew and Greek texts into an American English screenplay. No joke. Th... | Metaglossia: The Translation World | Scoop.it
WRIGHT WAY: A screenplay Bible translation? - The Associated Press reported on a new Bible translation that turns the ancient Hebrew and Greek texts into an American English screenplay. No joke. There is now a version of the Bible in screenplay fo...

The Associated Press reported on a new Bible translation that turns the ancient Hebrew and Greek texts into an American English screenplay. No joke. There is now a version of the Bible in screenplay format.

The AP provided a quote from this latest Bible in which God confronts Adam and Eve after eating the forbidden fruit:

“Adam (pointing at the woman): It was she! The woman You gave me as a companion put the fruit in my hands, and I ate it.

“God (to the woman): What have you done?

“Eve: It was the serpent! He tricked me, and I ate.”

Later, Eve bears her first son, Cain.

“Eve (excited): Look, I have created a new human, a male child, with the help of the Eternal.”

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