1. "From parchment and papyrus . . ." Introduction to the story from ancient manuscripts to modern translations.
2. "The Vulgate . . . of the Common People." The Latin Bible is created to bring the Scriptures to a contemporary people.
3. "With patience and imagination . . . " Wycliffe introduces what could truly be called the first English language scriptures, but it would still require some patience and imagination on the part of the reader to understand the words.
4. "Lord, Open the King of England's eyes . . . " William Tyndale's famous last words set the action for the explosion of biblical translation in the English language.
5. "The greatest book ever published in the English language . . . " The development of the King James Version remains one of the greatest literary and sacred works of translation and publishing even today.
6. "English is a dynamic fluid language . . . " There are good reasons for continuing the work of translation.
7. "Scores of new discoveries . . . " Archeological discoveries spur on a new century of translation.
8. "Many find these helpful in devotions . . . " Paraphrases are created to make reading the Bible easier for many.
"God continues to speak to us from the Scriptures . . . " How to choose a good study Bible Written by James A. Walther, Sr.
DVD - runtime 34 minutes