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Clayton Porter Writes Scholarly Book on the Earliest Translations of the Gospels into English

The author, who is non-denominational Christian and electronics engineer, wants to give readers a less complex and more understandable version of the pre-King James New Testament translations by eliminating the wayward spelling but carefully retaining the original words to preserve the thoughts and messages.

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English translations of both the Old and New Testaments are very important up to this modern day

His book, “Earliest New Testament Translations Volume 1: The Gospels” is the original English translated versions of the New Testament sans the obstinate spellings. Clayton Porter wants to help readers easily and quickly understand the messages in the four Gospels by eliminating the spellings that could catch the readers’ attention instead of the main messages it conveys. He also explains to his readers why modern translations are important.

“Earliest New Testament Translations Volume 1: The Gospels” is highly recommended for readers who are not accustomed to the original New Testament translations and the old terms. This is a good read for people who take religious study seriously. 

“Earliest New Testament Translations Volume 1: The Gospels” by Clayton Porter will be on display in the upcoming 2018 New York Rights Fair which will be happening on May 30-June 1, 2018.

Earliest New Testament Translations Volume 1: The Gospels
Written by: Clayton Porter
Published by: CreateSpace
Date published: January 14, 2009
Paperback price: $ 30.00
About the Author
A non-denominational Christian, Mr. Porter believes in the true spirit of the Reformation, that everything you need to know about God is found in the bible. He therefore believes it is imperative for everyone who studies scripture seriously to use every possible resource to ensure that they correctly understand the original meaning. It is in this spirit that he proudly offers this additional biblical study tool to those already available. Mr. Porter received both his bachelor of science and master of science degrees in electronics engineering from the University of Missouri. He has worked for over 35 years conducting engineering analyses, researching and preparing technical reports.

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