Wednesday, September 9, 2015

How long does it take to translate a New Testament?

It can take as little as 3 years, or more than 20 years to translate the New Testament, depending on factors such as the closeness of the language to an existing translation, the ability of the local people to help in translation, whether a written alphabet and language already exist, and many more. Most Wycliffe translators commit to living within the communities where they are translating, often in remote parts of the world (such as Papua New Guinea, where our family is anxious to serve).

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