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David Brunn is director of education for New Tribes Mission Missionary Training Center and was phonetics instructor at the NTM Language and Linguistics Institute (1978-1980).

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"An illuminating book!"--Eric Leese, The Reader, Summer 2014
"For those who are interested in the principles and practice of Bible translation, this is a most fascinating and thorough treatment of the topic."--John Baigent, Partnership Perspectives, No. 51, Autumn 2013
"Brunn's many examples, years of translation experience, and pastoral tone work together to create a persuasive argument for the validity and importance of meaning-based translation work."--Matthew I. Estel, Calvin Theological Journal, Vol. 48, No. 2, November 2013
"Much discussion of preferences in biblical translations is woefully uninformed about basic linguistics, and Brunn has the enviable ability to explain the necessary concepts clearly and simply, as well as having practical experience that cannot but command respect."--John Barton, Church Times, 6 September 2013
"Brunn's book . . . should be carefully studied by anyone about to judge a translation of the Bible."--Rev. Dr. Paul Ellingworth, Methodist Recorder, July 5, 2013
"Pastors, missionaries and especially Bible translators will find this book particularly helpful."--Abram Kielsmeier-Jones, Bible Study Magazine, September/October 2013
"Meticulously researched, this clear, readable and informative work is poised to transform the conversation about Bible translation. In our opinion this is the most complete and up-to-date book of its kind currently available. We highly recommend it!"--Bible Review Journal, Fall 2014
"I recommend this book to anyone involved in Bible translation, Bible interpretation, and Bible teaching. Hopefully this book can also help to cool down the rhetoric about which Bible translation is the best."--Scott Hedley, Mission Studies 30 (2013)
"This is an accessible book, cutting through much of the translation-theory jargon and presenting a needed addition to the translation literature."--Patrick Schreiner, The Review of Biblical Literature, July 2014

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