There's yet another version of the Bible out, this one called "The Voice" by Thomas Nelson Publishers. Here's the promo video:
But this is definitely not just another version of Scripture. From USA Today:
The name Jesus Christ doesn't appear in The Voice, a new translation of the Bible.Nor do words such as angel or apostle. Instead, angel is rendered as messenger and apostle as emissary. Jesus Christ is Jesus the Anointed One or the liberating king.
That's a more accurate translation for modern American readers, says David Capes, lead scholar for The Voice, a complete edition released this month by publishing company Thomas Nelson. Capes says that many people, even those who've gone to church for years, don't realize that the word "Christ" is a title....
The title for The Voice came from the New Testament book of John and from the Greek word logos. It's usually translated as "word" in verses such as John 1:1, which reads: "In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God," in the New International Version, one of the most popular English translations.
A Bible without "Jesus Christ"? I'll pass. H/T: The Old Black ChurchIn The Voice, that passage reads: "Before time itself was measured, the Voice was speaking. The Voice was and is God." Frank Couch, the executive editor and publisher of The Voice, says that translation better captures what logos means.