About Inge Anderson

Inge Anderson is the publisher of Sabbath School Net. A retired teacher, she writes from British Columbia, Canada.

Why Did Jesus Create Wine?
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Image © Darrel Tank from GoodSalt.com

Or did He create wine – that is what we understand by wine? Some ask, “Why do Seventh-day Adventists teach total abstinence from alcohol when Jesus Himself made wine in His first miracle?” (John 2:1-12) It helps to know that “wine” in the Bible doesn’t mean quite the same thing as it means now. The … [Click to read more …]

SSNET Staff
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Click on titles to see full posts. (Note that most of the posts are private, and you have to be logged in to see them.) Guide Lines for Moderating SSNET list (You have to be logged in to access the private moderating pages.) Guide Lines for Moderating SSNET blog Like(0) … [Click to read more …]

Used & Rare Books
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Do you enjoy the adventure of finding a rare or out-of-print book in one of the back stacks of a used-book store? Or do you like the idea of paying a fraction of the price for a gently used book as you would have to pay for a new one? (By the way, if you don’t … [Click to read more …]

Good News Translation (GNT)
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Good News Bible (GNB) in Britain by Inge Anderson The Good News Bible is possibly the world’s first truly easy-to-read English Bible translation. In its first edition published under the title Good News for Modern Man (and Today’s English Version) it was a bestseller. Since it features only the more commonly used English vocabulary, it is ideal for … [Click to read more …]

Bibles
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This page is under construction. When done, it will serve as an index to Bible reviews and recommendations on Sabbath School Net. Bible Store on Amazon.com Bibles at ChristianBooks.com Bible Store on Amazon.ca Bible Store on Amazon.co.uk Formal Translations New American Standard Bible (NASB) (Amazon.com, ChristianBooks.com, Amazon.ca, Amazon.co.uk) New King James Version (NKJV) (Amazon.com, ChristianBooks.com, Amazon.ca, … [Click to read more …]

New Living Translation of the Bible
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by Inge Anderson 1966: The first edition of the complete NLT Bible was a revision of Kenneth Taylor’s Living Bible paraphrase by a team of scholars who compared it to the original languages. But it remained a fairly loose translation, and that’s why we recommend only the second edition and onward. 2004: The second edition, sometimes … [Click to read more …]