LFTF: Episode 33

Published 22nd May 2019 - Lisa Kappeler | Series: Lessons From the Field

Some languages don’t have words for Biblical concepts, like thankfulness, love or redemption.

In Episode 33 of Lessons from the Field, we ask Bible translator Lisa Kappeler the question:

If the language group I’m working with doesn’t have any similar words to the Bible, can I just create a word?

Lisa is currently involved in tribal evangelism in Papua New Guinea.

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