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The Good News Bible (GNB) is also called the Good News Translation (GNT) in the USA, an English language translation of the Bible by the American Bible Society. It was first published as the New Testament under the name Good News for Modern Man in 1966. It was anglicised into British English by the British and Foreign Bible Society with the use of metric measurements for the Commonwealth market. It was formerly known as Today's English Version (TEV), but in 2001 was renamed the Good News Translation in the USA, because a paraphrase is not a genuine translation. Despite the official terminology, it is still often referred to as the Good News Bible in the USA.
 
The GNB is written in a simple and everyday language, with the intention that everyone can appreciate it, and so is often considered particularly suitable for children and for those learning English. Unlike most other translations, some editions of the GNB contain line drawings of biblical events with a snippet of text. The line drawings were done by Annie Vallotton. However, Vallotton is credited with doing the drawings only in certain editions of the GNB.
 
The GNB has been challenged as to the degree of accuracy one of the translators maintained to the Greek texts. Concern was raised in the USA after Robert Bratcher made public statements questioning the inerrancy and infallibility of scripture in March 1981, as well as deriding those who hold such views as dishonest or willfully ignorant. Some people think that Bratcher's viewpoints unduly influenced what was written into the GNB. His speech so outraged many churches that they withheld monetary donations to the American Bible Society, a move that nearly bankrupted the ABS.
 
Further statements from Bratcher and subsequent investigation of the GNB cause some to believe that it weakens or undermines other key doctrines. Others emphasize that Bratcher was only part of a committee of translators, and that this attack is simply an attempt to support the view held.
 
The GNB has also come under heavy criticism from the Ethiopian Orthodox Church for substituting the designation "Sudan" (originally referring to Western Africa) in place of the original word Kush in Hebrew, Aethiopia in the Septuagint. This is because in the Bible the term Ethiopia refers mainly to the Upper Nile regions south of Egypt, including what are now Ethiopia, Sudan, and South Sudan, whereas the name Sudan was never applied in Biblical times and only denotes a modern day political entity.
 
The beginnings of the Good News Bible can be traced to requests made by people in Africa and the Far East for a version of the Bible that was friendly to non-native English speakers. In 1961, a home mission's board also made a request for the same type of translation. Besides these requests, the GNB was born out of the translation theories of linguist Eugene Nida, the Executive Secretary of the American Bible Society's Translations Department.
 
The American Bible Society, impressed with Nida's theories, decided to use them. Due to these requests, Robert Bratcher (who was at that time a staffer at the American Bible Society) did a sample translation of the Gospel of Mark. This later led to a translation of the full New Testament.
 
The result, titled Good News for Modern Man: The New Testament in Today's English Version, was released in 1966 as a 599 page paperback with a publication date of January 1, 1966. It received a mass marketing effort with copies even being made available through grocery store chains.
 
 
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