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The Evangelical Heritage Version (EHV) proclaims the gospel of salvation through faith in Jesus Christ. Translated faithfully from the original Greek and Hebrew, the expressions, imagery, and style of the original texts are present, giving readers an enduring picture of God's awesome love.
This translation will feel both fresh and familiar to you. The readable style of the EHV will help you understand clearly what God is saying through his Word.
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With a text that remains reliable and trustworthy, while at the same time being readable and familiar, the Holy Bible: EHV honors the heritage of the church, continuing to hand down the pure Word of God to the next generation.
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Professor John F. Brug serves as the General Editor and Old Testament Editor of Project Wartburg. He taught Old Testament and Christian Doctrine at Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary for more than thirty years. He has a Ph. D in Semitic languages and archaeology from the Center for Ancient Studies of the University of Minnesota. His Old Testament writings include commentaries on the Hebrew text of Psalms and the Song of Solomon as well as a textbook on Old Testament textual criticism. He served as the editor of Wisconsin Lutheran Quarterly for more than twenty years. Before coming to Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary he served as a professor at Dr. Martin Luther College in New Ulm, Minnesota and as a home mission pastor in Pennsylvania where he started three new congregations. In addition to his teaching at WLS he has taught short-term at six other seminaries around the world.
Pastor Brian R. Keller serves as the New Testament Editor of the Wartburg Project. He serves as Administrative Pastor of St. Stephen Ev. Lutheran Church (WELS) in Adrian, Michigan. He is the chairman of the WELS Michigan District Board of Appeals. He also recently served as the Circuit Pastor of the River Raisin Circuit in the Michigan District of WELS, before stepping down to devote more time and attention to the Wartburg Project. He has served as pastor of two other congregations in the past: King of Kings Ev. Lutheran Church (WELS) in Little Rock, Arkansas, and Our Savior Ev. Lutheran Church (WELS) in Strongsville, Ohio. He is the author of the People’s Bible Teachings volume on the Bible and the volume on heaven and hell. He has written several articles on the New Testament for Wisconsin Lutheran Quarterly.