What people are saying about the One New Man Bible
“[Bill Morford] has uncovered things that will literally make your understanding of the scriptures go to a whole new level. He has recaptured the Jewish roots.
The question I get asked most often is, “what is the best translation.” Well if you’re looking for a Bible with a Jewish perspective, then this is the one!
One New Man Bible
The One New Man Bible brings a greater understanding of and appreciation for the power given to believers for their daily walk. This translation brings out the expression of the Hebrew language, brings out much of the power that has commonly been omitted from traditional English translations.
One New Man Bible Companion Library
The One New Man Bible Companion, Volumes I, II, III, and IV are the perfect study companions for the One New Man Bible.
1,200 pages and more than 900 indexed subjects between these three volumes!
Myths of the Bible
Myths of the Bible explores 189 myths; beliefs, assumptions, and mistranslations in most modern English language Bibles.
The Power New Testament
The Power New Testament is a fresh translation of the Fourth Edition United Bible Society Greek Text, bringing out the power in the Greek language that is frequently overlooked in other English translations. The Power New Testament also translates commonly missed Hebrew idioms and explains Jewish customs, bringing a greater understanding of and appreciation for the Jewish roots of Christianity.
God's Rhythm of Life/This God We Serve
God’s Rhythm of Life explains the Seasons of the Lord (the Biblical Feasts) as given in Leviticus 23.
This God We Serve is an inspiring compilation of names and characteristics of God.
To do a very inadequate summary, this is the Bible/Torah with the blood and lies of English kings removed and the ancient Hebrew roots restored (and explained)with help from Rabbis. It really does open your eyes when it explains Hebrew customs and culture in the index. Not only that, it reads very easily and flows nicely. Whether you’re a Christian returning to the roots of the word or a Jew regularly reading the Torah, you will be blessed by this translation.