is difficult to pin down. It is generally known to the average Russian reader only in the first meaning. Adequate translation has over 10 meanings with which the term is used in different contexts: (a) a TT which fully and without distortions renders a SLT; (b) which takes into account a broad context and retains stylistic peculiarities of a SLT; (c) which evokes. The Book of Hebrews The writer of Hebrews makes this plain (Heb 1:3). The final proof that God can speak in language is that he has actually done. Seeing the issue that way we might resolve that, on this point at least, we should ditch the moderns. The question that Packer seeks to address is whether human language can convey real and true information about God. The psychological experience of inspiration in the production of poetry or lyric is different as well, but again the theology of inspiration is the same. This, of course, has occurred (and continues to) in a number of ways. In terms of the content adequacy of translation is based on the actual practice of translation and approves of translation solutions of a compromise nature on condition that they better correlate with the communicative situation; equivalent translation presupposes maximum possible transference of the communicative functional. There is no one-to-one dependence between the two, as the equivalence of texts does not imply equivalence of textual elements, and vice versa, the equivalence of textual elements does not ensure the equivalence of texts.
Adequacy of translation is understood in two senses: (1) it is the reproduction of the unity of content and form of a SLT by means of another language; (2) it is identical information conveyed by similar or identical means of a different language. Allegorizing and everything like it, is illegitimate. But this project has ended up suggesting that God is, indeed, not identifiable. Within every culture in every age it is possible, through overhearing Gods words of instruction to men of long ago, to hear God speaking to ourselves, as the Holy Spirit causes these words of long ago to be reapplied in our own minds and consciences. Equivalent translation is aimed at a desirable result and establishes to what extent the TLT corresponds to the SLT as both perform similar communicative functions in various cultures. Packer captures the prevailing mood: Moods do not always express either great insight or strong logic, but they are potent things while they last, and undoubtedly the modern mood is one of deep skepticism as to whether words can ever articulate the realities of personal. 1, twelve papers were presented and discussed. Vermeer Reiss, Vermeer 1984. One of the reasons I am summarizing this article, and presenting it on the Biblical Studies Foundation website, is that in twenty years since its publication, the situation seems to have gotten worse. These points of difference between adequate and equivalent translation bring us to an important conclusion that a translation text that is fully equivalent to the original does not always meet the demands of an adequate translation. Org All Rights Reserved.
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