Archive for the ‘Farsi’ Category

Let the Nations be Glad, by John Piper, in Farsi

May 24, 2008

Terry Maveus, at Desiring God, reports the release of Let the Nations be Glad, by John Piper, in Farsi. John Piper has a lot of good things to say: he’s a great preacher, if not always a careful or systematic theologian. (link to Terry’s article, as well as to information on how to get the book)

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Reformed Blog in Farsi

May 21, 2008

To some extent, I have to trust my Farsi-reading viewers to confirm that the blog I’m linking to below is in fact Farsi and is in fact Reformed. Nevertheless, based on the information I have, if you are interested in the Bible and more familiar with Farsi or a related language, this blog may be for you (link). Evidentally the raison d’etre of the blog is to provide an improved translation of the Bible into Farsi.

-TurretinFan

Dr. White – Now in Farsi

December 5, 2007

If you are from Persia, where Farsi is spoken, or you just generally know Farsi, you may enjoy this brief discussion by Dr. White (link). I assume there is much more to come, but this is a taste.
The basic gist is a discussion about Scripture, their inspiration, and how they should be understood. Obviously the video is for the benefit of Christians, particularly those who hold to the document that Dr. White is discussing, [UPDATE: which is the 1978 Chicago Statement on Innerancy (link)].

-Turretinfan

UPDATE: Here is James White’s own summary of the video, with a hotlink to it (link).

– Thanks to Dr. White for correcting me as to the document being discussed.


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