Version Comparisons

We are not deeply impacted by the meaning of the Bible because of complex sentence structure and unfamiliar vocabulary.

But The Best News Ever is “punching holes in the darkness” of biblical illiteracy. It is helping to shed light and facilitate understanding because it is written in language and style that make God’s Word accessible to all. Its average of 9.85 words per sentence is evidence of its simple sentence structure. That statistic stands in contrast to the New Testament in other Bible versions. The King James Version (KJV) has an average of 29.56 words per sentence. The New International Version (NIV) has an average of 20 words per sentence. And New Living Translation (NLT) has an average of 15.78 words per sentence.