Category: Écritures, Partenariat
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After an introduction to the session by the moderator, Fergus MacDonald of the United Kingdom explores why the Scriptures are not transforming lives in regions where they are abundantly available. He looks briefly at our approach to Bible reading.
Dr Michel Kenmogne from Cameroon asks why more than one billion people do not have adequate access to the Scriptures in their local language. He discusses the importance of translation of the Bible into local languages, not only the majority languages of a region.
Harriet Hill from Forum of Bible Agencies International introduces a comedic drama illustrating the different media through which the Bible is communicated.