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Henry Neufeld

I’m Henry Neufeld, a writer, lecturer, Bible teacher and part-time information management technician. My passion is to get more people in the Christian community studying the Bible for themselves. In order to pursue my passion I started a Christian publishing business, Energion Publications. The slogan we use for that company–Educate – Energize – Empower is also the driving force behind my life and ministry. Though the publishing company is a for-profit enterprise, I think about it as a ministry. I would be delighted to communicate via e-mail (henry@energion.com), by phone (850-525-3916), or by mail (Energion Publications, P. O. Box 841, Gonzalez, FL 32560). I am available to teach or lead seminars for your church or other organization on a variety of topics. My favorites are:

You can find out more about me by checking out my books, or my many hundreds of blog entries online, especially on my Participatory Bible Study Blog. You can hear me speak on the Energion.com Podcast or on my YouTube channel. I would be happy to send you a sample of books that would be of interest if you are considering using them for a class. For links to all of my writing and activity, check out my Everything page.

You can also learn more through my YouTube channel or through the interviews I conduct on the Energion Publications YouTube channel. Some samples are shown here:

You can also find me on Facebook and Twitter.

Look at my Amazon Influencer page for idea lists and recommended books and occasionally technology items.


I help you find the right questions

Global Christian Perspectives

I’m planning to join Chris Eyre and Elgin Hushbeck on Global Christian Perspectives this afternoon at 4 pm central time. Join us and comment using the Q&A App. The topic that interests me most is talking about the differences between perceptions overseas and as seen here in America. https://www.facebook.com/Energion/posts/1275159415833282

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Dave Black on Paraphrasing in Translation

From Dave Black Online: 10:44 AM I really enjoyed reading Thomas Hudgin’s Thinking Past the Glosses. Good Bible translation is scarce, and good Bible translators are even scarcer. Our understanding of Scripture is often hampered by mis- or under-translation. Not a good thing. A good translator is a thinker, first and foremost. He or she…

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