Susan Olasky

Susan is a book reviewer, story coach, feature writer and editor for WORLD. She has authored eight historical novels for children and teaches twice a year at World Journalism Institute. Susan resides with her husband, Marvin, in Austin, Texas. Follow her on Twitter @susanolasky.

The battle for the Bible

National | Zondervan, IBS claim concern over the "gender-accurate" Bible is merely a false alarm, but critics will not back down
by Susan Olasky
Posted 4/19/97, 12:00 am

Zondervan Publishing House has come a long way from its founding in 1931, when two brothers, Bernie and Pat Zondervan, decided to sell books from their mother's farmhouse in western Michigan. Now Zondervan is the largest publisher of Christian media products in the world.

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Femme fatale

| The feminist seduction of the evangelical church: The New International Version of the Bible--the best-selling English version in the world--is quietly going "gender-neutral"
by Susan Olasky
Posted 3/29/97, 12:00 am

Say goodbye to the generic he, man, brothers, or mankind. Make way for people, person, brother and sister, and humankind. By the year 2000 or 2001, if the 15-member Committee on Bible Translation (CBT)--the NIV's controlling body--has its way, the 35 percent of American Bible buyers who prefer the NIV will not be able to buy a new copy of the version they trust.

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One week in the life of the pro-life movement

National | Inside and outside the Beltway, life issues take center stage
by Susan Olasky
Posted 2/01/97, 12:00 am

**red_square** Thursday, Jan. 16

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