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J.B. Phillips began translating the New Testament Epistles to encourage his bomb-threatened London congregation. From this humble beginning, and with C.S. Lewis's enthusiastic support, a dynamic and prodigious writing career was launched. Radio broadcasting established his reputation as a natural communicator and requests for him to lecture snowballed. Success was heady, but the price was almost too much to pay. Read his moving story.
J. B. Phillips was a canon of the Anglican church and the author of The Newborn Christian, The New Testament in Modern English, Ring of Truth: A Translators Testimony, and an autobiography, The Price of Success. He died in 1983.