Saturday, November 21, 2009

Wycliffe-KJV New Testament (Modern Spelling Edition)

After considerable delay, I have gotten the Wycliffe-KJV Parallel New Testament (Modern Spelling Edition) by Terence Noble ready for the Museum Store. You'll find it under TEXT BIBLES. It is a a two volume edition in paperback or hardback. Many thanks to Mr. Noble for all his hard work and dedication to the Lord!

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

English Bible History and Versions

I've added a new set of links to my website under BIBLIOGRAPHY, WEB BOOKS. This is a listing of downloadable books about English Bible History and Bible Versions.

Saturday, November 14, 2009

Genderless God Bible

The title of this revision of the KJV indicates exactly what it is. This revision is not a gender neutral Bible, but is edited to depict God as being genderless. There is a small sample available at the website.

Friday, November 13, 2009

Complutensian Polyglot

The Complutensian Polyglot Bible (New Testament) was scanned by some time ago. It has recently been posted here as a free PDF download on the Internet Archive.

Monday, November 9, 2009


This translation is one that may never have gotten started. NEATSB stands for New English Annotated Translation of the Syriac Bible. It is mentioned in a few articles such as this one. It is also discussed in an article or monograph titled The New English Annotated Translation of the Syriac Bible (NEATSB): Retrospect and Prospect (2004). I haven't been able to get a copy of that article. It is mentioned in a message on Yahoo here. It appears that this project was discussed or started as early as 1999. This is a project of the Peshitta Institute in Leiden at the University of Leiden, Netherlands. I've tried e-mailing some of the names mentioned in the articles with no results. As usual, if anyone knows anything about this version please e-mail me or leave a comment here.

Friday, November 6, 2009

Common English Bible

I found out today the best link for the Common English Bible. I don't know why it isn't simply posted on

Thursday, November 5, 2009

Common English Bible

There isn't any mention of it on the main page for the Common English Bible but there is a sampler of Matthew available for download. I first heard about it on the Better Bibles Blog. Download the PDF of Matthew here. Apparently the link shows up in some sort of pop-up on the site. Those of us with pop-up blockers don't see it while others probably will.