Thursday, December 29, 2011
No Copyright Version
Just found another attempt to produce a copyright free version of the Bible. This one is just the book of Galatians so far. It is found at Brian's Blog. He is working from the interlinear Greek New Testament. He is calling it the NCV (no copyright version). The abbreviation is unfortunate since there is already the New Century Version already abbreviated NCV. There is a copyright free revision of the American Standard Version online called the Digital American Standard Version. Brian's work is being done so that their church can print out sections of the Bible for careful Bible study.
Wednesday, December 28, 2011
Divine Name King James Bible
Bill Chamberlin sent me this link yesterday. It is the Divine Name King James Bible. The revisers used "Jehovah" in 6,972 places (or it is restored in 6,972 places). As the name suggests, this is a revision of the King James Bible.
Saturday, December 3, 2011
New Matthew Bible
R. M. Davis has finished the book of Matthew in the New Matthew Bible. You can download it here.
A new Bible has been announced here. And that is all I know so far! The website tells very little about the new Bible.
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