Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Bay Psalm book sold at auction!

One of 11 known copies of the 1640 Bay Psalm book sold at auction on Tuesday in New York City. The auction was conducted by Sotheby's on behalf of Boston's Old South Church. It was purchased by David Rubenstein for 14.2 million dollars. He plans to loan it to libraries around the country. You can pick up a facsimile by Applewood books for slightly less - just over 11 dollars.

Monday, November 25, 2013

Gideons Revised Berkeley Version in Modern English

One more post about the Bibles distributed by the Gideons: This time it is the oldest of the modern English versions they have distributed. It is The Revised Berkeley Version in Modern English. I believe that the Gideons started using this version in 1974. However, I have had difficulty verifying that date. It was discontinued in 1983 in favor of the the New International Version. I have found three different types of changes:

  1. Footnotes were removed throughout the text.
  2. Brackets around text were removed.
  3. Verses, at least in the New Testament, were changed to conform to the Textus Receptus.

An example of the changed verses can be found in John 3:16. In the original Berekeley version of 1969 it had "His only Son." In the Gideons edition it reads "His only-begotten Son."

While these differences are interesting for those of us that study Bible versions, they should not draw attention away from what God is doing through Gideons International. The organization is drawing closer to two billion Bibles and testaments distributed! These are not just in English. There are Gideons in 190 countries across the globe. More than two Bibles or testaments are being distributed every second. Every time I hear a Gideon speak, I hear a new testimony of someone whose life was forever changed because they had a Bible to read. Please support the Gideons in prayer and donations!

Sunday, November 17, 2013

Gideons edition of the English Standard Version

The Gideons International recently began distributing the English Standard Version (ESV) of the Bible. They distribute a modern English translation in addition to the King James Version (KJV). Previously, they used the New King James Version (NKJV). I believe that when HarperCollins bought Thomas Nelson the contract with Gideons for the NKJV was not renewed. This left them looking for a new modern English version.

The Gideons' agreement with Crossway allowed them to make changes to the ESV. Verses that were only in footnotes in the original ESV are restored. Other changes were made that often bring the ESV into agreement with the Textus Receptus. A full list of the changes in the New Testament was developed by Joshua Holman. You can read his list here. I have not found any changes to the Old Testament yet. You can read about the switch in the June issue of The Gideon.

You can read the Gideons' edition of the ESV online at their website. The link is for their reading schedule. Be sure to click on ESV under "select version."

Each camp will decide which issue to distribute. The existence of a modern English version does not mean they quit distributing the KJV.

I continue to be excited about the mission of the The Gideons International. According to their website history:

It's been just over 100 years since The Gideons International placed the first Bible in a hotel room in Montana. Today, Gideons are organized in more than 190 countries around the globe. Bibles and New Testaments are printed for distribution by The Gideons International in more than 90 languages. Through God's grace and to His Glory, more than 1.8 billion Bibles and New Testaments have been placed through our association, and the work continues. . .

“The sower soweth the word.”—Mark 4:14

Thank you, Joshua Holman, for links, your excellent chart and all your help!

Sunday, November 10, 2013

unauthorized immersionist Americanized English Revised Version

That mouthful of a title means this: In 1881 Samuel Wells Williams published a New Testament that contained the English Revised version with the changes preferred by the American committee incorporated into the text (thus Americanized). Since the agreement was that the American Committee would not publish their work for 14 years, it was unauthorized. He also translated the Greek baptizo as "immerse" (thus immersionist). I recently, thanks to the Newberry (a library in Chicago), finally verified the existence of this text. The full bibliographic entry is:
The New Testament of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, Translated out of the Greek: Being the Version Set Forth A.D. 1611, Compared with the Most Ancient Authorities, and Revised A.D. 1881, by English and American Scholars; Embodying in the Text the Readings and Renderings Preferred by the American Members of the International Committee of Revision ; Together with Important Emendations, Having Regard to Philology, Usage, Context, and Doctrinal Import. New York: Published for Samuel Williams, Formerly Pastor First Baptist Church, Pittsburgh, Pa., by Fords, Howard, & Hulbert, 1881.
I do not know if Williams made any other changes to the text. But I deeply appreciate the help of the research librarians at the Newberry in verifying this interesting little New Testament.

Monday, November 4, 2013

Bible Translation Sites with recent updates

There are some Bible versions that are still being updated. A few that I have noticed recently:

I'm sure there are others but those three are ones I check frequently for translation updates. Please add others in comments if you know of ones that are updated often.

Sunday, October 27, 2013

Verses excluded from modern translations

While doing some research recently, I discovered a helpful article: List of Bible verses not included in modern translations. At the bottom of the page is a chart showing verses excluded, bracketed or moved to footnotes for twenty-seven different versions. It took a lot of work to make that chart! I found it helpful in the work I'm doing right now. Decided to pass this along in case you can use it too.

Saturday, October 26, 2013

Gideons Edition of the New International Version

First, I want to thank Joshua Holman for alerting me to this edition. He has also done quite a bit of research on this and other Bibles. Thank you Joshua!

What Joshua discovered is that The Gideons International distributed slightly modified editions of the New International Version. This is exciting to Bible Collectors and those who study different versions. The rest of you may yawn appropriately.

I don't know all the details of this edition yet. I believe in the U.S. The Gideons International distributed the New International Version of the Bible from 1983 to 1986. I have New Testaments from 1984 and 1985. I do not know if they distributed the full Bible in NIV as well.

The editions distributed by The Gideons had the following changes:

  1. Footnotes were removed.
  2. Some alternate readings in the footnotes were incorporated into the text (John 1:14, 18, 3:16, 18; Acts 13:33; Hebrews 1:5, 5:5; 1 John 4:9).
  3. Verses which were found only in the footnotes in the original NIV were incorporated into the Gideons text (Matthew 17:21, 18:11, 23:14; Mark 7:16, 9:44, 9:46, 11:26, 15:28; Luke 17:36, 23:17; John 5:4; Acts 8:37, 15:34, 28:29; Romans 16:24).

I am still trying to find out:

  • What years did The Gideons in the U.S. distribute the NIV?
  • What years did The Gideons in the U.K. distribute the NIV?
  • Were there any other changes besides the ones mentioned above?
  • Are the U.S. and the U.K. editions the same aside from anglicized spelling?

(The Gideons also distributed The New Berkeley Version in the 80s and are now distributing a slightly revised English Standard Version. More about this in a future post. I also wish to thank The Gideons International for their incredible ministry around the world!)

Saturday, October 19, 2013

John Bowes Bible

I just received my copy of Bible Editions and Versions, the journal of the International Society of Bible Collectors. This time in "Quickreads" a Bible by John Bowes is mentioned. I never got to read it before, though I mentioned it my book. Today I discovered a copy for free reading or download on Google Books! If you are interested, go get your copy of The New Testament Translated from the Purest Greek by Jown Bowes today!

Monday, October 7, 2013

Sunday, October 6, 2013

New World Translation - 2013 Update

I just received notice (thanks, JJ) that the Jehovah's Witnesses have announced an update to the New World Translation. It has been updated to 21st century English. I don't have any more information yet. If you know of print editions or an online edition, please let me know.

Sunday, September 22, 2013

The New Old American Standard Version

I'm sure most of you know about the New American Standard Bible (Update) that was released in 1995. But there is a new edition of the 1977 New American Standard Version now (thanks to JH for the link and information). It is the "The Holy Bible NASB 1977 Modernized." Currently, The Lockman Foundation has only released it for the Kindle. According to the website:
ninety-nine archaic English words such as, "Thy", "Thee", "doth", "morrow", and similar have been modernized to improve readability. No other changes have been made to this 1977 text of the NASB.
The Kindle version includes a list of all the words that have been changed. I will try to keep watch and post notice if paper versions are published.

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Francis Fry Book Collection

A friend of mine is working on completing his Francis Fry book collection. Fry wrote several works on different editions of the Bible. Once my friend's collection is complete, it will be posted on his website: Bible of the Past. If you have scans of the following books by Francis Fry, please contact me:
A Catalogue of Books in the Library belonging to the Monthly Meeting in Bristol, 3rd edit. - 1860
The Standard Edition of the English New Testament of the Genevan Version - 1864

Thank you!

Saturday, August 24, 2013

Monday, August 19, 2013

Invitiation to Reading in English New Testament (IRENT)

Oun J. Kwon continues working on the Invitation to Reading in English New Testament (IRENT). This link will lead you to where he posts PDFs of his work for download.

Fresh Agreement translation is now finished!

Joshua Bariova has finished The Fresh Agreement, a translation of the New Testament into modern, American English. It is being published on This completes 20 years of translation work on his part.

The Gift New Testament is finished

Paula Fether has finished translation work on the Gift New Testament. The website has an interlinear with clickable words (for definitions) as well as downloads of The Gift in Mobi, Epub and PDF.

Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Tuesday, August 13, 2013

"Golden Rule Bible"

A new Bible is being developed that takes a very different approach to Paul's writings. In the NT they put forth the idea that Paul wrote Romans 1 with the purpose of denouncing the Leviticus 20:13 words against homosexuality. The book of Romans is currently available for download with other books to be announced. Read it for yourself at the Golden Rule Bible website.

Tuesday, August 6, 2013

Translations Completed...

Several translations that were listed as "Unfinished Bible Versions" in the Encyclopedia of English Language Bible Versions are now finished. I intend to blog about each of them. Right now, I am in a new job with overtime hours. That hasn't left me time to get the blogging done. To the translators and the readers of this blog: Sorry for the delay. But they will get posted soon!

Sunday, August 4, 2013

Concordant Version

The Concordant Version now has a download (PDF) of the Old Testament. The New Testament can be read online.

Sunday, July 28, 2013

Modern English Version

The credit for finding this version goes to William Paul. He wrote in his column, Bible Info-Lines, in the journal "Bible Editions and Versions" about the Modern English Version. The translators describe it as the most modern version of the King James. There is an article about it on Charisma House. The translation, to be published by Charisma House, will be ready next year.

If you would like to get the "Bible Editions and Versions" journal you can get it easily with your membership in the International Society of Bible Collectors. Our organization has members all over the world. If you would like information about joining, please e-mail me (link on the left).

Free Bible Version

The Free Bible Version by Jonathan Gallagher was listed in The Encyclopedia of English Language Bible Versions as an unfinished Bible version (#UBV-0026). It is now finished and available for download.

New Bible Versions for e-Sword

Recently, I was searching through Bible looking for new Bible modules for the Bible software e-Sword. Below are the three that I found which are not listed in the The Encyclopedia of English Language Bible Versions:
  1. Restored Holy Bible a revision of Webster's 1833 Bible
  2. The Welcome Bible
  3. Niobi Huey Watson aka Patchworkid's Personal Study Bible
You will also find many other different Bible versions available (all for free). Many of those were converted for e-Sword by Bradley S. Cobb.

Monday, July 22, 2013

New World Translation of the Holy Scriptures

I just discovered the official website of the Jehovah's Witnesses has a download of the New World Translation of the Holy Scriptures. It is available in either PDF or ePub format. You can also listen to the Bible in MP3 or AAC format.

Museum Store Sale Code

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Saturday, July 6, 2013

The Adaptive Bible

Just when you thought it was safe to start listing all the Bible versions .... it just got harder. While reading the blog Biblical Studies and Technological Tools I found a link to - The Adaptive Bible. The site "explores an automatically derived translation of the Bible." Selecting a chapter leads you to a display of verses with several choices for some of the words. Click on the your choice and that particular list collapses to that one word.

Now, for those of us counting versions, here's how it works: John 1:1 has 1x4x1x3x1 = 12 variations. John 1:2 has 24 variations as does John 1:3. So just for John 1:1-3 you have 6,912 variations. We'll probably get into scientific notation before we are out of the first chapter of John! Visit The Adaptive Bible and try it for yourself!

EELBV Updates

Those of you using the Encyclopedia of English Language Bible Versions may be interested in updates and corrections to my work. At the Encyclopedia's website you can find new versions, changes and corrections. I have already found 15 New Testaments, 3 Old Testaments and 19 Full Bibles since the book was published! On the site you will also find a sub-set of my Bible Reader's Museum links page in the form of a list with catalog numbers from the EELBV.

Friday, July 5, 2013

YaHuWaH TORAH by Daniel Merrick

Here is another sacred name Bible by Daniel Merrick: YaHuWaH TORAH (YaHuWaH Bible) (Volume 1). I don't know if there is any relation between this and his earlier Bibles.

Sacred Names New Covenant Bible

I've just run across another sacred name Bible. This one is by David L. Purkey. It is called the Sacred Names New Covenant Bible (first edition). There is already a second edition available as well. This version uses YESHUA for "Jesus" and Hebrew words for "God."

Thursday, July 4, 2013

The Holy Bible of Love

I discovered this one first on The Internet Archive. It is a revision of the King James New Testament. Each occurrence of the word "love" is replaced by a transliteration of the original Greek word. Thus Matthew 5:43 is rendered "Ye have heard that it hath been said, Thou shalt agapao thy neighbour, and hate thine enemy." Matthew 6:5 reads "And when thou prayest, thou shalt not be as the hypocrites are: for they phileo to pray standing in the synagogues and in the corners of the streets, that they may be seen of men. Verily I say unto you, They have their reward." The main site for this version is The Holy Bible of Love.

The Kingstone Bible

Kingstone Comics is developing a 2,000 page, 12 volume graphic novel (comic book) telling the stories of the Bible. It is to be called The Kingstone Bible. The first four volumes are to be published this year. The remaining volumes will be ready in 2014. I first heard about this from an article on the Christian Post. Kingstone also produces Bible Comics. I am not sure what the relationship is between them. Amazon has the Kindle version ready and the paperback is available from some sellers.

Friday, June 28, 2013

The Message - Catholic Edition

There is a post over at Catholic Bibles about an upcoming Catholic Edition of Eugene's Peterson's paraphrase of the Bible called "The Message." There is an interview with the President of Acta Publications, the publisher. You can pre-order the Bible at

Wednesday, June 26, 2013

TTT Translation

Just a quick notice before I head to work this morning. I just heard about a translation called the TTT Translation. No idea what "TTT" stands for just yet. It is available for free online and in a low cost paperback from

Sunday, June 23, 2013

Holy Sun Bible

There isn't any description I can find for this Bible. It is called the Holy Sun Bible. It appears to be the King James Version with God's name replaced with "Sun." It is available as a PDF on Scribd.
In the beginning Sun created the heaven and the earth.

Logos King James Version

The Logos King James Version is by Peter Tan. So far, only the book of Genesis is online. The copyright is 2007 for that PDF. According to his website:
This version of the Holy Bible is translated from the Hebrew Old Testament and the Greek New Testament (Textus Receptus) with retention of the flavour of the English version of the 1611 King James Bible as its English base. It is a labor of ten years of comparative Bible study, prayer and word by word translation. There will be a release of this Bible book by book.

Friday, June 14, 2013

Second Person Plural Version Explosion!

If you are very literal about what makes a new Bible version, then get ready for a whole pile of new ones!
Many of you are aware that the second person plural in English looks the same as the second person singular. That is, "you" can mean one person or many people. One web director (at Dallas Theological Seminary) has created a web application that helps show the proper distinction between the singular and plural. You get to choose how that distinction is written. Do you prefer southern U. S.? Then choose "You and Y'all." Or perhaps the Eastern U. S. is your preference with "You/Youse guys?" Visit John Dyer's website to see his work in action. Click on the gear in the upper right corner of the page. Scroll down to "English Second Person Plural." Choose your region such as southern U. S., Pittsburgh, United Kingdom or even old English. Now read the King James Version, the New American Standard Version, the New English Translation, the World English Bible or the Open English Bible with this new difference. For instance, here is 1 Corinthians 3:16 (NASB, United Kingdom): "Do you lot not know that you lot are a temple of God and that the Spirit of God dwells in you lot?" There is also a Google Chrome plugin that applies this difference to other Bible reading sites like and others. Technically, each Bible changed in this way is a new version...

Sunday, June 9, 2013

Proclaim His Holy Name Bible

I received notice from Richard Estes (thanks, Richard!) that this Bible is now finished. I mentioned it last September. It is in four volumes though it will eventually (expected 7/2/2013) be published in a one volume format. The four volumes (on Amazon) are: Volume 1, Genesis-II Samuel, Volume 2, I Kings-Song of Solomon, Volume 3, Isaiah-Malachi and Volume 4, the New Testament. This version has both God the Father and the Son's words in red. This is produced by Proclaim His Holy Name Ministries.

Saturday, May 25, 2013

New Canon Bible

Today's new Bible was submitted by a reader. It is called the "New Canon Bible. The "New Canon" omits Nehemiah, Esther, Ezra while including Ha-Jasha, Enoch, the Prayer of Manasseh, Paul’s Letter to the Church in Laodicea and the The Teachings of the Twelve Apostles. This is the work of Michael E. Stansfield. His work started with the public domain Digital American Standard Version and remains a public domain version. Visit his website to download a copy or learn more about his work. (Thanks to SG for this link)

Bible Translation Timeline

Wycliffe has a neat Bible Translation Timeline showing the history of Bible Translation. The first point on the timeline is the Septuagint. The list includes Greek, Aramaic, Latin, Chinese, Anglo-Saxon, English and many more languages. Thanks to Kouyanet for this link!

Monday, May 13, 2013

A Hand Written Bible

This is hitting the news lately: A man named Phillip Patterson has written out the entire Bible by hand. I know there are others who write out Scriptures by hand, but this is the first I've heard of a completed Bible. Starting in 2009, he wrote as many as 14 hours a day. You can read more about him in the article at the New York Daily News.

Thursday, May 9, 2013

Aleph-Tav Bibles

Recently, I stumbled onto two different Bibles with a similar premise. In the Old Testament, there is a word consisting of two Hebrew letters, Alepha Tav, that are not translated. The assertion of these two different projects is that this corresponds to Jesus' description of Himself as the Alpha and the Omega. These Bibles insert those Hebrew characters back into the text. The first, by Gregory T. Riether, is the Aleph-Tav Old Testament. It is available on Amazon. The second one is the Messianic Aleph Tav Scriptures, the work of William H. Sanford. I don't have the background to properly explain the Aleph-Tav, so please visit the author's websites for more information.

The Holy Apostolic New Testament

I stumbled across The Holy Apostolic New Testament today. The description on Amazon states "This is the first modern Bible to use the Eusebian Quotation in the Great Commission, a restoration of the original text." Work is also underway on the Old Testament. Visit for more information.

The Mirror Bible

In the Encyclopedia of English Language Bible Versions I included The Mirror Translation by Francis du Toit in the appendix "Unfinished Bible Versions" (UBV-0032). It is now available in print. I am not sure if it should be moved to the main listings yet or not... Some of the reviews on Amazon make it sound like it is not the complete New Testament. Also, a list of changes on the website is dated 2013-05, so it is probably still being translated. I will try to contact the translator and update when I know more.

Tuesday, May 7, 2013

New LDS Translation - Update

This one took a while to get an update! I first posted about this in June of 2008. This is a New Testament translation and commentary being produced by Brigham Young University. There is now a website dedicated to this translation. It is primarily a commentary with a new translation. The book of Revelation is expected out as an e-book in the summer of 2013.

The Passion Translation - Update

Back in June of 2011 I posted about The Passion Translation. Work continues on this version. You can now order the Song Of Solomon, Psalms, Luke and Paul's letters. The New Testament is expected to be finished by 2017.

Wednesday, April 24, 2013

International English Bible

The International English Bible was recently brought to my attention by a reader (JH). Thanks!

After contacting the translator, Dr. Andrew Jackson, via e-mail, I ended up talking on the phone with him for about half an hour. It was a very interesting talk! He is very involved in mission work in Turkey. Dr. Jackson first started this translation as a base English translation for further translation there. He finished the book of John which is now being translated into Turkish. Then, he saw that this version could benefit other readers and finished the entire New Testament. He is working on the Old Testament now.

The translation was read by a retired junior high school teacher who focused on clarity of meaning. I think that is an interesting choice - it sounds like a great way to be sure it is appropriate for that reading level.

A couple interesting points about his version are: geographical clarifications are included in the text. For instance, in Acts 19:1 we read "Paul took the road through Anatolia (modern day Turkey)." Old Testament references are also included in the text, such as "the words of the Prophet Isaiah in Isaiah 9:1."

The current version has verses grouped by paragraphs. Dr. Jackson is currently preparing a version with each verse numbered for easier referencing.

He is not attempting to make profit from his work. It is available to read for free online, for $0.99 on or for free on iTunes. Of course, if you prefer Paper copies you can order those as well.

I may be using this for my next devotional reading so there may be another post on that experience.

Sunday, April 7, 2013

TLV Psalms with Commentary

In my book, The Encyclopedia of English Language Bible Versions, I listed the Tree of Life Bible: The New Covenant (#9575). It was published in 2011. The Old Testament was anticipated for release this year. Work continues on the OT translation. The TLV Psalms with Commentary: Hope and Healing in the Hebrew Scriptures was released early this year. You may read more about the project on the Tree of Life Bible website.

Monday, March 25, 2013

A New New Testament

Recently the translator of the Open Bible sent me information about a new project using his work as a basis. It is called A New New Testament: A Bible for the 21st Century Combining Traditional and Newly Discovered Texts. Allen wrote "The author and his translation team have combined a carefully edited version of the Open English Bible New Testament (including a retranslation of at least one book) with new translations of select non-canonical early Christian documents."

Friday, February 22, 2013

The Alpha Bible

Have you ever had trouble finding a book of the Bible? Fumbled while trying to quickly locate that reference while listening to the sermon? If so, perhaps The Alpha Bible is for you. It is the King James Version of the Bible arranged by book name in alphabetical order. Thus, Acts is first, then Amos all the way through to the end - Zephaniah. You can view samples at their website (click under News Room, Media Center) or order a copy through Thanks to MV for sending this information!

Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Simplified King James New Testament

A comment left on a post from last September about the Simplified King James New Testament deserved its own post, so here it is:
I own the copyright to a version called SKJV Simplified King James Version. It has been in print since 2010. Anyone wishing to make enquiries about it may contact me by the information provided on the copyright page of the following pdf.

Saturday, February 2, 2013

Link corrections

I want to post thank you to JB who recently sent me a long list of corrections to my links page. Thank you for all your time and work.

Friday, February 1, 2013

The New Community Bible

I just heard about an update to the Christian Community Bible. I read about over at Timothy's Catholic Bibles blog. It is titled The New Community Bible. There is a review of it at the Otagosh blog. The St. Paul's Society in Australia has an announcement about it as well. The writer of Otagosh notes that the use of "Yahweh" was discontinued and returns to "the LORD."

The Christian Community Bible by Bernardo Hurault was first published in 1988. It has undergone many editions since then. (I have a seventeenth edition.) The Christian Community Bible is #8295, page 40, in the Encyclopedia of English-Language Bible Versions.

Wednesday, January 16, 2013

New Book: The Quingential Way

New Book Release:

The Quingential Way contains John 14:6 from 500 different English versions ("quingenti" means 500 in Latin). Each is listed in the order of its first publication. Please note that revisions were published at different times and will be listed according to the revision date, not that of the original version. Differences in punctuation, spelling, and formatting are all considered in determining a different version. Thus, many will appear nearly identical. Those that were completely identical were not included. Other versions vary wildly from the expected translation. One version even numbered verses differently so it isn’t even the same sentence at all (1861, Leonard Thorn)! That’s why I have included 501 to compensate for this difference. This book is a result of the study that went into developing The Encyclopedia of English Language Bible Versions.

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Saturday, January 12, 2013

The Action Bible

Today I found a sample for The Action Bible. There is a preview available on or you can download a preview in PDF here. Using the PDF may be helpful if you're trying to see how it would look on your favorite device. You can also visit the Action Bible website to view a sample online, get coloring pages and more.

Thursday, January 10, 2013

Encyclopedia of English Language Versions ebook

Apparently, has beat everyone else to offer an e-book of The Encyclopedia of English Language Bible Versions. Currently, the price is $75. I would recommend waiting until Amazon or Barnes and Noble comes out with their version. Hopefully, they will have a lower price.

Tuesday, January 1, 2013

Thank You for all the Links!

I enjoy being able to provide one of the largest collections of Bible links on the web. But I don't do all the finding! In 2012 I received many, many e-mails with links to Bibles, new versions, partial translations and much more. A while ago I started keeping track of who sent me the link. Here are the contributors I noted for 2012:

If your name should be in that table, I am sorry I missed it.

The list of all credit for any link in my database is as follows:

I don't remember when I started keeping track, so this table surely fails to provide some credit where it is due.

I'd like to thank everyone who sends me information, links, encouragement, criticism, and files. You have been a great blessing to me as I build my site and in publishing my book. Let's keep loving God's Word together!
Special thanks also to: The Internet Bible Catalog, Bibles of the Past, Bible Research and The Bible Corner