Monday, May 26, 2014

Disciples of Yeshuwa' Mashiyach Translation

This version is the ongoing work of the "Disciples of Yeshuwa' Mashiyach." On their website they have translations from Genesis, Psalms, Isaiah, Matthew, Luke, Revelation and possibly others. The translations use "YEHVAH Elohiym" for "Lord God" and "Yeshuwa' Mawshiyach" for "Jesus Christ." Thanks to GK for this link!

Sunday, May 18, 2014

Gospel of God in Christ

Today's entry was sent to me by the translator, Kevin Krall. His work is called the "Gospel of God in Christ." It is "A Synonymous Translation [of Paul's letters] in Effectively Enhanced English." Mr. Krall writes that some of the highlights are:
  • Two Versions - Study Version & Reading Version
  • All Significant In Christ Scriptures - Highlighted
  • All Prayers Of Paul - Highlighted
  • Synonyms & Iterations for Greek word to English word(s) Equivalency
  • Key Word Glossary with Greek word and Strong's Number
He provides both a reading version and a study version. The study version has synonyms of key words in parentheses similar to the Amplified Bible. Not only has he translated the letters, but also takes advantage of web programming and social media to make an online presentation of his work. His website includes a full introduction, description of his translation method and much more, so visit The Gospel of God in Christ to learn more.

Tuesday, May 13, 2014

The Story

There are several works called "The Story." So here's another one! The website states that it is "All four Gospels ... woven together into One Chronological Color-Coded Story of the Greatest Life that was ever lived." It is being sold exclusively through Amazon. My Kindle is black and white, so the color coding won't work for me.

Saturday, May 3, 2014

The Books of the Bible - Community Bible Experience

Today's new Bible comes courtesy of Biblica. It is a new Bible, but not a new version. The text is the New International Version (2011) with chapter and verse numbers removed. The books of the New Testament are arranged in historical order. You can get a free preview of the New Testament by visiting Biblica and giving them your e-mail address. You can also download mp3s of an audio presentation of the New Testament.