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This category is for sites about the various Bible translations available today. It will include sites which help readers choose a translation and sites which argue the merits or shortcomings of particular translations.
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Organization proposing a new "Logos 21" translation based on the Majority Text (Byzantine).
New Testament paraphrase design for quick, easy reading by Dan Sindlinger, previously a Bible translator among the Gola people of Liberia, West Africa, and the Lakota people of South Dakota.
English Majority Text Version (EMTV) New Testament e-text of revision of translation by Farstad and Hodges based on the "Majority Text."
Concordant New Testament and Old Testament plus commentary.
Publishes New American Standard and La Biblia de las Américas, and Bible software.
Champions the Tyndale translation as the best English translation; Side-by-side comparisons of the Tyndale and KJV. New version "Yes Word" which modernizes some of Tyndale's language.
Publisher's site about a translation of the Scriptures presented in the clear, natural English of today. History of the translating group, comparison with other versions, and samples.
A look at some English translations and most particularly the New Revised Standard Version (NRSV).
Biblical narratives retold by Sidney Brichto.
Translation by Living Stream Ministry with cross-references and footnotes by Witness Lee: includes introduction, sample verses and notes, viewable text.
Another updating of the 1611 King James Version.
An updating of the 1611 King James Version, with obsolete and archaic words replaced.
Public domain English translation, based on the American Standard Version. Available in several formats. Also a "Hebrew Names Version" which substitutes Hebrew terminology for some English or Greek words.
Translating Scriptures in more than 70 countries. FAQ, history, online magazine and newsletter. Free screensaver and missionary game software.
New Testament paraphrase design for quick, easy reading by Dan Sindlinger, previously a Bible translator among the Gola people of Liberia, West Africa, and the Lakota people of South Dakota.
English Majority Text Version (EMTV) New Testament e-text of revision of translation by Farstad and Hodges based on the "Majority Text."
Another updating of the 1611 King James Version.
Public domain English translation, based on the American Standard Version. Available in several formats. Also a "Hebrew Names Version" which substitutes Hebrew terminology for some English or Greek words.
Concordant New Testament and Old Testament plus commentary.
Organization proposing a new "Logos 21" translation based on the Majority Text (Byzantine).
Champions the Tyndale translation as the best English translation; Side-by-side comparisons of the Tyndale and KJV. New version "Yes Word" which modernizes some of Tyndale's language.
Biblical narratives retold by Sidney Brichto.
Translating Scriptures in more than 70 countries. FAQ, history, online magazine and newsletter. Free screensaver and missionary game software.
An updating of the 1611 King James Version, with obsolete and archaic words replaced.
Publishes New American Standard and La Biblia de las Américas, and Bible software.
Translation by Living Stream Ministry with cross-references and footnotes by Witness Lee: includes introduction, sample verses and notes, viewable text.
A look at some English translations and most particularly the New Revised Standard Version (NRSV).
Publisher's site about a translation of the Scriptures presented in the clear, natural English of today. History of the translating group, comparison with other versions, and samples.
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