The Bible Gateway team has been busy this week—we’ve added three new Bible versions to our library! The new additions are the Uspanteco, West Central Quiché, and Mam de Todos Santos Cuchumatán versions.
These versions are in three more Mayan languages still spoken today in Guatemala; they range from rather obscure (Uspanteco is spoken by only about 3,000 people) to relatively common (300,000 people still speak West Central Quiché). Like the other Mayan language versions we’ve added recently, these translations are provided by Wycliffe Bible Translators.
In keeping with blog tradition, here’s John 3:16 in the Mam de Todos Santos Cuchumatán Bible:
See you next week!
- Mam language Bible now available
- Cakchiquel Occidental version now online
- Jacalteco Oriental New Testament now online
- Kekchi New Testament now online
Posted by Andy