Earlier this year, we reflected on the ever-changing nature of language, and the challenge this poses to Bible translators. Over the years, words fall out of use or assume different meanings, making even the most solid Bible translations more difficult to read. In the news today is the New American Bible, which is getting a […]
Nearly one billion Mandarin language speakers now have a modern translation of the Bible! The Chinese Contemporary Bible (CCB) translation, completed in late 2010, is available online in PDF at Biblica.com!
We’re thrilled to announce that the Common English Bible (New Testament) has been added to BibleGateway.com’s library of online Bibles! The Common English Bible is more than a revision or update of an existing translation. It’s an ambitious new translation designed to read smoothly and naturally without compromising the accuracy of the Bible text. As […]
We’re pleased to announce the addition of the GOD’S WORD Translation (GW) to Bible Gateway’s library of online Bibles!
The Bible Gateway team has been busy this week—we’ve added three new Bible versions to our library: the Uspanteco, West Central Quiché, and Mam of Todos Santos Cuchumatán Bibles.
We’ve got another new Bible version to announce: the Kekchi New Testament. Read on for information about this new Bible version and to learn about the great Gospel work taking place in the Kekchi language and culture.
Another day, another new Bible version available on the Bible Gateway! Our newest Bible version is the Jacalteco Oriental (Eastern) New Testament.
Last week we added the Mam version to the Bible Gateway’s collection of online Bibles. Today we’ve added another new version, this one also from the Mayan language family: the Cakchiquel Occidental version. The Cakchiquel Occidental was translated by Wycliffe Bible Translators, who describe it like this: Cakchiquel Occidental is one of 50+ Mayan languages […]
The Mam, Comitancillo Central version of the Bible is now available at the Bible Gateway! Mam is a language from the Mayan language family and is still spoken by the Mam people of northern Guatemala.