This Biblica translation of the Bible is for the Urdu language, which is primarily used in Pakistan. This translation uses an informal language style and applies a meaning-based translation philosophy. It was translated from multiple translations and references and was completed in 2004. more...
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ROMANS 10:17-18 So then faith [cometh] by hearing, and hearing by the word of God. But I say, Have they not heard? Yes verily, their sound went into all the earth, and their words unto the ends of the world.
Back In the forties Alexander Scourby recorded the very first narration of the Bible. It was produced by The American Foundation For The Blind and distributed by The American Bible Society as The Talking Bible. The Logo on the records read "God's Word for a new age". Sixty years have passed and I would like to present to you "God's Word for this new age." The oldest Book in the world is now available in multimedia. Yes with Audio Bible you can listen to all 72 hours of audio on the Internet. You may ask yourself, why you need Audio Bible? One of my friends made the point clear to me. He asked me, "tell me of one thing your father ever wrote to you?" My mind went blank. After a few seconds he said, "now tell me things your father told you?" My mind began to fill with memories and his point was made. We remember better if we hear it and best if we read along with what we hear. This is what Audio Bible is all about. For centuries the Bible was read aloud, even when in private, remember the story of Philip and the Eunuch? ACTS 8:30 And Philip ran thither to [him], and heard him read the prophet Esaias.
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Part of the Bible was published for the first time in 1805. The New Testament was first published in 1814.
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This shows the first few verses from John's Gospel in the Mather revised version, first published in 1870 by British & Foreign Bible Society, Mirzapur. This page is taken from a Bible published in 1992 by The Pakistan Bible Society, Lahore. more...
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The New Testament, as usually received in the Christian Churches, is made up of twenty-seven different books attributed to eight different authors, six of whom are numbered among the Apostles (Matthew, John, Paul, James, Peter, Jude) and two among their immediate disciples (Mark, Luke).
The New Testament was not written all at once. The books that compose it appeared one after another in the space of fifty years, i.e. in the second half of the first century. Written in different and distant countries and addressed to particular Churches, they took some time to spread throughout the whole of Christendom, and a much longer time to become accepted. More New Testament Information
Bible History is about exploring the eyewitness accounts recorded in the Old and New Testaments of the Bible and comparing them with the history of ancient people and civilizations revealed by the spade of the archaeologist. Are you curious about the past, it's people, customs and culture? Then you would probably appreciate those who's curiosity drove them across the earth without the conveniences of modern travel, to dig up the empires buried within the earth to reveal the mysteries they contain.
Someone such as Austen Henry Layard, an archaeologist, politician, adventurer and excavator of ancient Nineveh, Nimrud and other Assyrian locations.
"During the autumn of 1839 and winter of 1840 I had been wandering through Asia Minor and Syria scarcely leaving untrod one spot hallowed by tradition or unvisited one ruin consecrated by history I was accompanied by one no less curious and enthusiastic than myself We were both equally careless of comfort and unmindful of danger We rode alone our arms were our only protection a valise behind our saddles was our wardrobe and we tended our own horses except when relieved from the duty by the hospitable inhabitants of a Turcoman village or an Arab tent Thus unembarrassed by needless luxuries and uninfluenced by the opinions and prejudices of others we mixed amongst the people acquired without effort their manners and enjoyed without alloy those emotions which scenes so novel and spots so rich in varied association cannot fail to produce."
Nineveh and Its Remains, 1849
In an age when God's grace has uncovered beneath the sands of time what holy writ already affirmed, we can examine the evidence ourselves and perhaps make room for the Lord to add to us His touch upon our hearts. No amount of facts equal one simple touch by God upon the heart. But we can seek him knowing "God opposes the proud but gives grace to the humble." James 4:6.
So let us press on as Isaiah encouraged, "Seek the LORD while he may be found; call on him while he is near." Isaiah 55:6 and avoid at all costs any congruence with the description of those who can walk by an amazing gift such as creation and life itself and never ask who gave it.
In his pride the wicked does not seek him; in all his thoughts there is no room for God. Psalm 10:4
By humbling ourselves and questioning God and seeking Him we can invite Him to reveal and to deepen His extraordinary love...
And hope does not disappoint us, because God has poured out his love into our hearts by the Holy Spirit, whom he has given us. Romans 5:5 more...
Holy Scripture quotes in these personal study notes are from the Roman Catholic Bible: The New American Bible (NAB) With Revised New Testament and Revised Psalms (The New Catholic Translation), Catholic Bible Press (#9050N). This Bible is the latest official Roman Catholic translation of the Bible and is endorsed by the Pope. This Roman Catholic Bible was used in this study so Roman Catholics could feel comfortable as they examine Holy Scripture.
The purpose for these study notes is to share what I learned from Holy Scripture and provide some interesting information that is rarely if ever taught to most Roman Catholics. I have the utmost respect and love for Roman Catholics and that is why I want them to see for themselves the truth contained in Holy Scripture.
My name is J. D. Martinez. I was born into the Roman Catholic religion over fifty-six years ago. I was an altar boy, attended mass, catechism classes, Roman Catholic parochial school and received all the sacraments up through Holy Matrimony. One thing I never did was read the Bible and therefore never knew any Holy Scripture except for small portions from the Catechism and missals at mass. Although the Holy Scripture readings at mass are on a repeating 3-year cycle most Holy Scripture is not included in the cycle; I therefore missed most of God’s word.
As a retired Air Force officer I had the time to spend years studying the Bible in depth from cover to cover several times and in old and modern translations. Because I love God and know “life is short,” I wanted to see for myself the truth in Holy Scripture. This was very important to me after going through a near-death experience. This was the only way I could know for sure how to get right with God.
One reason I prepared these personal study notes was because I know that not everyone has the time to study the Bible the way I did. With the Roman Catholic Bible, these notes and source materials listed at the end of these notes, you should be able to clearly see the truth for yourself. I also included information in the “comments” sections that I found to be interesting.
The Roman Catholic Bible referenced above is a paperback edition available through many bookstores. It contains “study helps” which are Roman Catholic interpretations and commentary on Holy Scripture. I added the page numbers for this paperback edition for your convenience. If you don’t have this exact edition the page number should at least get you fairly close to the chapter and verse where it will be easy to find. You can also use the table of contents. I’ll illustrate an example: (Ephesians 2:8) (NAB) (1331) means the book of Ephesians, Chapter 2, Verse 8, New American Bible translation, page 1331 of the paperback Bible edition referenced above. Catechism references are from the new Catechism of the Catholic Church and reference paragraph numbers are given.
All Bible references are very important so quotes can be read along with the entire chapter for the complete context in which they’re used. This is very important because I’ve often found that some people who have not read Holy Scripture try to brush off the word of God in Holy Scripture by saying “it’s taken out of context.” Footnotes are given for supporting references and source material listed at the end of these study notes. You will also find web links to other Christian web sites near the end of these notes.
The Roman Catholic NAB is a very clear modern translation overall. For additional clarity a second translation was put alongside the NAB translation in only five of all the Holy Scripture quotes in these study notes.
Emphasis such as CAPITAL LETTERS has been added by me to highlight key points. All personal comments and source material information follow Holy Scripture quotes and are also in the “comments” sections. All Holy Scripture is in bold type.
There is so much I have learned and want to share but will limit this study to the following topics. I encourage you to read them all or simply “click” on the topics individually. If your time is limited, at least read “Salvation, Tradition, Mass, Epilogue, and How To Receive Jesus.” You may also print this out and read at your leisure. more...
by Dr. Bob Utley, Professor of Hermeneutics (Retired)
We are a non-profit Bible study ministry dedicated to reaching the world for Christ. Our goal is to empower God's people to interpret the Bible for themselves. These verse-by-verse, exegetical video, audio and printed commentaries are committed to the trustworthiness and authority of Scripture, emphasizing the intent of the original inspired authors by means of their: 1. Historical Setting, 2. Literary Context, 3. Grammatical Features, 4. Choice of Words, 5. Genre,
A Bible (from Greek t? ß?ß??a ta biblia "the books") is a collection of sacred scripture of Judaism and Christianity. There is no single version: both the individual books (Biblical canon) and their order vary. The Hebrew Bible contains 24 books that were rearranged into 39 by Christian denominations, while complete Christian Bibles range from the 66 books of the Protestant canon to 81 books in the Ethiopian Orthodox Bible. The oldest surviving Christian Bibles are Greek manuscripts from the 4th century; the oldest complete Jewish Bible is a Greek translation, also dating to the 4th century. The oldest complete manuscripts of the Hebrew Bible (the Masoretic text) date from the Middle Ages.
The Hebrew Bible, or Tanakh, is divided into three parts: (1) the five books of the Torah ("teaching" or "law") comprise the origins of the Israelite nation, its laws and its covenant with the God of Israel; (2) the Nevi'im ("prophets") containing the historic account of ancient Israel and Judah plus works of prophecy; and (3) the Ketuvim ("writings"), poetic and philosophical works such as the Psalms and the Book of Job. Christian Bibles include the books of the Hebrew Bible, but arranged in a different fashion: Hebrew Scripture ends with the people of Israel restored to Jerusalem and the temple and the Christian arrangement ends with the book of the prophet Malachi.
The Christian Bible is divided into two parts. The first is called the Old Testament, containing the 39 books of Hebrew Scripture, and the second portion is called the New Testament, containing a set of 27 books. During the three centuries following the establishment of Christianity in the 1st century, Church Fathers compiled Gospel accounts and letters of apostles into a Christian Bible which became known as the New Testament. The Old and New Testaments together are commonly referred to as "The Holy Bible". The canonical composition of the Jewish Bible is in dispute between Christian groups: Protestants hold only the books of the Hebrew Bible to be canonical; Roman Catholics and Eastern Orthodox additionally consider the deuterocanonical books, a group of Jewish books, to be canonical. The New Testament is composed of the Gospels ("good news"), the Acts of the Apostles, the Epistles (letters), and the Book of Revelation. If counted as a single book, "The Bible" is the best-selling book in history with approximate sales estimates ranging in the billions. more...
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But Martha was cumbered about much serving, and came to him, and said, Lord, dost thou not care that my sister hath left me to serve alone? bid her therefore that she help me. And Jesus answered and said unto her, Martha, Martha, thou art careful and troubled about many things: But one thing is needful: and Mary hath chosen that good part, which shall not be taken away from her. (Luke 10:40-42) more...
BibleGateway.com is a website designed to allow easy searching of the Christian Bible in many different versions and translations, including Spanish, French, and other non-English languages (see below). The website is free for anyone to use. It is currently owned by Zondervan.
Started by Nick Hengeveld in 1993 at Calvin College, the Bible Gateway was initially planned as a static HTML presentation of the Bible. In 1995, the gateway moved to the new Gospel Communications Network (a part of Gospel Communications International). The Bible Gateway is written as a CGI script in Perl.
The Bible Gateway gradually expanded its database by acquiring the rights to more English translations and translations into more languages. Among the groups tendering the rights to disseminate their different versions of the Bible include the International Bible Society and The Lockman Foundation. more...
And Jesus said unto them ... , "If ye have faith as a grain of mustard seed, ye shall say unto this mountain, Remove hence to younder place; and it shall remove; and nothing shall be impossible to you."
Why was The Message written? The best answer to that question comes from Eugene Peterson himself: "While I was teaching a class on Galatians, I began to realize that the adults in my class weren't feeling the vitality and directness that I sensed as I read and studied the New Testament in its original Greek. Writing straight from the original text, I began to attempt to bring into English the rhythms and idioms of the original language. I knew that the early readers of the New Testament were captured and engaged by these writings and I wanted my congregation to be impacted in the same way. I hoped to bring the New Testament to life for two different types of people: those who hadn't read the Bible because it seemed too distant and irrelevant and those who had read the Bible so much that it had become 'old hat.'"
Peterson's parishioners simply weren't connecting with the real meaning of the words and the relevance of the New Testament for their own lives. So he began to bring into English the rhythms and idioms of the original ancient Greek—writing straight out of the Greek text without looking at other English translations. As he shared his version of Galatians with them, they quit stirring their coffee and started catching Paul's passion and excitement as he wrote to a group of Christians whom he was guiding in the ways of Jesus Christ. For more than two years, Peterson devoted all his efforts to The Message New Testament. His primary goal was to capture the tone of the text and the original conversational feel of the Greek, in contemporary English. more...
This site is under development (and will be for quite some time). That's because there's no big staff behind it...just lil' ol' me. I have to pull time from other things (like raising a family and making a living!) to make this happen. I appreciate your patience and I hope you enjoy what you find here whenever you visit.
You'll find the chapters of the New Testament below. If the chapter is listed in bold, it's been recorded and is available for listening or downloading. If not, it's coming at some future date. Also, I've recently started re-recording everything over from the beginning of the NT. I will also be providing links to download the whole book in a single MP3 file in addition to single chapters. As the whole books are recorded and made available, you'll notice that the book title itself is bold. more...
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Features: The King James Bible program has over 12,000 topics, parables, Messianic prophecies, topic searches, maps, and book marks. Included are Nave's Topics, Easton's Bible Dictionary, Matthew Henry's Commentary, Torry's Topics and Hitchcock's Bible names. You can also customize features such as font style, size and color. Microsoft Word can also be used. Another feature is that you can generate your own topics list. more...
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