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- 1560 Geneva Bible with Modern ed.
- Old Paths Publications, Incorporated
- Krueger, James
- Illustrations, black and white
- 263 x 211 x 24 mm
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- 465:B&W 8 x 10 in or 254 x 203 mm Case Laminate on White w/Matte Lam
- 952 g
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The 1560 Defined Geneva Bible
With Modern Spelling, New Testament
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Between the Geneva Bible?s first edition of 1560 and its last edition in 1644, 160 editions, totaling around a half million Bibles, were produced. And for the first time common people could not only understand the words in the Bible, they could actually own one. Its widespread use first solidified the English language among the common people, not the 1611 King James Bible as many assume. Actually, the King James Bible required decades to surpass the popularity of the Geneva and supplant it from the hearts of the English speaking world. In fact, the Geneva Bible was the principal English Bible initially brought to American soil, making it the Bible that shaped early American life and impacted Colonial culture more than any other.
In this edition we have chosen not to include any commentary and simply allow the strength of the translation to come through to the reader. Yet because 450 plus years have elapsed since the original Geneva Bible, we have modernized the spelling of words. We have also bracketed and defined words and terms which are no longer commonly used or are so altered in their meaning as to be unfamiliar today.
Further, this work is not intended to replace the King James Bible, but to show how close the Geneva translation is to the King James Bible. These two Bibles are translated from the same Traditional Hebrew/Aramaic and Greek Texts. So, why was the King James Bible needed? It was because the marginal notes were ?very partial,? King James said. And they were. They were completely Calvinistic and many considered the notes as a part of divine revelation, which they are not. On January 17, 1604, the motion was made and carried ??that a translation be made of the whole Bible, as consonant as can be to the original Hebrew and Greek; and this to be set out and printed without any marginal notes.? Only cross references, and word definitions and occasional variant reading were allowed.
After 85 years of and six English Bible translations (Tyndale, Coverdale, Matthews, Great, Bishops, Geneva) virtually all English Bible translation efforts cease for 274 years with the publication of the King James Bible. The King James Bible is the most popular boo...
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the 1560 geneva bible with modern spelling in brackets, but no words removed or changed, was translated by erudite scholars in the 1500s who used the hebrew masoretic text and the greek received text. the study notes have been removed because they were considered unacceptable by many. this bible should be in the library of any student of the bible. h. d. williams, m.d., ph.d.
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David L. Brown was born in Michigan. He came to know Christ as his Savior as the result of a Sunday school teacher throwing away the liberal curriculum and taught through the book of Romans, sharing the Gospel.
David attended a Michigan University then transferred to a Christian University and Seminary where he completed a Bachelor's Degree in Social Science and Theology. He holds a Master's Degree in Theology, and Ph.D. in History, specializing in the history of the English Bible.
He has been married for 47 years to Linda, a young lady he met in his Baptist youth group in 1968. They have 13 grandchildren
For the past 37 years he has been the Pastor of the First Baptist Church of Oak Creek, Wisconsin (an independent, fundamental, Baptist Church using the King James Bible & conservative music). Previous to that, he pastored an independent Baptist Church in Michigan for five years, was an assistant pastor for 4 years and he and his wife served as short term missionaries in Haiti.
Dr. Brown is the president of the King James Bible Research Council, an organization dedicated to promoting the King James Bible and its underlying texts and other traditional text translations around the world in a solid and sensible way.
He is also the president of Logos Communication Consortium, Inc., a research organization that produces a large variety of materials warning Christians of present dangers in our culture.
He serves on the board of the Conversion Center, a ministry that seeks to reach Catholics for Christ.
He serves on the executive board of the Alpha Women's Center of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, an organization dedicated to sharing Christ with women in crisis pregnancy situations and encouraging them not to have an abortion.
Dr. Brown serves on the board of directors an historical organization, The Center for Study and Preservation of the Majority Text which is an organization dedicated to the scholarly study, research and preservation of Byzantine Greek New Testament Manuscripts.
Dr. Brown is the Curator of the Biblical Heritage Archive Collection and regularly takes his rare Bibles, manuscript and artifact collection to Bible Believing Churches, colleges and seminaries and teaches on the history of our English Bible, showing how God has preserved His Word(s).
He also serves as a consultant for individuals, museums, colleges, universities, and seminaries that desire to acquire or have collections of biblical manuscripts and Bibles. He is an antiquarian book dealer with contacts around the world.
Dr. Brown has authored three books, the most recent, The Indestructible Book: Examining the History of Our English Bible as well as numerous booklets and pamphlets supporting the inspiration, preservation and translation of the Traditional texts of the Bible.
Dr. Brown has had the opportunity to preach in Baptist churches, colleges, seminaries and conferences in the United States, United Kingdom, Republic of Ireland, Germany, Israel, and the Caribbean.
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