The New French Bible

The most recent addition to the French Bible Society’s translations is the New French Bible which made its appearance in October of 2019. Taking three years of hard work and over sixty experts, this translation is a clear and faithful work for all people. This translation allows people to read and understand the word of […]

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The Bible Word of Life

This stunning translation was born out of a need for a simple, understandable version of the Bible in West Africa. Studies have shown that the Bible Word Of Life translation is more comprehensible to those in West Africa than any other translation. Because of the way it is written with simple phrases and a small […]

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The New Segond Bible

Named after Louis Segond (1810-1885) whose translation was used by protestant churches for a century, the New Segond Bible is a classic translation that has been fully updated to fit a modern perspective. In French-speaking countries, there was a need for a Bible translation that came as close to the original Hebrew and Greek as […]

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Ecumenical Translation (TOB)

It was in 1975 that Dominique Barthélemy and Samuel Amsler noticed a need for a new translation of the Bible. A Bible that would represent multiple churches was the goal. Out of this endeavor, the Ecumenical Translation of the Bible was born. While England had the King James Version and Germany had the Martin Luther […]

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The Dove Translation

A revision of the Louis Segond Translation, the Dove Translation, published in 1978, is a Bible intended for those who have good French-speaking capabilities. It retains the qualities and classical wording of the venerable Louis Segond 1910 Translation, while making the necessary adjustments where the language has become outdated. This quite accurate translation gives readers […]

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