The Modern Literal Version (New Testament), 2014 Edition.

The goal of the MLV translators was to make this translation as literal as possible while still being able to b understood. It comes highly recommended. For more information about the Modern Literal Version (including how to purchase it in print with extra-wide margins for notes)

The Holy New Covenant Bible Version (Galilee Translation)

This New Testament was translated in 1975 by a group of Christians who were living in Galilee for a time. It was used in some schools in Israel to help teach English, and was later translated into Arabic and distributed in some other Middle Eastern countries. It was translated for people who were not native English speakers, so it is not as literal, and uses a more common vocabulary.

Hebrew Restored Names Version Bible

Hebrew Restored Names Bibles

Sermons for the New Year

Sermons for the New Year by Multiauthors (including Charles Spurgeon, George Whitefield, and Samuel Davies) This module was created by…

Buchanan, James – Consideration

“In the day of prosperity be happy, but in the day of adversity CONSIDER: God has made the one as…