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Geneva Bible, New Testament (GEN)
During the time when England was ruled by Queen Mary I, who persecuted Protestants, a number of Protestant scholars fled to Geneva in Switzerland, which was then ruled as a republic in which John Calvin and Theodore Beza provided the primary spiritual and theological leadership. Among these scholars was William Whittingham, who supervised the translation in collaboration with Myles Coverdale, Christopher Goodman, Anthony Gilby, Thomas Sampson, and William Cole—several of whom became prominent figures in the proto-Puritan nonconformist faction of the Vestments controversy. Whittingham was directly responsible for the New Testament, which was complete and published in 1557, while Gilby oversaw the Old.
The first full edition of this Bible, with a further revised New Testament, appeared in 1560, but it was not printed in England until 1575 (New Testament) and 1576 (Bible). Over 150 editions were issued; the last probably in 1644. The first Bible printed in Scotland was a Geneva Bible in 1579. In fact, the involvement of Knox and Calvin in the creation of the Geneva Bible made it especially appealing in Scotland, where a law was passed in 1579 requiring every household of sufficient means to buy a copy.
Like most English translations of the time, the Geneva Bible was translated from scholarly editions of the Greek New Testament and Hebrew scriptures that comprise the Christian Old Testament. The English rendering was substantially based on the earlier translations by William Tyndale and Myles Coverdale. (80-90% of the language in the Genevan New Testament is from Tyndale.) However, the Geneva Bible was the first English version in which all of the Old Testament was translated directly from the Hebrew (cf. Coverdale Bible, Matthew's Bible).
[Excerpted from Geneva Bible. (2007, November 21). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 17:32, November 29, 2007, from http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Geneva_Bible&oldid=172814579]
For God so loved the world, that he hath given his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.
2 Timothy 3:16-17
For the whole Scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable to teach, to improve, to correct, and to instruct in righteousness, That the man of God may be absolute, being made perfect unto all good works.
Then I took the little book out of the Angel's hand, and ate it up, and it was in my mouth as sweet as honey: but when I had eaten it, my belly was bitter.
Installed size (unless otherwise indicated): Approximately 1.875 MB. iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch Requires iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad running iOS 5.0 or later. Download size: 1.875 MB. Android Requires Android OS 2.2 or later. Download size: 1.875 MB. Windows Phone Requires Windows Phone 7.5 or later. Download size: 1.875 MB. Windows Store Download size: 1.875 MB. Windows PC Requires Windows 2000, XP, Vista, Windows 7, or later. Download size: 802.125 KB. Windows Mobile Requires Pocket PC / Windows Mobile version 6.5 or earlier. Download size: 692.875 KB. webOS Requires webOS 1.4.5 or later. Download/Installed size: 1013.125 KB.
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