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New Testament Proofreading Complete - Today's Bosnian Version Bible Translation

Today's Bosnian Version Bible Translation Project

Today's Bosnian Version Bible Translation Project

The translation team at the TBV is announcing the completion of the proofreading stage of the New Testament.

In situation of scarce Bible translations available, the new translation enables rapid adoption of the word of God, and thus the execution of Jesus’ instructions to make disciples of all nations.

The New Testament has been proofread manually twice.

The operations team is expecting the launch for product version one in April 2017.

The TBV is a modern translation of the Holy Bible into Bosnian using original language sources of Hebrew and Greek and localized weights and measures.
Our vision is to see the readers of our translation be restored to righteousness. Our mission is to serve two groups of people: the retired and the teenagers, who represent the most neglected groups in terms of Bible knowledge opportunity in accepting the good news of God’s plan for their life.

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