Spanish Reina Valera of 1960 Bible translation published

The Spanish Reina Valera 1960 Bible translation is now available for theWord.

Most Spanish speaking Christians rely on one version of the Bible, the Reina-Valera, which was first published in 1569, forty-two years before the King James Version. In 1960, the British and Foreign Bible Society and the American Bible Society jointly published the popular revision of the Version Reina-Valera. This version has been the basic text of the Spanish Protestant Church for generations. It is the most beloved translation of Spanish speaking Christians because it retains the traditional style of the Spanish language.

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Monday, 21 February 2011
 
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