New complete Common English Bible available in digital editions

“Complete Common English Bible released digitally before print” June 16, 2011.

In a nod to the revolutionary changes occurring in publishing, the new complete Common English Bible is now debuting in 20 digital platforms, almost two months before print editions will be available in stores.  

This is the first time the Common English Bible is available in its complete form including the Old Testament, and available with the Apocrypha. The New Testament was released August 2010.

It’s uncommon in that it’s the newest translation by the largest number of biblical scholars and church leaders in words 21st-century readers use every day. The new Common English Bible is the only translation to combine and balance highly respected ecumenical biblical scholarship necessary for serious study with responsiveness to 21st-century clear communication requirements for comprehensive clarity. Combining scholarly accuracy with vivid language, the Common English Bible is the work of 120 biblical scholars from 24 denominations in American, African, Asian, European, and Latino communities. They translated the Bible into English directly from the original Hebrew, Aramaic, and Greek texts.

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