The 2001 Translation of the Bible is entirely made by volunteers and is public domain.
Our books of the Jewish Era (the ‘Old Testament’) are based on the Greek Septuagint (see why). Our books of the Christian Era (the ‘New Testament’) are based on both Greek and Aramaic manuscripts (see why). It is non-denominational, and translators can work without the pressure to conform to Church dogmas and biases. Our translation is constantly corrected and refined.
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