Monthly Archives: December 2012

Masoretic Hebrew Bible – 1894

This is the Masoretic Critical Edition of 1894.

It is a full edition of over 1,800 pages.

This Bible is called a Masoretic text because it contains the vocalization and the accentuation – the Masorah.

This Masoretic tradition dates back to at least the 7th to 10th century AD.

The Hebrew Bible is written in a primarily consonant based system (the same as with modern Hebrew). The Masoretic texts add vowels and a lot more.

Bagster’s Daily Light On The Daily Path – Evening Readings

This is a lovely book written by Samuel Bagster in the middle of the 19th century.

It has been used by many people around the world to give them a daily bible reading and to help them on their spiritual way!

There is a reading for Morning and Evening of each day of the year. This book here is the evening edition.

Bagster’s Daily Light On The Daily Path – Morning Readings

This the original book – Bagster’s Daily Light On The Daily Path – Morning Readings in PDF This is a lovely book written by Samuel Bagster in the middle of…

Geneva Bible 1569

This is the original Geneva Bible 1569 in PDF The Geneva Bible was called the "study bible" because of the inclusion of material that aids studying it e.g. indexes, maps,…

An Illustrated History Of The Holy Bible – 1869 (John Kitto D.D.)

This is the original An Illustrated History Of The Holy Bible – 1869 (John Kitto D.D.) book in PDF This is an enormous illustrated history of the Bible book! It…

Bible Atlas 1910 – Rev. Jesse L. Hurlbut D.D.

The of the original Bible Atlas 1910 in PDF We have provided the Bible Atlas by Rev. Jesse L. Hurlbut D.D. (1910). Often living in parts of the world that…

The Geneva Bible 1560

The Geneva Bible was called the “study bible” because of the inclusion of material that aids studying it e.g. indexes, maps, tables and various other features.

This Bible was made during the reign of Queen Mary I (England). It was one of the Bibles brought to America on the Mayflower and it was used by famous people such as Shakespeare, Oliver Cromwell and John Milton.

Cambridge Authorized Version 1909 (Volumes 1 – 5) – William Aldis Wright (Pure Cambridge Edition)

In 1909 William Aldis Wright, who was the vice-master of Trinity College (Cambridge), made a reprint of the King James Bible of 1611. This reprint is done in 5 volumes. As per this prefatory note, there were 2 issues of the 1611 Authorized Bible, this is the reprint of the first issue (Genesis to Deuteronomy). Here the claim is that the “corrected reading has been adopted in the reprint”.

The 1769 King James Bible – Benjamin Blayney Edition

To start this great website we are publishing here the King James Bible (1769 – Benjamin Blayney edition).

It is a great Bible that is used around the world in modern day Bibles. It’s history and reputation is amazing and you can have a look at what is said about it.

This is provided copyright free and as such feel free to read it for spiritual benefit or to help others. It can be downloaded and distributed as to help others in the world.

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