The holy Bible versions
Historical facts about the Holy Bible
The word “Bible” comes from the Greek word biblia which means papyrus rolls, volumes or books, or literally: brochures. The first Christian Greeks called the Scriptures “Ta Biblia”, meaning “THE Books”, the supreme books.
The word “testament” stems from the Greek word diathiki (testament, agreement) and translates into Latin as testamentum (testament, testimony). The Greek term has a broader meaning (agreement) than the Latin one, and some prefer to translate it as “alliance”.
During the formation of its canon, the Bible was originally not one book but a series of books and brochures. The notion of the Bible as a unique book is a rather modern one, despite the fact that it was assembled as a codex (book or compilation) during the 2nd century A.D. In the 4th century A.D., the Bible was still referred to in Latin as "Bibliotheca Divina", “The Divine Library”.
Crystal Bible® are now offered in three versions of the Holy Bible:
Now in production :
The Original King James Bible (also known as “The Authorized Version”)
The Biblia Sacra Vulgata or Latina Vulgata Bible (also known as “Saint Jerome’s Bible”)
The original Septuagint Bible
And we plan soon :
The Brazilian version " BIBLIA SAGRADA" (Portuges – Brazilian Bible)
The Russian version " Russian Synodal Bible " Historical facts about the RSB Russian Bible -Также на русском языке