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|Scriptures in Other Languages|
The Society has published Gospels, New Testaments and Bibles in many different languages. These are the results of many years of faithful and diligent translation work. A brief account of some of the languages that the Society has published Scriptures or Scripture portions can be view on the following webpages.
The Gospel according to John in Amharic was published in 2015. Work continues on translating the New Testament.
The TBS prints the 1865 Van Dyck Arabic Bible, a major language in the Middle East and the religious language of Muslims worldwide.
The Eastern Armenian Bible was published by the TBS in 2012. It has been reprinted twice and there is still strong demand for it.Armenian
The Society’s Bible in Catalan was first published in 2009; the majority of Catalan speakers live in Catalonia.Catalan
Chichewa, the most widely known language of Malawi, is spoken mostly in Malawi's central and southern regions.
The TBS is working on a new translation of the Bible in Chinese and the Gospel according to John was printed in 2017.Chinese
In 2013 a revision of the 1872 Lausanne Bible commenced with reference to the Martine Bible of 1707/1712.French
The TBS prints the Standard German Bible based on the 1912-1998 Luther Bible with minor corrections.German
Maori is spoken amongst the tribal people in New Zealand. The TBS has revised and printed the 1868 Maori Bible.
The TBS published a new translation of the Mongolian New Testament in the Cyrillic Mongolian script in 2017.
The TBS published a Ndebele Bible in 2012 for Ndebele speakers in Zimbabwe, which has been widely distributed.Ndebele
The TBS Nepali Bible was first published in 2011 and was principally done in the dialect spoken in India.Nepali
The Trinitarian Bible Society ACF Bible has received widespread acceptance in Brazil and across denominational boundaries.Portuguese
The third edition of the TBS Romanian Bible was printed in 2018 bringing the text closer to the Biblical languages.Romanian
The Trinitarian Bible Society continues to publish large quantities of the Russian Synodal Bible.
The Society has been working on the Spanish Bible revision project since 2006 and has published the New Testament.Spanish