Watch the Mission of the Modernized Geneva Bible
Read. Finish. Repeat.
The MGB New Testament is not an exact facsimile reprint intended for Reformation scholars.
We updated outdated words and syntax with modern English equivalents and haven't removed a single verse.
The thirteen thin volumes of the MGB New Testament are meant to be pulled off the shelf and read again and again; to be dog-eared and written in; to be consumed.
So on your 2nd or 22nd read, you discover new depths to the Word and grow closer to God in faith.
Focus on the Word.
Every design decision for this MGB New Testament was made to encourage daily Bible reading.
Unlike most readers’ editions, the MGB retains chapter and verse markings to allow you to keep track of Bible reading plans or sermon references.
The thirteen thin volumes are designed to be easy to take on-the-go, and quick to finish in a sitting or two, making daily progress visible and encouraging.
Old Testament is forthcoming.
Exactly what I expected to receive! Thanks!
Having individual books to read really helps me stay focused and get through more. To start, I’m reading it alongside my NKJV to watch for variations. I have several different translations and realized they are all study Bibles, there’s something sacred about simply reading my Lords Words without footnotes and commentary 😉 last year, I began using the Geneva Bible on you version and I love it, but it’s hard to read with the ancient style! Thank you for this wonderful translation. 💜
Very Easy to read, Very Easy to understand. Great Job in creating this product.
The bible arrived quickly and met my expectations!
"A great advance"
Its most felicitous turns have gone into the [KJV]...A man would need to unmake himself before he was an impartial critic.
"The Bible of choice"
for English-speaking Protestants...England was a Protestant nation, and the Geneva Bible was its sacred book.
"The most popular Bible"
throughout Shakespeare's lifetime...[His] references are often closer to the Geneva Bible than to any other.
"The People's Bible"
was deeply loved by English Protestants, and not only those of the more zealous sort
of Renaissance scholarship printing and Reformation Bible thoroughness