Quick Answer: Is there a KJV Bible in Spanish?

The classic Spanish translation of the Bible is that of Casiodoro de Reina, revised by Cipriano de Valera. It was for the use of the incipient Protestant movement and is widely regarded as the Spanish equivalent of the King James Version.

What is the Spanish version of the Bible?

The Dios Habla Hoy (DHH) is often used by Spanish speaking Catholics in Latin America and is considered an accepted translation of the Bible by many Christians.

How many Bible versions are there in Spanish?

There are about 20 other Spanish-language translations of the Bible. Many of those have been criticized for paraphrasing so heavily into today’s Spanish that the accuracy of the ancient text has been lost.

What is the most accurate Spanish Bible?

The Biblia Torres Amat appeared in 1825. Traditionalist Catholics consider this to be the best Spanish translation because it is direct translation from St. Jerome’s Latin Vulgate, like the English language Douay-Rheims Bible.

What is the best French Bible translation?

Among Catholics, the most notable contemporary French translation is La Bible de Jérusalem, available in English as The Jerusalem Bible, which appeared first in French in 1954 and was revised in 1973.

Which Bible is more accurate?

New American Standard Bible (NASB)

The New American Standard Bible (NASB) holds the reputation for being the “most accurate” Bible translation in English. This translation was first published in 1963, with the most recent edition being published in 1995.

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