Which Spanish Bible should I use?
RVR60 – Reina Valera 1960
This is the Spanish equivalent of the King James Version. There are at least six other Reina Valera Versions but the 1960 translation remains the most popular. This is a good Bible version to use if you are planning to travel to a Spanish speaking Latin country.
How many Spanish versions of the Bible are there?
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.
Is RVR the same as KJV?
This handsome book includes the complete New Testament in the popular Reina Valera Revisada (RVR 1960) and the time-honored King James Version (KJV) in English. … Fine quality lightweight paper allows for ease of reading while keeping the book a conveinant size.
What is Reina Valera version in English?
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What is the Spanish word for Bible?
[ˈbaɪbl ] Biblia f. the Holy Bible la Santa Biblia.
What are the books of the Bible in Spanish?
Terms in this set (66)
- Génesis. Genesis.
- Éxodo. Exodus.
- Levítico. Leviticus.
- Números. Numbers.
- Deuteronomio. Deuteronomy.
- Josué Joshua.
- Jueces. Judges.
- Rut. Ruth.
What does RVR 1960 Bible mean?
The King James version of the Bible is the version that was approved and endorsed for translation by the English Monarchy. The Reina – Valera is a revised translation of the Bible in Spanish.