What Makes this Hebrew Bible Different From All Others?
Most Israelis own a Bible, but do not read it at all. In the Narrated Bible, we will preserve the sacred Scriptures in Hebrew, and provide Modern Hebrew speakers with tools to understand what they are reading.
- An introduction to every section of the Biblical text
- Explanatory captions on each portion
- Whole Bible text in chronological order
- Dictionary of difficult or archaic words on each page
We have received the entire amount of $500,000 for the translation, editing, proofing and typesetting of the Narrated Bible in Chronological Order! This stage will be finished this year.
We have one last step to go! The printing of 5,000 copies.
Dear Maoz Partner,
You probably know by now that in Hebrew there is only one version of the Bible universally accepted by the Jewish people.
However, just like with every other people group, the Hebrew language has evolved over thousands of years.
In the Narrated Bible, we will preserve the sacred Scriptures in Hebrew, just as they have been for thousands of years. But we will provide Modern Hebrew speakers tools to understand what they are reading.
Most Israelis own a Bible. But most Israelis do not read the Bible at all.
This translation project truly is—first and foremost—for the average Israeli reader—believing and unbelieving alike. It is for the young, the elderly, secular or non-religious—most of whom have never considered opening a Bible after graduating from high school.
Today is the day God is calling His Jewish people back to Him.
We together have the privilege of pointing them to the Way—God’s Way!
Ari and Shira Sorko-Ram
Kobi and Shani Ferguson
P.S. As you send your gift, please consider an extra gift towards this final phase of the Bible project—the printing of God’s Word in Hebrew!