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Holy Bible: Evangelical Heritage Version



Translated faithfully from the original Greek and Hebrew, the EHV proclaims the gospel of salvation through faith in Jesus Christ. The expressions, imagery, and style of the original texts are there, giving readers a lasting picture of God’s grace and mercy for a lost human race.

This translation will feel both fresh and familiar to you. The readable style of the EHV will help you understand clearly what God is revealing through his Word.

To help you get the most out of your study, the EHV includes:

  • Brief introductions for each book
  • Topical section headings
  • Footnotes for deeper understanding
  • References to parallel passages
  • References to Old Testament quotations

With a text that remains reliable and trustworthy, yet at the same time readable and familiar, the EHV honors the heritage of the church, which has handed down the Word of God for generations.

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  • Offers a balanced translation, suitable for all-purpose use in the church
  • Seeks a balance between literal and dynamic equivalent theories of translation
  • Contains references to parallel passages and Old Testament quotations

In the Logos edition, this volume is enhanced by amazing functionality. Important terms link to dictionaries, encyclopedias, and a wealth of other resources in your digital library. Perform powerful searches to find exactly what you’re looking for. Take the discussion with you using tablet and mobile apps. With Logos Bible Software, the most efficient and comprehensive research tools are in one place, so you get the most out of your study.

The Wartburg Project is an association of Lutheran professors, pastors, teachers, and laypeople who worked together to produce a new translation of the Bible.


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  2. Glenn Crouch

    Glenn Crouch


    As a Lutheran Pastor I was keen to read this new translation from an American Lutheran source. One of the goals was to achieve a balance of “old” and “new” - and it seems to me that this is achieved better in the Old Testament than in the New Testament - especially the Letters. Whilst I found the Old Testament, as a whole, very readable in this translation - I often came away feeling that the language used in Paul’s letters seemed a bit dated. I realise that others would see this differently. I also thought it was a bit light in the footnotes in regards translation choices compared to NIV or ESV. So will be sticking with NIV2011 as my primary version - but will be included this in my reference list.

  3. David Karow

    David Karow


  4. NG



    I am from Hong Kong ALS. Thanks!

  5. Richard Tuttle
  6. Seth A Georgson
  7. John Meyer

    John Meyer


    Accessible and faithful translation. Well done!

  8. Paul



  9. Kelly Salzwedel
    Downloaded mine today! SO HAPPY! Now to get my hands on a paper copy of the EHV Study Bible. Microsoft has the Study Bible version and I am jealous, but I will take this happily for now.

  10. Gregory Sitzman