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Arabic Bible (ABSVD)

Publisher:
, 1865

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Overview

Arabic Bible, Smith & Van Dyke translation

Please note that this resource currently requires the Arial Unicode MS font. While not publicly downloadable, Arial Unicode MS has the greatest depth of Arabic Unicode coverage amongst fonts with Arabic Unicode support that Logos users are likely to own.

  • Title: Arabic Bible (Smith & Van Dyke)
  • Publisher: Faithlife
  • Print Publication Date: 1865
  • Logos Release Date: 2003
  • Language: Arabic
  • Resources: 1
  • Format: Digital › Logos Research Edition
  • Subject: Bible › Arabic
  • Resource ID: LLS:1.0.290
  • Resource Type: Bible
  • Metadata Last Updated: 2019-07-26T20:36:13Z

Reviews

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  1. Andy O

    Andy O

    5/26/2021

    11111
    Needs vowels and other modern Arabic translations are still needing to be added too
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  2. Jack Kazanjyan

    Jack Kazanjyan

    11/30/2020

    33333
  3. Byounghak Lee

    Byounghak Lee

    10/11/2020

    11111
    There is no vowel signs. This is crucial. I have not found a Arabic bible software or application without vowel signs. Please do your effort. It is important for those looking for Arabic bible.
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  4. Yohanna Katanacho
    It is a helpful resource
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  5. George

    George

    5/14/2018

    55555
  6. George

    George

    5/14/2018

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  7. Ben Tidwell

    Ben Tidwell

    11/13/2017

    11111
    Doesn't include vowel marks. Explained to support that this is a weakness. Was told that this was standard in Arabic speaking lands. Tried to let them know that while true of newspapers, no revered book would appear without them. Was told I was wrong. Was living in Jordan learning Arabic from life-long local Christians for several years who said I wasn't. Useful if you're fluent for devotional reading, useless if you're learning or for real study. SVD is THE standard for scholarly Arabic study, so a real shame.
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  8. Leonardo Buscemi
    I am very glad to see that Verbum has at least one of the Arabic translations of the Bible. I had it with me on a recent trip to Morocco, and it was helpful to be able to pull it up when talking to people over there about Christ, especially where my Arabic speaking ability fails. I hope to see one or more of the more modern Arabic translations available soon. But this is a good start. I hope one day that they'll even have the words linked to an Arabic lexicon. THAT would be a great resource for missionaries and any Arabic language-lerners.
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  9. Ekkardt Sonntag
    Does this still have no vowels? Is this going to be fixed sometime? Thinking of buying, but need vowels.
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  10. David Foster

    David Foster

    8/26/2016

    33333

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