Founded in 1816, the Norwegian Bible Society sought to make the Bible available to the Norwegian people. While it produced many translations, none were as popular as the 1978/85 and 2011 translations. The 1978/85 translation, Norway’s most widely used translation, was a complete revision of previous Norwegian translations. The 2011 translation, based on the original Hebrew and Greek, became Norway’s best-selling book the same year it was released. The Norwegian Bible Collection includes Bible translations in both the primary Norwegian languages: Bokmål and Nynorsk. Each Bible includes explanatory notes, a glossary, timetables, maps, and readings for Sunday’s service.
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- Includes two Bible translations in Norway’s primary languages: Bokmål and Nynorsk
- Contains numerous maps and explanatory notes, as well as timetables and Sunday service readings
- Provides readable yet accurate translations
- Title: Norwegian Bible Collection
- Publisher: Det Norske Bibelselskapet (Norwegian Bible Society)
- Volumes: 4
- Pages: 5,894