Today the entire Bible is translated into over three hundred languages and dialects, and portions are available in 1,600 additional languages—ranging from English, German, French, and Chinese to Welsh, Icelandic, and Cherokee Indian. But who gave us these Bibles? They came from individuals who committed their lives to the arduous work of translating the Bible out of the early Hebrew, Greek, Latin, and Aramaic texts into everyday spoken languages.
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