Modern Language



The Modern Language Bible (MLB) is a revision of the Berkeley Version. It is also known as the New Berkeley Version in Modern English. A distinctive feature of the Modern Language Bible is the capitalization of pronouns referring to Diety, a custom among many Christian churches. Overall, the MLB is a simple, clear, and accurate translation, written in contemporary English. It is a useful tool to use in study, and in comparison with other versions of the Holy Bible.



The Modern Language Bible
Helpful chronological data, explanatory footnotes at the bottom of each page offer helpful background and detail, but avoid paraphrasing and personal interpretation. Weights, measures, and currency references translated into American standards. 9-point type; paragraph format for easy reading. Paperback.