Is it possible for a Bible translation to be added?

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Shoresh David | Forum Activity | Posted: Wed, Jul 3 2019 1:09 PM

Greetings Everyone,

With so many Christians these days wanting to get a better understanding of the Judaeo Christian roots of their faith, the Tree of Life (TLV) version of the Bible really comes in handy. Many in our community have a copy and enjoy using it in their Bible studies.

The TLV is made by "Tree of Life Bible Society" (a not-for-profit organization) and is available in both hard copy and electronic formats.  You can find the TLV on YouVersion, BibleGateway.com, and Olive Tree.

Would it be possible for the Tree of Life to be added to Biblia.com and RefTagger? This would really help out our leaders when putting together sermons.

In Messiah,
Chris 

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Shoresh David | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Jul 5 2019 12:26 PM

That's good to know. Smile   Though right now we're just looking to see if it's possible for the Tree of Life (TLV) Bible to be added to biblia.com and bible.faithlife.com (websites that are both maintained by Faithlife and probably working off the same database).  If the TLV was added then it could be publicly viewable and available for Bible study and reference.

As the Tree of Life Bible Society wants the TLV made as widely available as possible, it should be fairly simple to get an electronic copy onto bible.faithlife.com.  If anyone at Faithlife is willing to do this, we could connect them with Tree of Life Bible Society since our leader happens to have their contact information. Yes

Blessings,
Chris

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Reuben Helmuth | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Jul 7 2019 3:55 AM

The resources available on bible.faithlife.com depends on the resources that you own. If you own TLV, it will be available on that website.

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Levi Durfey | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Jul 7 2019 4:32 AM

Reuben Helmuth:

The resources available on bible.faithlife.com depends on the resources that you own. If you own TLV, it will be available on that website.

Not in the case of Bibles. There are 51 Bibles currently available for reading to anyone on both these websites. Just go to one of the sites and sign out of your account, you'll see. The OP is asking that the TLV be added to that list.

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Shoresh David | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Jul 8 2019 2:00 PM

You are absolutely correct, Levi. 

I personally don't own an ESV, AMP, TCSB, LEB, YLT, et cetera, yet those Bibles appear on biblia.com and bible.faithlife.com. The one that seems to be missing is the Tree of Life Version (TLV), and so we have to go to BibleGateway.com for that. Sad

Regards,
Chris

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