“The Whosoever Gospels”
Adapted from the ASV by Jim Henkel
Reader’s Edition: This edition contains none of the “Bibleness” that can serve as a roadblock to reading the Gospels. There are no double columns, no chapter and verse numbers, no notes or study helps, no commentary, no marginal renderings, no lists of related passages.
There is just the Gospel, the whole Gospel, and nothing but the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Chapter and Verse Edition: This edition keeps the double columns and chapter and verse numbers common to many English language Bibles.
This provides those who are already acquainted with the Gospels a familiar format for once again reading the testimony of Matthew. Mark, Luke, and John.
It also allows the reader to easily compare The Whosoever Gospels with other translations.
Kindle edition: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B010RHMIB4
Combined Edition: This edition presents the Reader’s Edition and the Chapter and Verse Edition back-to-back in the same volume.
Each edition keeps the identifying mark of Jim Henkel’s adaptation of the American Standard Version of the Gospels. Namely, this marvelous word: whosoever.
No other expression means “me too,” quite like a good, old-fashioned whosoever: “Whosoever has ears to hear, let him hear.” (Matthew 11:15).
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