Arabic Bible

Arabic Bibles are available online, and in print editions of the Arabic Bible, Arabic New Testament, bilingual Arabic Bibles, and Arabic Children's Bible.

Arabic is indigenous to Saudi Arabia. Variations of Arabic are spoken in many countries.
For more information, see SIL Ethnologue code arb.

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Christian Books

The "JESUS" Film, based on the Gospel of Luke, has been translated into 7 dialects of Arabic. To order, visit Or order by phone from Campus Crusade at 1-800-432-1997.

The Four Spiritual Laws gospel tract has been translated into Arabic and Egyptian Arabic. Download a free pdf or purchase the Print Your Own Gospel Tracts CD from Campus Crusade.

Thru the Bible, the classic five-year radio Bible study with Dr. J. Vernon McGee, is broadcast daily on the internet in Arabic.

Find more Arabic Gospel Videos, Tracts and Other Resources at Ethnic Harvest's main site.

History: Translations of the Bible into Arabic are known from the early Christian churches in Syria, Egypt, Malta and Spain. The Van Dyck Version is a popular Protestant translation which was completed in 1865. The Book of Life (also known as the New Arabic Version), similar to the English NIV translation, was completed in 1988 and is widely circulated. Today's Arabic Version (also known as the Good News Arabic or the Ecumenical Version) ia a Bible Society publication, released in 1992. It is similar to the English NIV. The Noble Gospel (Al-Injeel Al-Shareef) is an easy-to-read New Testament version, released in 1990.

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