The Armenian Bible is available online, or in print editions of the Armenian Bible, Armenian New Testament, and Children's Armenian Bible.
Armenian is spoken in Armenia, Turkey and Iran. (Middle East)
For more information, see SIL Ethnolgue code hye.
Armenian Bible to read online:
- The Unbound Bible can display 2 Armenian Bible versions in parallel with English and other languages.
- Online Eastern Armenian Bible
- Armenian Bible provided by the Bible Society of Lebanon.
- Free online verse-by-verse commentary for the Armenian Bible.
Armenian Bibles to purchase:
From American Bible Society:
- Armenian Bible - Eastern Armenian
- Large Size Armenian Bible (hardcover)
- Eastern Armenian Modern Bible (hardcover)
NOTE: This edition is usually available even though the pop-up says "not available." Please click pop-up for information.
- Western Armenian Bible (leather cover)
- Western Armenian Bible (hardcover)
- Western Armenian Large Print Reference Bible (hardcover)
- Bible in Armenian Modern (Ararat) (hardcover)
reproduced from the 1896 edition
- Bible in Armenian - 1929 version (hardcover)
Armenian New Testament:
- Armenian New Testament (leather bound)
- Armenian New Testament with Psalms (hardcover)
- Armenian New Testament (compact size hardcover)
- Today's Western Armenian New Testament (paperback)
- Today's Western Armenian New Testament (leather bound)
Armenian Catholicosate of Cilicia
Armenian Children's Bibles:
- Armenian Children's Bible (Hardcover)
- Armenian Children's Bible (Paperback) 114 pages
- Armenian Children's Picture Bible 174 illustrated stories; 200 pages
- Armenian Children's Colorful Bible (hardcover) 518 pages
- Western Armenian Children's Bible (Hardcover) 256 pages
- Armenian Illustrated Gospel for Children (Paperback) 56 pages
The "JESUS" Film, based on the Gospel of Luke, has been translated into Armenian. To order, visit jesusfilmstore.org. Or order by phone from Campus Crusade at 1-800-432-1997.
The Four Spiritual Laws gospel tract has been translated into Armenian. 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 Armenian.
Bible history: The Bible was first translated into Armenian in the year 411 A.D. Two translations of the Armenian bible are in common use today. Within Armenia, the Eastern Armenian version is the primary translation used. Armenians in various countries around the world use both the Western Armenian and the Eatern Armenian versions.
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