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What makes the Berean Standard Bible (BSB) unique?
Discover how the BSB compares to other translations of God’s word.
About the Berean Standard Bible
The Berean Standard Bible (BSB) is a completely new English translation of the Holy Bible based on the best available manuscripts and sources. Each word is connected back to Greek or Hebrew to produce a transparent text that can be studied for its root meanings.
Why Choose the BSB?
The Berean Standard Bible is a completely new translation based on the best available manuscripts and sources. Each word is connected back to the Greek or Hebrew text, resulting in a transparent and honest text that can be studied for its root meanings.
The Berean Standard Bible text is the result of a careful translation and styling process to maintain core meanings and produce an English text of high literary quality, effective for public reading, study, memorization, and evangelism.
We believe that the Scriptures are meant to be studied and shared freely. Just as Paul encouraged the churches to pass on his letters, we are developing digital resources that will be free to access and free to share in websites, apps and software.
What leaders are saying about the Berean Standard Bible
“I’ve been preaching and teaching from the Berean Standard Bible and must say what an outstanding translation you have produced! To God be the glory! What a beautiful-reading translation! I am so eager to introduce others to the BSB! Thank you for the tremendous work that you are doing in producing this translation! I assure you of my ongoing prayers for your efforts and for the worldwide use of the BSB — to the praise of our Savior’s name!”
“The King James Bible is the most literal one we had until the BSB, which far exceeds that in its accuracy, and I don’t know of any translation that captures the words, the tenses, etc. like yours. We are so in need of having the literal words which God spoke.”
“I love your literal Bible. So often when I am suspecting, with my limited Greek knowledge, what a verse is literally saying, I will read your version and it will confirm the truth. There is such a great need today for the literal words of the Scriptures. With all the careless translations of using thought for thought instead of the literal words of scripture, we are losing so much clarity and truth.”