The holy bible in Armenian - Western Armenian NT (WA53). It's free
This simple and user friendly app is an easier way to feel God’s word in your heart and to feel heaven closer to you and your loved ones. Carry your Bible anytime and anywhere you go, and read your Bible app wherever and whenever you want enlighten your mind.
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The Armenian Bible is due to Saint Mesrob's early 5th century translation, armenian bible online. The first monument of Armenian literature is the version of the Holy Scriptures. Isaac, western armenian bible, says Moses of Chorene, made a translation of the Bible from the Syriac text about 411. This work must have been considered imperfect, for soon afterwards John of Egheghiatz and Joseph of Baghin were sent to Edessa to translate the Scriptures, bible in armenian. They journeyed as far as Constantinople, and brought back with them authentic copies of the Greek text, eastern armenian bible. With the help of other copies obtained from Alexandria the Bible was translated again from the Greek according to the text of the Septuagint and Origen's Hexapla. This version, armenian bible society, now in use in the Armenian Church, was completed about 434.