Which book is called Bible of France?
Gutenberg Bible of the New York Public Library.
Substantially complete copies.
|Holding institution||Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris|
What is the best Bible in French?
Among Catholics, the most notable contemporary French translation is La Bible de Jérusalem, available in English as The Jerusalem Bible, which appeared first in French in 1954 and was revised in 1973.
When was the first French Bible?
The first complete French Bible was produced in the 13th century at the University of Paris, and toward the end of that century Guyart des Moulins executed his Bible historiale.
Is there a King James Bible in French?
La Bible (Louis Segond 1910) French Bible : French equivalent of the English King James Version.
How many French versions of the Bible are there?
With regards to your French-learning journey, you should know that there are three notable French translations of the Bible (which we’ll get into below).
Which book was considered as the Bible of the French Revolution?
Rousseau’s Le Contract Social (1762) as the “Bible of the Revolution”