The New Testament Recovery Version was first published in 1985 by Living Stream Ministry. It embodies extensive research into the meaning of the original Greek text and expresses this meaning with English that is to the point, easy to understand, and readable. The Recovery Version contains numerous study aids, including the subject and background of each book; detailed, interpretive outlines; enlightening footnotes; valuable cross-references; and a variety of useful charts and maps. Visit our New Testament Recovery Version Bible page for details about these valuable features. For further information provided by the publisher, please visit their website at recoveryversion.org.
We believe the entire Holy Bible—Old and New Testament—is the complete and only divine revelation of God. However, we are a nonprofit organization and give away only the New Testament for free because of cost. For information about purchasing the Holy Bible Recovery Version (includes both the Old and New Testaments), please visit the publisher’s website: recoveryversion.org for hard copy and http://www.lsm.org/epublications.html for electronic copy.
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Free copies of the New Testament Recovery Version and books are limited to one copy per person. This allows us to give away free materials in as widespread a way as possible. If you have further questions regarding our order policy, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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No. Because of complications involved in shipping to prisons, including many Bibles being returned to us in a damaged condition, BfA no longer ships Bibles or other materials to prison inmates.