Section 9. The Most influential Translations of the Bible

80. Geneva Bible, 1560

Benjamin Crawford Collection, Birmingham, AL, USA

The Geneva Bible, printed in 1560 was translated by exiles in Geneva during the reign of the Catholic Queen Mary I of England; the Bible incorporated pro-Calvinist translations and readings, copious notes and maps and was a favorite for Puritans
The Geneva Bible, printed in 1560 was translated by exiles in Geneva during the reign of the Catholic Queen Mary I of England; the Bible incorporated pro-Calvinist translations and readings, copious notes and maps and was a favorite for Puritans