The most widely-used Arabic cross-reference Bible is over a hundred years old. Produced in 1905, it has been one of the popular Bible resources for Church leaders and teachers in the whole Arabic-speaking world.
After 10 years of work, reviewing and adding references and footnotes to bring the reader closer to the original text, the Bible Society of Egypt launched the newly revised Arabic Van Dyck Cross-Reference Bible in 2014.
The final result is a much more attractive and easy-to-read layout, using the fully vowelled text along with all of the reference indicators. Reader’s aids have been included, such as the dictionary of hard words, supplemental maps and charts, and a handy reference guide to various Bible passages.
This essential resource will serve the individual in personal study, local congregations and study groups. For more information, write to firstname.lastname@example.org