The Reina-Valera Spanish version of the Bible is a true classic among Spanish-speaking Christian scholars, clerics and Church members. This version is the result of the revision made in 1602 by Cipriano de Valera on the Spanish translation by Casiodoro de Reina. Both authors were Catholic monks expelled due to their sympathies to Lutheranism. Their version of the Bible is still widely used today, mainly among Protestants and different Evangelical Christian denominations. We can say that it is the Spanish equivalent to King James' version of the Bible. BibleMaximum has included this important work among the many different Bible versions they offer for their BibleMax software. As with other Bible modules, this one fully interacts with other Commentaries and References modules installed in the core program. You can read any given commentary or reference by clicking on the hyperlink at the right of the Bible verse. Also, you can read the verse mentioned in any given reference or commentary by placing the cursor on the hyperlinked verse number in the reference; a pop-up window will appear showing the Bible text. By clicking on the hyperlink, the verse will appear in the Bible window, showing the verse in context.
You can get this translation of the Bible, along with many other versions, commentaries, devotionals and other texts by ordering the free CD and paying only the duplication, printing, postage and handling costs.
- A classical Spanish translation
- It only works with BibleMax software
- Can be obtained only by ordering the free CD