The Holy Bible in its Original Order is an extraordinary Bible - unique in two ways. First, it is the only complete Bible every published - with both the Old and New Testaments - that accurately follows the original canonical or manuscript order as recognized by most scholars.
In addition, once the original order of the 49 books has been restored, the Seven Divisions of the Bible are also re-established.
The Old Testament contains 1) The Law, 2) the Prophets, 3) and the The Writings.
The New Testament contains 4)The Gospel and the Acts, 5) The General Epistles, 6) The Epistles of Paul, 7) The book of Revelation.
With this restoration to the first century manuscript order, a purpseful design, symmetry and story flow order of the Bible become more readily apparent.
It is a little known historican fact that the original manuscript order of both the Old and New Testament books was altered by early Church fathers. The Holy Bible in its Original Order includes commentaries that trace precisely how the Bible erroneously came to be in its present 66-book format - revealing how and why its books were mysteriously repositioned from their original order by fourth century "editors."
Second, this version is a new translation - an accurate version - that reflects the true meaning of the original Hebrew and Greek with fidelity and accuracy, showing the unity of the scripture between the Old and New testaments.
Today, in the face of ramant religious confusion, those who read and study the English Bible deserve a quality translation that can be trusted. The new Original Order version uses modern English but retains the original grace, accuracy, and grandeur of the King James version, and eliminated archaic English terms from the Middle Ages such as thee, thou, ghost, hath, and shalt.
Included are over 250 pages of vital commentaries and appendices covering virtually every aspect of the history, preservation and canonization of the Bible as well as covering numerous teachings of Jesus and the apostles. Historical chronologies, detailed footnotes and marginal references are also included.