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New Spanish version of Bible released by LDS Church

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SALT LAKE CITY -- Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints can now purchase a new Spanish version of the Bible.

The LDS edition of the Holy Bible in Spanish contains new chapter headings, footnotes and cross-references.

LDS church leaders say the text of this Spanish Bible is based on the 1909 Reina-Valera Spanish Bible, which they, teams of translators, professional linguists and qualified Church members had reviewed.

Leaders hope it will help Spanish-speaking members develop a greater understanding of the Bible.

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