Bikol Popular Version (Marahay Na Bareta Biblia)

The Bikol Popular Version (BPV), commonly known as the Marahay Na Bareta Biblia, is a Bikolano translation of the Christian Bible and was published by Philippine Bible Society in 1992. The Marahay na Bareta Biblia is the perfect Bible for the modern Bikolano who prefers the Bikol Popular Version. Continue reading

e-Sword – Pangasinan Bible


The Pangasinan language (Pangasinan: Salitan Pangasinan; Spanish: Idioma pangasinense) is one of the twelve major languages in the Philippines.

The language is spoken by more than one and a half million Pangasinan people (indigenous speakers) in the province of Pangasinan alone. Pangasinan is also spoken in other Pangasinan communities in the Philippines, and by Pangasinan immigrants in the United States. Pangasinan is the primary language in the province of Pangasinan, located on the west central area of the island of Luzon along the Lingayen Gulf. Continue reading

e-Sword – Cebuano Bible (Bugna)

The ‘Bugna’ version contains the original New Testament from 1917.

The ‘Bugna’ designation is derived from the Cebuano name given to the book of Revelation.

The New Testament text generally follows the same Greek Received Text, which was used as a basis for the King James Version. Because of its similarity with the KJV it is also called the Cebuano King James Version. Continue reading