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2015 Bible Translation statistics #2 November 26, 2015

Posted by P, J, or J in Bible Translation, Statistics, wycliffe.
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Out of nearly 7,000 languages in use on the planet nearly 3,000 languages now have at least one book of the Bible, the rest don’t. So how many languages do you think still need scripture?

The answer involves a lot more than simple maths. (or ‘math’ for those speaking US English)

As promised in the last post Wycliffe Global Alliance now has a new info graphic of the latest statistics on Bible Translation progress. Click here for a version on prezi.com and check out your answer in the FAQs at wycliffe.net

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