Louis Segond French Bible FREE
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This is the classic French equivalent of the English King James Version. The Louis Segond Bible or LSG Bible was published in 1910 by Alliance Biblique Universelle.

Louis Segond (October 3, 1810 – June 18, 1885), was a Swiss theologian who translated the Bible into French from the original texts in Hebrew and Greek.

He was born in Plainpalais, near Geneva. After studying theology in Geneva, Strasbourg and Bonn, he was pastor of the Geneva National Church in Chêne-Bougeries, then from 1872, Professor of Old Testament in Geneva.

The translation of the Old Testament, commissioned by the Vénérable Compagnie des Pasteurs de Genève, was published in two volumes in 1871 (Meusel has 1874 as the publication date), followed by the New Testament, translated as a private venture, in 1880.

The text was then reviewed by experts. The result is the 1910 revision that is now freely available on Internet.

This app consists of all 66 books in the Premier Testament and Le Nouveau Testament as follows:

Genèse
Exode
Lévitique
Nombres
Deutéronome
Josué
Juges
Ruth
1 Samuel
2 Samuel
1 Rois
2 Rois
1 Chroniques
2 Chroniques
Esdras
Néhémie
Esther
Job
Psaumes
Proverbes
Ecclésiaste
Cantique des Cantiques
Ésaïe
Jérémie
Lamentations
Ézéchiel
Daniel
Osée
Joël
Amos
Abdias
Jonas
Michée
Nahum
Habacuc
Sophonie
Aggée
Zacharie
Malachie
Matthieu
Marc
Luc
Jean
Actes
Romains
1 Corinthiens
2 Corinthiens
Galates
Éphésiens
Philippiens
Colossiens
1 Thessaloniciens
2 Thessaloniciens
1 Timothée
2 Timothée
Tite
Philémon
Hébreux
Jacques
1 Pierre
2 Pierre
1 Jean
2 Jean
3 Jean
Jude
Apocalypse

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Content rating: Everyone

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