The First Spanish Bible. Translated by Cassiodoro de Reina (c. 1520 – 1594), a Spanish Reformer, and native of Seville, who escaped from Spain about 1577. His translation of the Old Testament is based on the Hebrew, for which purpose he followed mainly the Latin translation of Sanctes Pagninus (though he evidently had a knowledge of Hebrew). For the New Testament, he seems to have expected to incorporate a version which in 1567 was being printed in Paris; and he was obliged to prepare his own translation, basing it on the Greek editions in print.

Genesis

Exodus


Leviticus


Numbers


Deuteronomy


Joshua


Judges


Ruth

1 Samuel

2 Samuel


1 Kings


2 Kings


1 Chronicles


2 Chronicles


Prayer of Mannesah

Ezra

Nehemiah

3rd Esdras

4th Esdras


Tobit


Judith

Esther

Job

Psalms


Proverbs


Ecclesiastes


Song of Solomon


Wisdom of Solomon


Ecclesiasticus


Isaiah

Jeremiah - Baruch

Lamentations


Ezekial

Daniel


Hosea


Joel


Amos

Obadiah

Jonah

Micah


Nahum


Habakkuk


Zephaniah


Haggai


Zechariah


Malachai

1 Maccabees

2 Maccabees

Matthew

Mark


Luke


John


Romans


I Corinthians


II Corinthians


Galatians

Ephesians


Philippians

Colossians


I Thessalonians

II Thessalonians


I Timothy


II Timothy


Titus


Philemon


Hebrews


Acts

James


I Peter


II Peter


I, II & III John

Jude

Revelation


Introduction

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