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Good news bible by Bible Society

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For over twenty-five years the Good News Bible has been the most popular, truly easy-to-read Bible, offering a trustworthy translation based on the best original Greek and Hebrew sources. Ideal for the individual reader and used in thousands of schools and churches.

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