Thursday, June 16, 2011


In a nod to the revolutionary changes occurring in publishing, the new complete Common English Bible ( @CommonEngBible) is now debuting in 20 digital platforms, almost two months before print editions will be available in stores. It's currently online at along with a search widget users can download to their blogs and websites.

The digital editions of the Common English Bible are Kindle, iPad, iPhone, Nook, Sony, Olivetree, Logos, BibleWorks, Accordance Software, ChristianBook, Kobo, OverDrive, Blio, Copia, Lightning Source, and YouVersion. The introductory suggested retail price of all electronic versions is $5.95 and will increase to the regular suggested retail price of $9.95 September 1. The new translation will also be searchable through Bible Gateway (, and Bible Study Tools (

This is the first time the Common English Bible is available in its complete form including the Old Testament, and available with the Apocrypha. The New Testament was released August 2010.


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Tina said...

Where can I download the CEB to my kindle? I am so happy about this new translation. It will be very helpful for use in my current WIP.
God Bless,