What Others are Saying about the Third Milennium Bible

"The best thing about the Third Millennium Bible is that you have maintained your commitment to publishing Bibles that adhere to traditional Biblical language. In a politically correct age such as ours, a version of the Scriptures that avoids the pitfall of inclusive language is most welcome.

I have a great love for the historic liturgy, and find that your editions of the Scriptures perfectly complement the beauty of the liturgy and its great canticles. In a dignified and stately manner, the Bibles you produce point the reader unfailingly to the Savior who is the heart of the Scriptures. Thanks for keeping a classic edition of the Bible (AV) alive for today's readers."

--Rev. R.A. Abernethy, Trinity Lutheran Church, Park Hills, MO

"This translation preserves the traditional text, with its flowing cadences and elegant turns of phrase. But it updates words which have radically changed meaning over the centuries. It uses modern standards of punctuation, making the text more accessible to modern readers. The result is a thoroughly practical, while totally traditional, translation of the Bible. We use it for the readings in all of our services."

--Father Andrew, Orthodox monk at St. Michael's Skete, Cańones, NM, and editor of DOXA

"…We most highly commend the Third Millennium Bible as a masterpiece of English literature and would further its study and use by the faithful of the Ethiopian Orthodox Tawahedo Church and by all congregations affiliated with the historic traditions of Ethiopian Christendom, the sole, authentically African Christianity."

--Princess Esther Sellassie Antohin, Chief Executive Officer, the Imperial House of Sellassie

"It is so good to have a part in your efforts to promote a non-sectarian Bible and the traditional Greek text of the New Testament."

--Dr. Paul E. Bellino, Pastor, Atlanta's Church of all Nations, and Associate Professor of Bible, Atlanta School of Biblical Studies

"I want to express my profound admiration of your two remarkably accurate Bibles … It should be noted that the Third Millennium Bible does, in fact, historically represent the original King James Bible, which also contained the Apocrypha.

In our Jerusalem facilities and in our North American and African ministries, these Bibles have indeed become our preferred texts in all our teaching and research in the English language. We find they speak to the heart of the English believer with a greater fidelity of witness than any other Bibles we have ever used. Souls have been led to a closer walk with the Lord through the beauty and majesty of the Word of God presented in these Bibles. With every fiber in our being we recommend to the English world these two most faithful witnesses to the overwhelming love of our heavenly Father."

--Dr. Charles Bryant-Abraham, Director of the International Development, the AMI Jerusalem Center for Biblical Studies and Research, Jerusalem, Israel, and Associate Editor of Restore!, the quarterly journal of the Restoration Foundation, Atlanta, GA

"The Third Millennium Bible is the fountain pen of Bibles! Truly, it handles and reads like a fine writing instrument. It is majestic, yet understandable. It is complete since it includes the Apocrypha/Deuterocanonical books. …Reading this Bible will equip you for reading the Christian classics since they were often modeled after KJV English.

Pick up this fine Bible. Go forward by going back to a Bible that sounds like God's Word. Its words flow like a fountain pen. It will slow you down. You will have to take time to read God's words. This Bible will change you! Your mind will never be the same!"

--The Right Reverend Michael B. Davidson, Bishop, Central Province of the Charismatic Episcopal Church, Cathedral Church of the King, Olathe, Kansas

"I was greatly impressed with two things: the capitalization of pronouns that refer to Deity and with the retention of the 'Thee'.… This can really have an…effect on the proper understanding of the Bible. So, praise God. And Glory to His Name for your proper preservation of 'Thee'."

--Russ Hughes, Bible teacher, Greenbush, MI

"The Third Millennium Bible is being universally and enthusiastically acclaimed by Orthodox bishops, priests, monks and scholars of all Orthodox jurisdictions both old and new calendar. This is a traditional Bible that every Orthodox Christian can trust. It should be in every Orthodox home and church."

--Author and publisher Frank Schaeffer, Regina Orthodox Press, Salisbury, MA

"…[I]t preserved the noble language and dignified cadence of the traditional KJV, changing only those words that are incomprehensible to most educated readers of today. The relatively few words that have been updated are those that have disappeared from the language or that convey a meaning substantially different from the meaning generally understood in 1611. …Otherwise, except for this small body of words, this version is identical to the venerable 1611 KJV, maintaining the beauty and majesty of the splendid original. …Traditional versions of the Holy Bible are to be preferred over street-language versions."

--Father James Thornton, Russian Orthodox priest, California, published in The New American

"This work is unique for two main reasons: it restores that lofty English that has been lost with the newer translations, and it includes all the books from the original Authorized Version. I am thrilled that the Third Millennium Bible includes the Deuterocanonical books. This will provide an alternative for all Catholics who are unable to purchase a Bible that does not use 'gender-neutered' language.

The preface's brief discussion about the meaning of the Word of God versus what the text actually says is right on target. This is the heart of the controversy and answers the conundrum why there is so much resistance to keeping what the text says versus what modern bias thinks the text ought to say."

--Father Stephen Zigrang, Catholic priest, St. Andrew's Parish, Channelview, Texas