Modern Armenian Versions. You can choose a different translation of the Bible by selecting from the drop-down menu above. Even more, as the word Asdvadzashoonch implies, the Armenian Church attaches great importance to the Bible and does not view it as just another book. The New Testament was published in 1834. Armenian Reading. The publication date and copyright status of this text are unknown. Closed to visitors in order to contain spread of Coronavirus; Ararat-Armenian: Other resources for the Bible in the Armenian Language; Joshua Project; ethnologue.com; findabible.net; Bible publication dates; First Bible publication in this language was in 1995. First portion was published in 1831. Matthew Mark Luke John Acts Romans In the tradition of the Armenian Church, Continue Reading → Posted in Easter, Feasts, Forty Days, Great Lent, Lent, News items | Tagged 40 days, Bible reading, Church Services, Easter, Fasting, Great Lent, Lent, Prayers, preparation to Easter. Facebook: Recent Posts. There are two great literary dialects of modern Armenian, in which it was necessary to publish the Bible, since the ancient Armenian (called Grapar, or "written") is no longer generally understood. Search. 1. The American missionaries have taken the lead in translating Holy Scripture into both. II. Armenian is composed of 7 vowels and 31 consonants. Read the 'Armenian (Western): New Testament' translation of the Bible. Western Armenian Bible (NT) Contents Start Reading This is a Western Armenian translation of the New Testament of the Bible. Choose a book from the list on the left, or start reading one of the suggested stories below. If you're trying to practice your Armenian Reading then the page below should help. The Aremnian alphabet was developed around 405 AD, but it is not until around 425 AD that the Bible was first translated into Armenian language. It is part of the bible talking about love. Read the 'Armenian (Eastern): (Genesis, Exodus, Gospels)' translation of the Bible. Modern Western Armenian Bible translated from English : Web: www.ArmenianChurchLibrary.com: Please note that the Armenian Apostolic Church, along with all Orthodox and Catholic Churches, recognizes the Deuterocanonical books (e.g., Wisdom of Solomon/Book of Wisdom, Tobit, Judith, 1 & 2 Maccabees, etc.) •The history and evolution of the Bible. Some of the Bible texts available are; Armenian Genesis Translation, Holy Bible-Eastern Armenian New Translation and the Western Armenian Bible. The first section is in Armenian and the second part is in English. Choose a book from the list on the left, or start reading one of the suggested stories below. as Holy Scripture. In Armenian, we refer to the Bible as Asdvadzashoonch, i.e., the “Breath of God.” The Armenian Church believes that the Bible is God-inspired. You will be able to sharpen your comprehension and understanding of the sample text below. The Complete Bible was published in 1883. You can choose a different translation of the Bible by selecting from the drop-down menu above.