Current Bible Translation Bestsellers

April 24, 2009 at 2:11 am 2 comments

BIBLE TRANSLATIONS – Based on Dollar Sales

1 New International Version
2 King James Version
3 New King James Version
4 New Living Translation
5 Holman Christian Standard Bible
6 English Standard Version
7 The Message Eugene Peterson
8 New American Standard Bible update
9 Reina Valera 1960 (Spanish)
10 New Revised Standard Version

BIBLE TRANSLATIONS – Based on Unit Sales

1 New International Version
2 New King James Version
3 King James Version
4 New Living Translation
5 Holman Christian Standard Bible
6 English Standard Version
7 Reina Valera 1960 (Spanish)
8 The Message Eugene Peterson
9 New American Standard Bible update
10 International Children’s Bible

HCSB is down a couple spots but still edging out the ESV in both dollar and unit sales..

A listing of Bible Translations based on both dollar and unit sales rankings

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HCSB and HCSBse Revisions (Hebrews 11) Current Bible Translation Bestsellers

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  • 1. Terry T  |  April 24, 2009 at 9:45 pm

    That’s great, two months in a row. Now if the marketing guru’s at B and H would get with it they would really improve.

    I found the Gospel of John from the Apologetics study bible with all of the notes and article available for about a dollar at the bookstore yesterday. Funny thing, it is not showing on the B and H website or even available at the local Lifeway Bookstore.

    Really frustrating, a great translation may go the way of the gooney bird due to poor marketing.

  • 2. Scott  |  June 1, 2009 at 2:01 am

    In a recent email from Jim Baird of B&H the Second Edition of the HCSB is now scheduled for a fall 2010 release, with a potential release of the Study Bible in February 2010. My assumption (and only my assumption) is that due to heavy feedback they are still making revisions. All suggested revisions should be send to Ed Blum at B&H Publishing.

    Scott
    WanderingFriar

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