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The historic 1525 New Testament, 1530 Pentateuch and 1531 book of Jonah, translated by Tyndale, with remaining portions supplemented by 1611 King James Bible. (Original Early-Modern English & spelling!) Appended with an exhaustive concordance of Hebrew, Aramaic and Greek dictionaries. (Quick-link from root word definition to verse location!) This study Bible version called, William Tyndale Bible Supplemental KJV with Strong's Concordance, comes complete with both the Old Testament (OT) and New Testament (NT). Also includes topical outline of every chapter; all content optimized for mobile, touch and e-reader devices. OVER 369,000 LINKS! The portable Holy Bible at your fingertips... ready to read, study and share! [First Gospel Publications: ISBN 978-1-62314-231-5]DOWNLOAD this eBookAmazon Kindle devices!Apple iPad/iPhone/iPod!Barnes & Noble Nook!
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Whether you are citing a print or online version of the Bible, the in-text citation format remains the same. You will need the Bible verse you are quoting, including the book name, chapter number, and verse number. For longer book names, you will use an abbreviated version in your in-text citation (MLA Handbook). For example, abbreviate the book of Genesis as Gen. Shorter books can be completely written out, such as Mark.
You need to include the italicized title of the Bible, which should match the italicized title on your reference page, at the beginning of your first in-text citation. The remaining in-text citations should only include the book name, chapter, and verse number.
To cite a Bible verse in MLA style, it is important that you know some basic information such as the Bible version, year, chapter number, verse number, and/or URL (uniform resource locator). The templates for an in-text citation and works cited list entry of a Bible verse, along with examples, are given below: