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The Tree of Life Version (TLV) speaks with a decidedly Jewish-friendly voice – a voice like the Bible authors themselves – to recover the authentic Hebraic context of the Bible and the Christian faith.
Messiah’s death and resurrection was not the beginning of a new religion but the fulfillment of the covenant God made with his chosen and called out people. Let’s remember that the first followers of the Messiah Yeshua (Christ Jesus) were Jews. Yet most Bible translations lose the connection to the Hebraic nature of the Bible. As a result, biblical books that were written to the Israelites, for Israelites, and about Israelites lose a critical element – their actual Jewish or Hebrew essence.

The Tree of Life Version (TLV) is a new Bible translation, produced by Messianic Jewish and Christian scholars, which highlights the rich Hebraic foundations of the Christian faith by restoring:
· the Jewish order of the books of the Old Testament
· the Hebrew name of the Messiah, Yeshua
· reverence for the four-letter name of God (YHVH)
· Hebrew transliterated terms, such as shalom, shofar, shabbat
· and more

See photos of few pages and an excerpt from the TLV Bible.

“Translated directly from the original Greek and Hebrew texts and vetted by some of our best and brightest Messianic theologians and scholars, this translation is true to its original Hebraic roots and idioms.” – Jonathan Bernis, Jewish Voice Ministries International

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Hardback | 1232 Pages | English | Published May 2016
Publisher: Baker Publishing Group

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An Authentic Jewish Translation of Holy Scripture

The Tree of Life Version (TLV) speaks with a decidedly Hebrew-friendly voice – a voice like the Bible authors themselves – to recover the authentic context of the Bible and the Christian faith. Messiah’s death and resurrection was not the beginning of a new religion but the fulfillment of the covenant God made with his chosen and called out people. Let’s remember that the first followers of the Messiah were Jews. Yet most Bible translations lose the connection to the Jewish and Hebraic nature of the Bible. As a result, biblical books that were written to the Israelites, for Israelites, and about Israelites lose a critical element – their actual Hebrew or Jewish essence.

The Tree of Life Version (TLV) is a new Bible translation, produced by Messianic Jewish and Christian scholars, which highlights the rich Hebraic foundations of the Christian faith by restoring:

· the Jewish order of the books of the Old Testament
· the Hebrew name of the Messiah, Yeshua
· reverence for the four-letter name of God (YHWH)
· Hebrew transliterated terms, such as shalom, shofar, shabbat
· and more

Discover the rich meaning of the Bible with this faithful new translation that is accurate, readable, reverential, and true to the Hebrew roots of the Christian faith.

Endorsements for the Tree of Life Version

“The Tree of Life Version is a miracle in motion.” – Jack Hayford

“I am so excited about this innovative new translation of the Bible. The Tree of Life Version is unlike any other Bible you’ve ever read. This Bible focuses on the Jewish roots that are so foundational to our Christian faith. With its relatable Hebrew language and authentic cultural context, you’ll gain a new appreciation for how the Bible was originally meant to be read and understood.” – Robert Morris, founding senior pastor, Gateway Church; bestselling author of The Blessed Life, From Dream to Destiny, and Truly Free

“This Bible is the collective work of this renewed Messianic Jewish community and the first and only of its kind. Translated directly from the original Greek and Hebrew texts and vetted by some of our best and brightest Messianic theologians and scholars, the translation is true to its original Hebraic roots and idiom. More than a historically important work, it represents the fulfillment of this prophetic, last days’ restoration and the re-establishment of the Jewish Remnant to their unique and important leadership role in the body of the Messiah.” – Jonathan Bernis, Jewish Voice Ministries International

“The Tree of Life Version combines dignity with readability. It is faithful to the original text while speaking in contemporary language, and it is highly sensitive to Messianic Jewish distinctives while at the same time serving the larger needs of the body as a whole.” – Michael Brown, PhD, AskDrBrown Ministries

“The TLV is the fulfillment of a long-awaited dream to have a complete translation by biblical scholars sensitive to the Hebraic character of both Testaments. The church has known since its earliest days that it has a spiritual indebtedness to the Jewish people (Rom. 15:27), since everything it holds dear came through Jewish hands. Unfortunately, this vital knowledge of the Jewish roots of Christianity is sorely lacking in the modern church. Fortunately, the TLV is now here to restore what has been lost at a time in history when it is needed most.” – Randall Price, PhD, distinguished research professor; executive director of Center for Judaic Studies, Liberty Biblical Museum

“When I read the TLV translation I found it refreshing and more than that, it was compelling. May God use it for his glory.” – Elmer L. Towns, cofounder and vice president, Liberty University

“We now have a project that is the first Messianic Jewish Bible that is the product of a mutually-accountable team that vets the translations so that they are not just the word of a particular individual. This is a milestone in Bible translation. The Tree of Life Version is excellent.” – Daniel Juster, ThD Restoration from Zion and Tikkun International

“Reading the Tree of Life Version has been for me like the spiritual equivalent of the first time I saw high-definition television: there was a lot more Jewishness in the biblical text than I had ‘seen’ reading other standard English translations.” – A. Boyd Luter, PhD, faculty in biblical studies, The King’s University; assistant professor of biblical studies, Liberty University School of Divinity

“The Tree of Life Version is not only exceptionally timely, but it breaks the mold for the translation industry itself. It captures the nuances of meanings in a way previous translations have missed.” – Carl Raschke, PhD

“Anyone wanting to read a Bible from a Jewish Christian perspective should read this one.” – James Merritt, lead pastor, Cross Pointe Church

“At last a translation that connects the apostolic writings with the Hebrew scriptures in a way that makes the Bible one seamless story. The Old Covenant Scriptures end with the story of Cyrus, the Persian king, rebuilding the temple in Jerusalem. The apostolic writings begin with the birth of Yeshua who is taken to that temple to be dedicated to the Lord.” – Don Finto, Caleb Company

“The Tree of Life Version of the Holy Scriptures is both sensitive to the Jewish people and faithful to the presentation of G-d’s Word. This wonderful translation will bless all who delve into its pages.” – Randy Weiss, PhD, Crosstalk International

“I wholeheartedly endorse the TLV version and encourage everyone to read it.” – Wayne Wilks Jr., PhD, executive pastor of Jewish Ministries, Gateway Church;
president, Messianic Jewish Bible Institute

“I am so excited about this innovative new translation of the Bible. The Tree of Life Version is unlike any other Bible you’ve ever read. This Bible focuses on the Jewish roots that are so foundational to our Christian faith. With its relatable Hebrew language and authentic cultural context, you’ll gain a new appreciation for how the Bible was originally meant to be read and understood.” – Robert Morris, founding senior pastor, Gateway Church; bestselling author of The Blessed Life, From Dream to Destiny, and Truly Free

“The true-to-life translation of the thinking of first century people comes out clearly as the disciples, religious leaders, and crowds wrestle with words and deeds of Israel’s Messiah and Lord.” – Dr. Jeffrey Feinberg, PHD, College of International Studies, Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics

“It is a joy to me to see an English translation of the scriptures which honors the translation practices of both Jewish and Christian traditions. With an overriding care for accuracy of translation, the translators have produced a translation which is reliable, easy to read, and understandable by readers from many faith traditions, while clearly deeply reflecting its Jewish heritage–not an easy task! I recommend the TLV for all who seriously want to know more about the ‘Jewishness’ of the scriptures–the freshness and vitality of the translation will invite the reader into a new appreciation of the ‘God of all time.'” – David Ross, PhD, president, Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics

Hardback | 1232 Pages | English | Published May 2016
Publisher: Baker Publishing Group
Translated by: The Messianic Jewish Family Bible Society – a nonprofit founded in 2008 to bring together Messianic Jewish and Christian scholars to translate a new version of the Bible called the Tree of Life Version (TLV). The TLV speaks with a decidedly Jewish-friendly voice – a voice like the Bible authors themselves – to recover the authentic context of the Bible and the Christian faith.
ISBN-10: 0801019133
ISBN-13: 978-0801019135

Additional information

Weight 0.7 kg
Dimensions 22 × 15 × 3 cm

4 reviews for TLV Thinline Bible, Holy Scriptures, Hardcover

  1. Emilia C

    I am really enjoying this translation. I recommend this to all Christians who would like to see the Truth from a Hebraic perspective.
    I really appreciate the capitalization of pronouns for Adonai (for YHWH), Yeshua and the Ruach ha-Kodesh (Holy Spirit). That is just a respectful practice that most translations miss all together.

  2. Dillon Ringo

    The Tree of Life Version of the Bible is the translation that I have been searching for for a long time. I first heard about this Bible when I saw it on the Johnathan Bernis show when he was interviewing Daniah Greenburg who is the Co=President of the Messianic Jewish Bible Society along with her husband Rabbi Mark Greenburg. After hearing her story about how the Bible project came ino existence I was very skeptical of the Bible thinking that it was probably just some stupid Bible translation that wasn’t any different then the NIV or the ESV except that it was for Jews, and Messianic Jews. Well God definently has a great way of humbling my heart because one day I actually opened up the Bible.org app that they had released and discovered that the Tree of Life Bible is definently not only a great translation, but is able to speak into the heart of the reader like never before! I was absolutely stunned as I was reading the Bible, and it literally felt like the Holy Spirit was breathing the words into my soul as I read the translation. Well God must have noticed this because a couple weeks later, I ended up getting an email about how the authors of the TLV were going to be at a conference, and they put their Youtube video up in order for people to watch it. I watched it honestly expecting it to be rather boring, but once again The Lord proved me wrong because the writers, editors, and translators were amazing in the fact that not only were they well educated, but they had amazing testimonies about what God had done in their lives, and how e had miraculously brought this strange team together in order to produce a new Bible with the Hebraic roots in mind, but it was geared towards a Christian, and Messianic Jewish audience. Well finally after seeing the video I finally downloaded the book onto my Kindle, and it is absolutely one of if not the best translations I’ve ever read. However the Tree of Life Version is of course not a perfect translation, and it does have its flaws at times, but no translation on this Earth will ever be the perfect translation, and I’m very glad that God was the inspiration behind this project. In Daniah’s own words this Translation truly is a restoration of the Bible by adding in the original Hebrew, and Jewish concepts of the Messiah that Christians have forgotten overtime. I would highly recommend this Bible to anybody, and it is very easy to read, and understand.

  3. Jon

    I bought the earlier version of this Bible before this one came out. They have come a long way with improvements.
    The Tree of Life version has several things that come to mind that differ from your more conventional Bibles…..The old testament books are in the original (Hebrew) order, which is quite different from your main stream Bibles, however it is easy to find the books with the (Contents) section in the beginning. The second thing that is very different is that they use some Hebrew names of some of the characters in the old and new testament. ie. (Yeshua instead of Jesus, Miriam instead of Mary, etc.) One thing I noticed that I thought could have been a bit better, was that the books were translated by a group of individuals, and I’m afraid that shows a bit, as they are not very consistent with the Hebrew names that they use (between the different books) sometimes they use the Hebrew, sometimes Greek. Other than that, I love this translation!

  4. Rhonda M

    I really like the feel and look of this TLV Bible. For the price, it’s hard to beat. The font is easy to read. We’ve bought them for our kids as well. Love the use of some of the Hebrew words in context.

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