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Translated by: William (Bill) Morford

The One New Man Bible brings a greater understanding of and appreciation for the power given to believers for their daily walk. The Jewish Roots of Christianity come to life in The One New Man Bible. Hebrew is a very expressive language, so this translation brings out much of the power that has commonly been omitted from traditional English translations.


Ephesians 2:14.For He is our peace, the One Who has made both things into one and Who has loosed the dividing wall of the fence, cause of the enmity to His flesh, 15. by His nullifying the tradition of the commandments by decrees, so that He could create the two, Jewish and non-Jewish, into One New Man, establishing peace 16. so He could reconcile both in one body to God through the cross, as God killed their enmity by means of Y’shua. 17. And when He came He proclaimed the Good News of peace to you, to those far away, and peace to those near: 18. because through Him we both have the introduction to the Father by means of one Spirit. 19. Therefore then, you are no longer aliens and strangers, but you are fellow citizens of the saints and members of the household of God, 20. building upon the foundation of the apostles and prophets, Messiah Y’shua being His cornerstone, 21. in Whom the whole building being constructed is being fit together into a holy sanctuary in the Lord, 22. and in Whom you are built together into a habitation of God by the Spirit.


This passage, a letter originally written to Gentiles and former heathens, tells us that all are to worship the Living God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, The King of the Universe, the God Who became flesh and walked among us.


The One New Man Bible will help the Church understand and appreciate its Jewish Roots, and finally recognize that Y’shua (Jesus) was born Jewish, that He grew up Jewish, and that He is the same today as He was then. (Hebrews 13:8) Readers will understand that the Scriptures Y’shua, and every New Testament author, embraced (irreverently called Old Testament by the Church) are alive and relevant for believers today. As a proof of God’s perfect plan for His perfect Word, readers will discover that Matthew flows, as if a continuous stream, out of the book of Chronicles. Only God could have done this!


The One New Man Bible has been written to help present day believers move toward God’s perfect plan to create One New Man, bringing Jewish and non-Jewish together. The Hebrew Scriptures are in the traditional Jewish book order, and although different from the Christian book order, it is easy to learn the sequence. This Bible is very easy to read through, Genesis to Revelation.


Scripture translated with the power and meaning of the original language intact comes alive! One early surprise is in Genesis 12:1 when God does not say “Go” to Abram, but “Get yourself out of here!” Later He tells Moses to order Pharaoh to “Send My people away!” instead of pleading “Let My people go.” These passages are the literal translation from the Hebrew.


The One New Man Bible includes more than 4,000 footnotes and the massive one hundred seventy page Glossary describes various first century Jewish customs and explains Hebrew Scriptures, such as Leviticus 14, which on the surface is about cleansing a leper, but has a much deeper meaning.


Many Jewish sources were studied to bring the Scriptures to life, including many modern as well as ancient Jewish commentaries. Those studies bring real depth to the subjects in the Glossary, but even more importantly they give insight into the thinking of the New Testament authors, the Apostles, and especially Y’shua. It is important for those of us reading in the twenty-first century to understand what a word or expression meant to those who wrote the passages in Bible times.


The Torah, the first five books of the One New Man Bible, is divided into weekly readings over the course of a year. These weekly readings coincide with the weekly Scriptures every synagogue in the world will be reading each Sabbath.


The New Testament of the One New Man Bible was translated into English from the United Bible Society’s Fourth Edition Greek text, which employs Textual Criticism to determine which of the more than five thousand ancient Greek manuscripts of the New Testament were closest to what the authors wrote in the first century.


Some words have been translated differently because the traditional translation conveys something not intended by the author. One of those words is the Greek word Ekklesia, which means a gathering of citizens called out from their homes into some public place. Implicit in Ekklesia is a summoning, so this is not just a collection of people, but people called out to a public meeting for a particular purpose. Ekklesia is commonly translated church, but because of our association of church with both a building and an organization, in this translation, Ekklesia is translated congregation.


The Greek word Nomos has nearly always been translated Law, even when used for the Hebrew word Torah. Torah does not mean Law. It means Teaching. When you see Torah in this translation, do not think Law, but of the Loving God teaching His children, offering an outline to guide them for a better way of life.


This translation has as its goal to be a very readable text that flows from one book to another while preserving much of the Jewish flavor, especially the Jewishness of Y’shua, and much of the power in the Hebrew and Greek expressions.


One New Man Translation NIV
Gn. 15:6.And he believed in the LORD*, and He counted it to him for acts of loving kindness. Gn 15:6 Abram believed the LORD, and he credited it to him as righteousness.
Gn. 18:19. For I know him, that he will command his children and his household after him and they will keep the Way of the LORD*, to do acts of loving kindness and judgment, so the LORD* may bring upon Abraham that which He has spoken of him.” Gn 18:19 For I have chosen him, so that he will direct his children and his household after him to keep the way of the LORD by doing what is right and just, so that the LORD will bring about for Abraham what he has promised him.
Gn. 24:12. And he said, “LORD* God of my master Abraham, Make something happen right in front of me today, and act gracefully with my master. Gn 24:12 Then he prayed, “LORD, God of my master Abraham, make me successful today, and show kindness to my master Abraham.
Priestly Blessing Priestly Blessing
Nu. 6:22. And the LORD* spoke to Moses saying,23. “Speak to Aaron and to his sons saying, In this way you will bless the children of Israel, saying to them,24. ‘The LORD* will bless you and He will keep you.25. The LORD* will make His face to shine upon you and He will be gracious to you.26. The LORD* will lift His countenance to you and He will establish Shalom for you.’ 27. And they will put My name upon the children of Israel and I will bless them.” Nu 6:22 The LORD said to Moses, 23 “Tell Aaron and his sons, ‘This is how you are to bless the Israelites. Say to them: 24 “‘“The LORD bless you 
and keep you; 
25 the LORD make his face shine on you 
and be gracious to you; 
26 the LORD turn his face toward you 
and give you peace.”’
Ex. 7:16. And you will say to him, ‘The LORD* God of the Hebrews has sent me to you saying, Send My people away! So they can serve Me in the wilderness. And behold, till now you would not listen. Ex 7:16 Then say to him, ‘The LORD, the God of the Hebrews, has sent me to say to you: Let my people go, so that they may worship me in the wilderness. But until now you have not listened.
Amos 3:3. Can two walk together unless they meet?! Amos 3:3 Do two walk together 
unless they have agreed to do so?
Ps. 19:15. The words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart will be acceptable in Your sight, LORD*, my Rock and my Redeemer. Ps. 19:14 May these words of my mouth and this meditation of my heart 
be pleasing in your sight, 
LORD, my Rock and my Redeemer.
Ps. 150:6. Everyone who has breath will praise the LORD*! HalleluYah! Ps. 150:6 Let everything that has breath praise the LORD. Praise the LORD.


170 thoughts on “About the Bible

  1. James 4:17 The word “Him” should not be capitalized, correct? One person interpreted your capitalization as meaning the sin was attributed to God as a sin He committed! Ridiculous I know, but that’s the meaning this person got from the capitalized “Him.”

  2. good day,
    I was impressed watching ‘its supernatural’, I love the word of God with all my heart. I would like to know if the One New Man bible is in book stores, can I get one in South Africa? or is it only through internet?


    • Hi Charlotta,

      Thank you for asking. I have sent your anote to the publisher who can answer this. I do know others in S.A. have gotten the ONMB.

      Blessings, Bill

  3. I am a firm believer of YESHUA HAMAASHIAH and I love the word of God in its accuracy and in its purity. I started with the NIV bible in my early years of knowing the Lord and I read it voraciously and then I was led to the NKJV and finally the KJV. I had a problem with the italics in the KJV as it disrupted my flow in the word of God and finally, I am waiting for my ONENEWMAN bible which I ordered after I saw your talk on Sid Roth’s it supernatural which I tremendously enjoyed watching !
    I believe that God wants me to have the ONENEWMAN BIBLE as it captures most of the mood and the essence of the WORD of God.
    I hope we can communicate with each other often.
    Formally I was of the SIKH FAITH and I came to know the Lord Yeshua as my Lord and Saviour, not by any man’s preaching but directly as I opened a Gideon bible and my eyes fell of COLLOSIONS 1:15 and the Holy Spirit has been my guide and companion all these years!
    humbly in Yeshua’s Name …baldave

  4. Hello,

    First, I am excited to learn about ‘One New Man’ Bible, ‘Thank You’. Second, I’m a Gentile whose eyes are being open about my Jewish Roots and soooooo desire to learn more and study more. So, where should I start? How should I start? NO MORE tradition for my family and me.

    Much gratitude for your help!

    • Hi Shellon,

      This bible is a good place to start. A good start is to honor the seasons of the Lord, from Leviticus 23. My book on those, God’s Rhythm of Life, is available from this publisher.

      Blessings, Bill

  5. My question is…does this come in the King James Version…..I really dislike other versions…as it is difficult to follow along and try to test your memory..and suddently…it is not phrased the same…thus,really leaving you wondering if you memorized it correctly in the first place….

    • Hi Bonnie,

      This very definitely is not a King James Version. One New Man translates accurately, not by tradition, so the tenses of verbs are translated accurately as are the moods. The Priestly Blessing of Numbers 6:24 ff reads “The Lord will bless you..” It is not May the Lord bless. The Hebrew words translated accurately bring out the power of the Hebrew Language instead of masking the power that God put there. Read Truth or Tradition elsewhere on this website.

      Blessings, Bill

  6. Dear Bro Morford, The most important subject of Scripture I
    believe, is Him. He commanded that we NOT take is Mighty
    Name for “nothing”, literally erasing it from His Word. I know,
    “lord” is not a name, and I have seen and heard so many differ-
    ant spellings and pronunciations of His Name. So when I read
    our lord, or the lord, I translate to: Our Saviour, or the Saviour .
    Why, can’t we refer to Him the ONE Title that only refers to Him,
    and Him alone as Thee Saviour. No other “god” had even dared
    to call himself “Saviour” ! But time and time again, you read
    and hear “lord” being used when it has NO direct reference to
    Him. And about the Jews being “offended” if we speak His true Name or even write it? What about “offending” HIM, isn’t
    He the ONE you would NOT want to offend? The “sturdier”
    version would be the ONE version that re-stores His Righteous Name and Title to His Kadosh Scripture as it was
    in the beginning !! Shalom alechem….Truth Hunter !

    • Hi Nancy,

      For starters, there is no agreement on the pronunciation of His Name, so whatever spelling is chosen will also present problems. Y’shua called Him Father and that is what I use. LORD* signifies the Name. Lord does not signify the Name.

      Blessings, Bill

    • Hi An,

      Yes. Accuracy was our aim in this project, with much encouragement from a true Hebrew scholar, Rabbi Eliezer Ben-Yehuda. There are words that even the best Hebrew-English lexicon has incorrectly documented. One common one is translating a word as fear that means revere and another continuing the English tradition of Isa. 41:8 as “..Abraham My friend” when it is really “..Abraham who loves Me.” This is significant because God loves everyone equally, but relationship with God is determined by how much any individual loves Him.

      Blessings, Bill

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  8. Bill,

    Thank you for all of the time and effort that you have committed in preparing this translation. My question is whether this translation is from modern Hebrew and Greek or ancient Hebrew and classical Greek? also what texts were these translated from? My concern is modern Hebrew is less than 150 years old and therefor may have suffered some of the same translation problems as other bible translations? it would seem difficult for someone from the 19th century to fully realize the customs, traditions and idioms of ancient Israel rather than the more recent Hebrew traditions that have evolved greatly from antiquity. Wouldn’t the Septuagint have been a closer identification of the original context? also many of the deuterocanonical books were found in the Septuagint and were later removed by the Rabbi’s and followed by the Church. I have been a born again Christian for as long as I can remember but only recently found out at age 47 that my mother was adopted and was in fact a Levite. I have spent the last 3 years studying Jewish customs, traditions and idioms but have a long way to go yet. If your translation is the most accurate translation available it would be a blessing.


    • Hi Mike,

      Thank you for asking these thought-provoking questions. Knowing the sources of Hebrew and Greek is important. The Hebrew of this bible is from the Masoretic Text, which goes back to the second or third century AD, and matches the Dead Sea Scrolls very, very closely, with almost no changes. The Hebrew of the first century, which Y’shua spoke is basically unchanged from the oldest Hebrew documents, with the only changes being in the formation of certain letters, not in text. Some bible translations use other Hebrew texts, but generally do not identify the text. One way to tell is in Psalm 81:4, where some add a phrase referring to a full moon. I have refrained from learning modern, conversational Hebrew because some words are translated differently from bible times. The differences are not great but they do exist. The Septuagint is not used because it was not copied with the care of the Masoretic text and it was translated into Greek by Hellenists, not scribes. See Greek texts and also Hellenists in Glossary. I have a Septuagint and cross-reference fairly often. The apochryphal books were not in the original Septuagint, but added later.

      The Greek New Testament text is the 4th edition UBS text of Koine Greek in which the scriptures were written. Koine is somewhat different from Classical Greek and very different from modern Greek.

      Blessings, Bill

  9. Dear Dr Morford,
    Firstly greetings and Shalom in the name of The Lord Y’shua.
    I came across your work in Sid Roth’s show which I watched on You Tube. The more I read some commentaries on the revitalization of the Bible, the more I became curious. And decided to check local Christian stores for it but only 1 carried it although it was out-of-stock. I decided after feeling compelled, to check it out in Amazon and have purchased it online and yesterday received email that it was being shipped to my country, Malaysia.

    Dr., I have some questions that perhaps you could shed some light or direct me to find more information as follows;
    1. Why was 44 books such as the Jubilee, Book of Enoch, etc., was removed from the list?
    2. Since I have not received ONM Bible, what is the verse on the ’666′ translated here. I am making comparing to the comment made by Walid Shoebat with regards to that in the NKJV it was not properly translated
    Thank you and God Bless.


    • Hi Zac,

      Thank you for writing and for ordering the One New Man Bible.

      The books you call removed were those added by the Roman Church and were not initially canonized. They are still in the Latin Vulgate and were in the original KJV, but dropped shortly thereafter. Coverdale in the 16th century separated the apocryphal books and placed them between the testaments. Those books were written in Hebrew but were never part of Hebrew canon.

      On 666, the verse is: The one who has understanding must count the number of the beast, for it is a number of mankind, and its number is six hundred sixty-six.

      Blessings, Bill

  10. Dear Mr. Morford,

    Shalom. I am a Sephardic-American Jewish woman married to a wonderful Jewish man (with an Ashkenazi background). We are both believers in Yeshua, our Messiah. I grew up in a non-believing home (though Jewish, claiming to be Christian), forced to go to Sunday school and was taught about Messiah.

    I knew the Bible was the key to getting clues I needed to know who Messiah is for myself. There was always a problem reading the KJV….I couldn’t get past thee, thou and thine. Besides, Yeshua never spoke in flowery King James English! As I grew in my walk with God, the 1611 King James never made sense. It’s now in the basement. After my mikvah in 1983, I read the KJV, NKJV, NIV & CJB (Complete Jewish Bible). There’s been trouble reading each one.

    I’m coping with the Interlinear and found it has typos and missing Scripture passages, so I’m not happy with it, either. It does have the Hebrew with the English underneath it, so that helps.

    The word church appears nowhere in the New Covenant. Church means circle or coven. The Greek word is ecclesia which means called-out ones or kehilat. In the Jewish Bible, the Old Covenant begins with Genesis (Beer’sheet) and ends with II Chronicles, not Malachi. Yet, Yeshua always quoted from Torah and Tanakh, since the Renewed Covenant was written after His Ascension. Also 41 books were removed from the original Jewish Bible, including the Book of Enoch among others by the Council of Laodicea.

    Therefore, it would stand to reason that the Old Covenant should end with the 4 gospels. Just my opinion. The Renewed Covenant should begin with Acts and end with Revelation. In Rev. 22:18, Yeshua said “For I testify together with everyone hearing the words of the prophecy of this Book: if anyone adds to these things, God (YHVH) will add upon him the plagues having been written in this Book; Verse 19: And if anyone takes away from the words of the Book of this prophecy, God will take away his part from the Book of Life, and out of the holy city, and of the things having been written in this Book.”

    My husband and I are very interested in purchasing the One New Man Bible. Thanks in advance for obeying YHVH and restoring the Jewishness of the Bible. This is as it should be and the way our Heavenly Father intended.

    • Hi AJ,

      Thank you for your wonderful post.

      I am looking forward to hearing from you when you have a copy of the One New Man Bible.

      Blessings, Bill

  11. DEAR mr.morford i want to thank for this bible it has open my eyes on the way the bible speaks and on how the god should be spoken i love this bible it we are so hung on the king james bible and it has misqoute the lod word so much and omitted so verses that people dont know why some preacher dont underthe king james bible becaue the dont research to understand what it means mr. morford i take the (img) book i have compared it with the bible everything that is the book is in the one man bible it is the true bible mr.morford i would like say people refused to excepte jesus as the son of god but hear god has sent rabbi BEN-YEHUDA,ELIEZER to give us the ture word of god people most understand hear god has used one of his on people to give us the true word thats the protestand and pentecostal are to quick to judge the ture word of before listening to the word god before the speak and they need to read (Jer31:31, Act1:8) on how a gentile can be saved i have all most thirty king james bible i use for my bible class only i closing i would like to say tha i am a chaplain and this is my true bible this is where i get all my true knowlege and understanding from this is the true word of if took you twenty years to to put this bible together and you taught by his great-grandson this is not fly night bible it the bible of all bible if people use the glossary the correct the bible will begin to speak to mr. morford i stand with you all the way thank you this bible it is the word of god speaking in the form thank you and god bless you!!!

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  13. I hope I will hear back from someone regarding my problem. I purchased the One New Man Bible through Amazon. Have enjoyed getting to know and using it. However on page 824 Zechariah 10 there is a ink smear and part of vs 1 and 2 are not readable. I contacted Amazon and I sent an email to the publisher. Have not had any response. Can you help me?

  14. Hi,

    I would really love to read the ONMB, can you tell me if a digital version is being released at some point? On iBooks/iTunes?

    Many thanks

  15. Hi Bill,

    I’ve been having a great time learning how the Torah applies to us today as Christians although we are not Jewish. The clarification is so welcomed. It helps make everything make sense. Thank you again.
    However, the reason for this message is to ask your permission to add your link to our website. We would like to support you in whatever small way we can and I felt that would be a very good way to do that.

    • Hi Maria,

      Thank you for writing and for your comments. To link to this website you need to go through the publisher, who will be delighted to work with you. Contact the publisher at info@tppress.com.

      Blessings, Bill

  16. Greetings and blessings in the name of our Creator, YWH and His Son
    Yahshua h’Machiach.
    I’m so enthralled with your One New Man Bible. It is absolutely awesome. I read some of the negative comments made about this wonderful book. I’m reminded of the criticisms Yahshua recieved when He tried to teach the truth to the people of His time. Are we greater than our Teacher? I think not.
    I’ve learned early in life that, 1. people don’t like change, 2. they are more ready to accept a lie than the truth. I for one, have been seeking my Father’s Truth, so I am ever so grateful to you for bringing that truth to the forefront with your book.
    I pastor a small congregation and I too, attempt to teach the Word in its full truth, without man’s inadequate input. I have found it is much easier to teach those who have no knowledge, than those who have incorrect knowledge.
    Not only have you answered many of my questions, but you have also confirmed many of the revelations I have received from Ruach ha Kodesh (Holy Spirit).
    I was especially happy for the confirmation regarding “The Law” Prior to reading your explanation, I have been teaching that they were YWH’s guide for how we are to live our lives and not so much laws.
    Since we are still a small group, I plan to purchase a book for each household so that we will be studying from the same book.
    Again, thank you for this wonderful teaching tool. The best I have come across to date. It’s not easy to swim against the current. I plan to check out your other works. Keep up the great work.
    May YWH continue to bless you in your life and in all that you do. We will be praying for you and your ministry. It is sooo needed in these last days.

    Pastor, Capstone Ministries International

    • Hi Maria,

      Thank you so much for your message! You are to be conratulated and you will be blessed for seeking only to know Him and teach only the TRUTH! You will be greatly blessed for for your efforts and your courage.

      Blessings, Bill

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  18. I live in Cape Agulhas, Western Cape, South Africa, and would really love to have THE ONE NEW MAN BIBLE.
    How do I go about in getting one.
    I do have credit card facilities.
    Please help me!

    Thanking you
    Kind Regards

    • Hi Carita,
      You can either purchase directly from True Potential at 1-864-836-4111 or you can contact these books stores to see if they stock the One New Man Bible.

      P O BOX 551
      CAPE TOWN, 8000
      South Africa
      Phone: (2721)-406-4805

      20 SMUTS AVE/-IAAN20
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      Phone: (2716)-440-7000

      Hope this helps. Let us know if you have any other questions.
      True Potential

  19. How is this different from the jewish bible which my husband uses? Would it be enough different that he would notice?

    • Hi Amy,

      The difference is that tenses are translated properly, so the Priestly Blessing is “The LORD* will bless you..” and so on many many times. Words translated by tradition are translated literally, so we are told to revere God, not to fear Him. There are more than 4300 footnotes explaining Jewish customs and Hebrew words. Your husband will definitely notice the difference.

      Blessings, Bill

  20. I really wanted a copy of this bible until I read the negative report on amazon. I can understand how the translation can be what it is but I cannot understand the rearranging of the books. Can you expound and explain that to me? I’ve heard others say this has been changed up as much as the watchtower bible. Please end this confusion about your Bible.

    • Hi Mary,

      There are very good reasons for the differences in the One New Man Bible. The book order is that of the Hebrew Masoretic text, the standard Hebrew. This book order is much easier to learn than our traditional, and flows beautifuly. The differences in translation are because this is as literal as possible and as correct as possible. Our traditional English translations are quite traditional, continuing to use Latin words instead of translating them, and continuing to use incorrect verb tenses and conjugations. The priestly blessing is not “May the Lord bless..” It is “The Lord will bless..” The end of that blessing is not “..give you peace.” It is “..establish you in shalom.” There is a footnote telling about the significance of shalom, that it is much more than peace. Many other passages have still more power and meaning, but all are literal, and not one verse has been manipulated. Look at the blog to see just a few and look also at “About the Bible.”

      Let me know your thoughts.

      Blessings, Bill

      • Thanks Bill for answering my question so promptly. What does the new testament in this bible say about grace, women, and keeping the old laws, especially as in Acts 15:29, eph. 2:8-9 ? and can I get a refund from Sid roth if I order this Bible and am not happy with it?
        THANK YOU!

        • Hi Mary,

          Acts 15:29 does not have the word Grace, so I do not know what you are looking for. Acts 15:29. “to abstain from meat offered to idols and from blood and strangled animals and immorality, you will do well to keep yourselves from these. Farewell” Eph. 2:8 says, “For you are saved by grace through faith. And this is not from yourselves, it is the gift of God: 9. it is not from works, so that not anyone could boast.”

          Concerning women, the One New Man Bible translates all the feminine names as feminine, so Romans 16 lists 10 women and 14 men. It also translates Phoebe as a minister and a woman set over others. There are no old laws in the bible since “law” is an incorrect translation of Torah. “Law” comes from the early English translations which were made from Latin. “Law” is in modern translations by tradition, not by accurate translation.

          I do not know if Sid Roth would give your money back, you will have to ask. Amazon would.

          Blessings, Bill

          • when you say there are no old laws in this bible, I get confused. Jesus said he came to give us a new and better covenant. would you explain this difference?
            also, are you a Christian? I saw a post on here that made me want to ask you this.

          • Hi Mary,

            I am definitely and firmly a Bible-believing Christian. You are confused by various traditional readings in other translations. The ONM Bible is radical only in seeking truth and eshewing inaccurate translations. Some doctrines, like those using the word “law”, have been the object of attention. Jesus came to bring the Gospel of God’s love to all humanity, which hundreds of years of missionary activity have been fulfilling. In Matthew 5:17 & 18 He said “Do not think that I came to do away with, or to bring an incorrect interpretation to, the Torah or the Prophets: I did not come to do away with but to bring spiritual abundance, for the Torah (Teaching) to be obeyed as it should be and God’s promises to receive fulfillment. 18. For truly I say to you: until the sky and the Earth would pass away, not one yod or one vav could ever pass away from the Torah (Teaching), until everything would come to pass. (Luke 16:17, Heb. 10:28) 19. Therefore, whoever would break one of the least of these commandments, and would teach people this way, will be called least in the Kingdom of the Heavens: but whoever would do the commandments and would teach them, will be called great in the Kingdom of the Heavens. 20. For I say to you that unless your righteousness would be present in abundance more than that of the scribes and Pharisees, you could not enter the Kingdom of the Heavens.”

            There are 5 footnotes for these verses, so you need to have the ONM Bible to get full understanding, but in v. 18 as long as we have a sky and an earth, not even the smallest letters in the Torah (God’s teachings) will be dropped. That means that what Jesus and the apostles referred to as Scripture should be studied and considered very important to each of us.

            Let me know when you get the ONM Bible and feel free to ask any question.

            Blessings, Bill

  21. .
    my question is on romans 3:27 Torah by faith: dia nomou pisteos
    liteally in law of trust ?
    Is their ” OF ” in the hebraic conscience ?
    Is it synanomous with “BY” ?
    I recommend people the One New Man Bible to all to revolutionize there
    thinking from western thought to a biblical one . Thank you

  22. Hello Mr. Morford,

    I am so confused, should Jewish people in Messiah follow the Torah, and should Gentile Christians follow the Law of Noah? Are Jews called to follow the Torah in Messiah, while Gentile Christians don’t need to?

    So many people think that the Torah is abolished because Y’shua was the fullfillment of the Torah, is that true? And can you give me bible verses to prove your stance on this subjuct, please. Thank you.

    • Hi Aaron,

      This from the book of Matthew will answer some of your question:
      Teaching about the Torah (Teaching)
      5:17. “Do not think that I came to do away with, or to bring an incorrect interpretation to, the Torah or the Prophets: I did not come to do away with but to bring spiritual abundance, for the Torah (Teaching) to be obeyed as it should be and God’s promises to receive fulfillment. 18. For truly I say to you: until the sky and the Earth would pass away, not one yod or one vav could ever pass away from the Torah (Teaching), until everything would come to pass. (Luke 16:17, Heb. 10:28) 19. Therefore, whoever would break one of the least of these commandments, and would teach people this way, will be called least in the Kingdom of the Heavens: but whoever would do the commandments and would teach them, will be called great in the Kingdom of the Heavens. 20. For I say to you that unless your righteousness would be present in abundance more than that of the scribes and Pharisees, you could not enter the Kingdom of the Heavens.”

      Translating the Hebrew word Torah and the Greek word Nomos as “Law” has done great harm to the words of Jesus, Y’shua. The quote above gives Y’shua’s thoughts on that. Christians are to follow Scripture, not just the Noahide laws, but with a few exceptions that are listed in the Glossary of One New Man Bible.

      Blessings, Bill

    • Submitted on 2013/01/05 at 15:03 | In reply to Aaron.

      Hi Aaron,

      This from the book of Matthew will answer some of your question:
      Teaching about the Torah (Teaching)
      5:17. “Do not think that I came to do away with, or to bring an incorrect interpretation to, the Torah or the Prophets: I did not come to do away with but to bring spiritual abundance, for the Torah (Teaching) to be obeyed as it should be and God’s promises to receive fulfillment. 18. For truly I say to you: until the sky and the Earth would pass away, not one yod or one vav could ever pass away from the Torah (Teaching), until everything would come to pass. (Luke 16:17, Heb. 10:28) 19. Therefore, whoever would break one of the least of these commandments, and would teach people this way, will be called least in the Kingdom of the Heavens: but whoever would do the commandments and would teach them, will be called great in the Kingdom of the Heavens. 20. For I say to you that unless your righteousness would be present in abundance more than that of the scribes and Pharisees, you could not enter the Kingdom of the Heavens.”

      Translating the Hebrew word Torah and the Greek word Nomos as “Law” has done great harm to the words of Jesus, Y’shua. The quote above, especially verse 18, gives Y’shua’s thoughts on that. There certainly is a parallel to the Noahide laws, but Christians are to follow Scripture, only with a few exceptions that are listed in the Glossary of One New Man Bible.

      Blessings, Bill

  23. David,

    As much as you want to speed up, what you need to do is slow down. God’s plan for your life will be revealed to you when you are ready for it. Settle down, stay in the Word, and learn patience. Then God will speak clearly. You have a long way to go, so ejoy every step, because life is one step at a time, one day at a time. Slow down and focus on God.

    Blessings, Bill

  24. I honestly don’t have a clue why Jehovah made me the way I am. He obviosly isn’t calling me to solve the social problems of others, since I have a hard enough time solving my own. That pretty much elliminates any major social ministry. I find it much easier to socialize online so maybe He’s calling me to an online ministry. Or maybe forget ministry, I have musical talent, so maybe He’s calling me to be a musician. My best school subjects are Math, Reading, and Science, so maybe He’s calling me to be a Mathematician, Scientist, or book critic. I’m also awesome at creative writing, so maybe He’s calling me to be a writer. It’s so confusing.

  25. Thank you Bill
    I have been studying the
    ONB for one whole year and it was
    An eye opener to this day .
    In going to buy your other books
    Thank you again for allowing God
    To use you in a powerful way .
    Ill be praying for you for more
    Insight and tv programs
    Have a better year!

  26. Bill,
    Would you follow me on twitter so I could send you direct messages, which are much more private and easier to access than comment threads on a website. Follow me @dsandrock101
    David Paul Sandrock

    P. S. I know that I have two awesome biblical names and I think its pretty sweet!

  27. You know the factor that made me decide I want the ONMB was that Sid Roth recomended. I have such a high regard for that modern day prophet that I have to work to remember that he is just a man. Sometimes when I’m watching “It’s Supernatural” I half imagine him as the archanfel Michael, which by the way is who the JW’s think Jesus is. Now, I don’t believe that of either Jesus or Sid. Jesus is to awesome, Sid has too many “human” flaws. But I do believe that the Holy Spirit speaks through Sid just as he spake through the mouth of Christ. Christian means Christ-like so it makes sense that happened through Jesus would also happen through a modern day Apostle like Sid.

  28. I personally can’t make up my mind, so I think you might be able to shed some light on areas that I am not aware of. I mean each translation has something cool about it. For instance, the KJV’s actual text isn’t copywrited so I could print a partial or full KJV in whatever format I want and not have to ask permission. The Amplified is full of clarifying ,
    meanings in the text and in footnotes. The NIV is short and to the point as well as readable. The NASB is the most accurate of the four. See what I mean?

    • The New American Standard was my father’s favorite. He was graduate of a Baptist seminary, but he died more than 50 years ago. Personally, I do not like any of the currently available bacause they have too much tradition in them, which brings up the need to do the One New Man Bible.

      Blessings, Bill

      • Really? I personally find the scholarly acuracy of the Amplified Bible to mark it as one of the best. Another fabulous version is the New King James. I also think the translators of the King James Version had the right idea when they didn’t copyright the actual text.

        • Don’t answer that! I got the ONMB and it blows any other version away. I wish our church library had one. If I wasn’t so effing broke, I would buy some more copies to give as gifts.

  29. Could you possibly give me a list of the scriptures or verses that have been left out of the One New Man Bible in comparison with the NKJV. I love your bible but would rather it had listed in footnote if verse was removed for comparison. Thankyou.

    • Hi Mary,

      The list of omitted verses is extremely short, because essentially all have been put in using italics to identify a passage that was added in later centuries. It is possible one or two were not put back. The Power New Testament omitted those verses that were known to have been added in later centuries, but they were put back in italics for the One New Man Bible. Those are footnoted, giving the century of the addition.

      You may also be thinking of the Hebrew Scriptures where some verse numbers are different, for instance in Malachi there is no fourth chapter because the Hebrew text just continues the third chapter, adding the appropriate verse numbers.

      Blessings, Bill

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  33. I greet you in the name of almighty YHWH and His Word Yahshua h’Machiach.

    As a follower of Yahshua and a student of the Hebrew roots of our faith this Bible translation is of particular interest. I currently am using the Halleluyah Scriptures and the Scriptures versions of the Bible, primarily the Halleluyah Scriptures because of the care they have given to the translation. I am a firm believer that in order for us to fully understand the words of our Elohim, we must strip away the 20th Century, western mindset and begin to look at and understand the Scriptures from a first century Hebraic mindset. Hebrew is such an incredible language and much is lost when we try to translate and then understand it from our little western mindsets.

    What I would like to know is how does this translation compare to the Halleluyah Scriptures translation? I love the fact that the Halleluyah translation does a good job of keeping the Hebrew names intact, as well as the individual names of the Books within the Bible. Many of the words we accept in todays versions of Yahwehs word are of pagan origin, in fact, many would be shocked to learn just what words are of pagan origin.

    I would really like to see a side by side comparison/review of the various Hebrew Roots bible that are out there today, the Hebrew Roots movement is growing and will continue to grow. These translations are filling a void in the Bible market and are a blessing to the faith.

    Shalom Alechiem

    • Hi Shawn,

      What makes the One New Man Bible so different is thranslation of the Hebrew and Greek text, not the transliteration of the Hebrew names. That text carries the power of the Hebrew and Greek, which is where others are weak. Not being familiar with the Hallelujah Scriptures, you will have to tell us of the comparison. Please do.

      Blessings & shalom, Bill

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  35. I am enjoying the One New Man Bible very much. But when I reached Hosea 3:5 it reads this After the children of Isreal will return and seek the LORD* their God and David their King, and will come trembling toS the LORD* and His goodness in the latter days. It seems like something is missing. What is toS??? Please can you give me the answers. If something is misprinted then I would like to know so I can at least correct it in my Bible here. Thank you once again for the Blessing of your diligence in giving us the One New Man Bible.

  36. Any news yet about a paperback copy? We cannot afford to buy the current bible with delivery to the UK. The only copys i have found over here are on ebay for extortionate amounts of money. I was really exited about getting a copy when i borrowed a friends to read but im getting to the point of giving up ever having one of my own. I thought that a great bible like this would be easily availible in most countries by now. God bless.

      • I personally don’t understand why you are always telling people to ask the publisher about this or that. Don’t you realize that as the translator you have the ultimate authority on what happens to the material in your translation. You are the one who has to give the ok on any new editions or outside replications of your material.

  37. Dear Mr. Moreford:

    In my eagerness to purchase a copy of the *New One Man Bible;* I read the following critical review on Amazon. All the reviews were very positive–with this exception. Today there is a small; but growing (and conroversial) movement among believers to learn about, and immerse themselves in; their Jewish “roots.” The amazon reviewer feels that this translation is trying to put us “back under the law.” One other thing that puzzles me: If the word translated “Law” is not really law; how can these be commands that required the shedding of blood if they were broken? Here is the Amazon review:

    This review is from: One New Man Bible (Kindle Edition)
    I watched the Its supernatural tV with Bill Morford and his new translation. In my opinion this translation has many flaws. FIrst of which is that Mr. Morford changes the order of books instead of the minor prophets and Ezra and Nehemiah and the carrying away to babylon it goes from Chronicles to Mathew.
    There also is a change from the Law of the Torah to the teachings of the Torah thereby putting beleivers under the law, Mr. Morford appears to be a modern day judaiser who takes great liberties in changing scriptures
    to show the superiority of Messianic Jews over plain Heathen christains like most of us. James is a reiteration of Jacob som there was not a King James conspriacy to make the scriptures less Jewish. Although, the first Christans were Jew, Gentiles were part of the very early church also.
    So far, no one has taken such liberties with the Word of God to change it except the Watch Tower Society.
    Just because Jesus was a Jew doesnt mean we have change the order of books, claim that reiterations of names are a conspiracy to downplay Jewishness. Remember, that Mr. Morford sat under a hebrew scholar who was not
    christian. So, this bad translation IS based on the opinions of someone who is not a beleiver.
    No, the torah contains the law and was fulfilled by The Cross. There is no need to take the prejudiced opinion
    of a non christian rabbi and push a new compliance to the teachings of the torah when Jesus fulfilled the law.
    This interpetitation is very disturbing and is very prideful. Read Galations, Ephesians, 2 Corinthians, Romans

    Thank you!

    Brian Dougan

    • Hi Brian,

      My quest has been to find truth, not to defend Christian traditions and not to teach Jewish traditions – just to declare the Truth in the word of God. Jesus said in Matt. 4:17,18, as long there are a sky and an earth that not one Yod or Vav woulod drop from Torah. Torah is important because it means teaching – not law, so forget all you have read and heard about not being under Law. Our heavenly Father knows that not one of us is perfect, which we also must acknowledge. So He is teaching us as we strive to continually do better each year that we live. It is important to move past the teachings of men and the mindsets resulting from those teachings so we can accept His Truth.

      Blessings, Bill

  38. We are a few woman from South-Africa who want”s to buy the One Man Bible. We would love to have it. Praise The Lord for you people. Be Blessed.
    I”ll contact the publisher for our Bible”s

  39. I would like to buy the ONE NEW MAN BIBLE. Please email me the cost +shipping. Will you accept a personal check? I found out about this Bible from members of my Bible Study Gp. who bought their copies at Rev. & Mrs. Claude Fillingim’s house. That was when I had surgery and was not able to be there for several weeks. Thank you.
    June Worsham

    • Hi June,

      Thank you for writing. We trust you have had a full recovery.

      Please send a check for $77.00 to the publisher at TPPress, PO Box 904, Traveler’s Rest, SC 29690.

      Blessings, Bill

  40. I am appreciating my ONM bible and am getting deeper insights into some of the passages. The big problem that I have though is the numbering of the passages especially in the Psalms. I do not understand why you would number the verses different than what is standard. You did put this bible together for the believer that is in the Christian community – right?

    It is so frustrating sharing within a group, or sharing from up front at church and not knowing if the verses that I am sharing coincide with what is in all the other bibles or not. And when I am preparing a study, I have to double check every passage with another bible and modify my notes so that others can get to the passage that I am teaching from.

    Why would you do this?
    Is this by chance going to be corrected in the next edition or even the electronic version when it becomes available?????

    • Ken,

      The Hebrew text used for this is the Masoretic Text, the standard of all Hebrew texts. The numbering is the numbering of that text, and while not greatly different, there certainly are differences. In the Psalms the only difference is using the description of the psalm as the first verse. If the psalm does not have the description, the verse numbering is identical, so in the Psalms you do not have to double check. If the description is the first verse, just subtract one digit to find the verse in other bibles. The verse numbering of the One New Man Bible will not be changed.

      Blessings, Bill

  41. Everyday, I enjoy reading The One
    New Man Bible . During the past 6
    Months I can’t stop reading it .
    Is their a Hebrew equivalent for
    The Greek word Palaioumenon in hebrews 8:13 . ” old ” in my strongs concordance is ambiguous .

  42. I just bought this Bible a couple of weeks ago and so far I am really enjoying it. I recommended it my Dad as well and he bought a copy. The glossary and all of the footnotes are excellent. My one question so far has to do with the use of bolded and italicized text in the Old Testament. Also, the Bible inserts the name Y’shua into the text in Hosea 13:14. I was hoping you might provide some commentary, particulaly with regard to the Hosea passage. Thank you!

    • Steve,

      Thank you for your note and question. In the Hebrew text italicized words are those that have been added for clarity when the the Hebrew syntax clearly shows the need. Hosea 13:14 is an exception to that rule with Y’shua added because of the cross reference to 1 Corinthians15:55 and Y’shua’s role. Bold print is for emphasis and for identification of the use of Anokhi, which means so much more than the word Ani. Bold is also used to indicate the Hebrew negative imperative, which is so much stronger than any negative we have in English.

      Blessings, Bill

  43. How do we know if paul was referring to Torah in Galatians 2:19 ? Does the definite article play a role in this verse ?
    Thank you

  44. Got the opportunity to check out my daughter’s new One New Man Bible when I visited her. It’s a very good, literal translation that really packs a punch. The footnotes and glossary are amazing. Been praying on it, and I am convinced that I should get one of my own very soon when I’m able to, but of course will be more than happy to share it with my darling hubby if he wants to read it, too. Maybe this will be our family Bible. Thank you, Bill. Shalom, blessings in Yeshua.

  45. Hello,
    Just hear Sid Roth’s broadcast with Mr. Morford.
    Does Mr. Morford keep the Sabbath? – Meaning the 7th day (Saturday) OR does he keep Sunday?
    Very interested in the New Man Bible but a bit more than I can afford right now.
    Thank you in advance,

  46. Since your work is based on your understanding of the modern hebrew language, what is the time period of the modern hebrew language and the ancient hebrew language?

    Wouldn’t the bible have been written in the ancient hebrew language?

    How much and what kind of differences is there between the modern and ancient hebrew language?

    And what about the parts of the bible that were written in arabic such as Daniel, how were they translated?

    • Ken,

      This work is based on biblical Hebrew. The references used were strictly on biblical, so much so that I have stayed away from learning conversational Hebrew. The differences are few, but I do not want any other influence to creep in.

      No parts of the Tanakh have written in arabic, but part of Daniel and Ezra are in aramaic, which is included in the best biblical sources.

      Blessings, Bill

  47. I enjoy the one new bible .
    I need further explanation of legalism or maybe you can recommend a book ?
    How can I verify the accuracy of the translation ?

    • Michael,

      When people make rules using scripture, that is leagalism. Scripture is pretty straightforward, not needing man’s intervention. The Holy Spirit can guide each one.

      To verify the accuracy of any translation requires a number of books, both Hebrew and Greek. Unless you are really into those languages you have to trust others. There is no shortcut, no way to check online, no easy solution.

      Blessings, Bill

  48. Never mind my previous comment, as I went to Amazon and looked at some sample pages and saw your rendition of Matthew 5:17-20!!! I would like to ask you why you did not render LORD as YHVH? The Strong’s Concordance says LORD comes from the Hebrew YHVH which means YeHoVaH. Is that not correct?

    Thank you for taking the time to do this huge project. I am ordering this bible from your website today!
    May Yah continue to bless you in your work for Him!
    LaVada Triesch

    • Hi LaVada,

      The Name is rendered LORD because the four letters would offend some Jewish readers. YeHoVah, Jehovah in most renditions, is not the Hebrew. Jehovah is a word invented by a monk named Galatinus in 1521.

      Thank you for ordereing the Bible and for writing!


      Bill Morford

      • Who cares if people will get offended by the name YHWH. There is not a single name or phrase in any earthly tongue that does not offend someone. The scriptural docterine of the Holy Bible offends satanists, atheists, polytheists, muslims, etc. The name of Jesus offends unsaved Jews (Hasidic, Orthadox, or otherwise). In my opinion, anyone who can be offended by the great name of YHWH is not a Christian at heart and will be burning in the lake of fire and brimstone for all eternity if they do not put their act together. Any true christian would rejoice at the scripturaly correct use of the name YHWH instead of the incorrect translation LORD or GOD. Also, “the Lord YHWH” would be much better than the common “the Sovereign LORD” if you get my drift. The value of a scriptural is not in its political correctness (its lack of offending the wicked), but its spiritual power. Don’t you think the true name of the Lord YHWH is one of the most powerful words that could ever be penned or printed {the number one is still the name of Jesus (Y’shua) the messiah} yesterday, today, or ever? Any true Christian would want their copy of YHWH’s words to be the most powerful collection of words that it is possible to possess. Direct translation (whenever remotely possible) is imporrant since all scripture is “God-breathed” (see 2 Timothy 3:16) and the words of God, translated directly from his mouth, are the most powerful words you can find. so please consider adding the mighty name of the Lord YHWH to the next addition of the “One New Man Bible” In the name of Jesus I command the blessings on your ministry to multiply and I decree a curse over anyone who would try to harm your physical body, your spiritual relationship with the Lord YHWH, or the reputation of you and your ministry, Amen

        P. S. If you are serious about the broad distribution of your scriptural translations, you should consider selling one or more of them to a great non-profit organization called Gideon International.

  49. I am considering ordering this new bible, but was reading the comments; and, regarding the comment “getting me to go back under the law, but rather to liberate me in Christ all the more!”…I am concerned as to whether this bible continues the myth that Yeshua “did away with the Law” and “we don’t have to obey the Law because it was nailed to the cross”…
    Can you assure me that Paul is rightly interpreted?

  50. Hi Bill, I am very excited about the one new bible and interested in the ebook version. The kindle ebook version as major flaws and I was wondering when you would revise the ebook version.
    How far are we from the new ebook release?

  51. Dear Sir

    I have been looking forward to your ONM bible but just have one question. Is the OT in the original Jewish order or in the ‘Christian’ order? I have a copy of the Complete Jewish Bible by David Stern which I have also found very good and have used it for these last few years alongside your Power NT which gives even more background. I have recommended both to ministers and lay people here in Scotland and a large number of Christians now use the CJB and the PNT.

    To the gentleman who asked for a physically stronger version of the ONM Bible I would recommend a little more respect for the word. Times are coming when buying a Bible is going to be impossible. Having lived and worked in China for a number of years I have treated my own books with a little more care – and bought a hard wearing cover or bible-bag.

    • Dear Alexandra,

      Thank you for writing and for your compliments. The Hebrew Scriptures are in the Jewish book order.

      Blessings, Bill Morford

  52. Wonderful Scriptures just wonderful but only 2 problems
    1. They should of used The Creators Name YHWH instead of LORD but at least they changed this jesus name to Y’shua His real name
    2. It’s kind of hard to read because the pages are kind of transparent and can see through the other side when reading it

    But besides these two things very wonderful Scriptures

    • Hi Alan,

      Thank you for your comments. For comment #1, using LORD* for the Creator’s name is because some Jewish readers would find the letters of His name offensive. For comment #2, to keep the weight and thickness down we had to use the thin paper, which is used for most Bibles.

      Blessings, Bill Morford

  53. This Bible is just awesome. I have finally landed in terms of Bible translations. Every time I read the One New Man Bible (which is always), power just comes out of its pages and zaps me. I use to read the NIV version, but now love The One New Man and The Amplified Bible.

    The note on Shalom has greatly blessed me, but what I love the most about this Bible is that name of my Lord Y’Shua Messiah is mentioned. The footnotes too are very helpful and mind opening.

    God Bless the translator and may Y’Shua be constantly be revealed through the pages to all who read his Word.

  54. I want to thank you so much for all that you did to bring forth this version of Gods word. When studing or reading this version I feel so much closer to God. I’ve desired a version such as this since I’ve been studing about the Jewish Messiah Jesus. This has been a answer to my prayers. I first learned about this version by watching Sid Roths Its Supernatural! May God bless you and keep you, Your Sister in the LORD, Tammie Dukes

  55. Hello and thank you for this amazing bible. I have bought 3 so far and have recommended it to multiple people.
    I will echo one of the above posters. We need a sturdier version of this bible. Any plans on making one? We need a sturdier bible for the ” front lines”
    Thank you and God bless.

  56. Joe,

    Thanks for writing. The oldest Greek manuscripts have fewer verses because in later centuries verses were added, especially from the fourth century and later, all the way up to the 16th century. Joseph was thought to be the father of Y’shua.

    • Lee,

      All the verses are there. The Hebrew text continues the numbering of the verses in chapter 3 instead of having a chapter 4.

      Blessings, Bill Morford

  57. Should explain. My postings last week had to do with how you translated “Tzekakah” in Gen. 15:6 and other places. I did read your explanation in the glossary and understand why you did it. I just think it could cause some confusion as readers will be reading “lovingkindness” instead of “righteousness.” Anyway, thought editing that in future printings might be helpful. Thanks.

  58. Can the bibles be purchased in bulk for a church? Is there a limit that we could order? Would the price be discounted? Thank you. Those of us at our church who have the bible really love it! Thank you.

  59. Do you offer this Bible in Large Print? The font in possibly 11-14 point text? If not this would be a great alternative to have available for those of us who use glasses for reading. Ty for your time

  60. What a Blessing I have received since I received My Copy of “The One New Man Bible”!

    I have previously owned the 3rd Edition of “The Power New Testament” and recently upgraded to the 4th Edition, then, I discovered “The One New Man Bible” — to use your words: what “power” is released in this translation.

    I would recommend this Translation. The text is readable and more important “opens the eyes of Christians” to the Jewish roots, sometimes hidden within the passages.

    Thank you and God Bless.

  61. Hello. I am Mongolian. Now I am living in Mongolia. and how to buy this bible? there is not any discount in this bible?

  62. Just from some of these passages, I am able to see that this book expresses us to “expect” to receive rather than a constant “begging” of the Lord. As long as we continue to beg, we will never receive, because we are too blinded to know that we already have! This bible might be a translation that will aid the soul of man to get down in his spirit that we are people who have a God who gives, dispurses, and is always there! We need to quit being hopeless and become the victorious people that we are!

    I am ordering this book today. I pray it is what I’m hoping it to be. I have a friend who has come out from under all the Jewish traditions and is fearful that this book wiil take me right back there. But I know my position in Christ and know that the finished work done at Calvary by my Savior is above all traditions Jewish or not…The book of Hebrew makes that very clear. The poor converted Jews, wanted to keep going back to “grace by works”. It was a struggle for them. That’s why it says “..if you deliberately continue to sin (continue in unbelief that Jesus is enough), we become an enemy of God…..” So many confuse this with the act of sin (verb), but is simply unbelief! So I assured my friend, if this book is about stirring up old Jewish traditions, I will be closing the book! I’m believing this is not that sort of book…getting me to go back under the law, but rather to liberate me in Christ all the more!

  63. I have been using the new bible and am just loving it !!!

    I have waited a long time for something like this. God Bless you !!!

    re indexing …I bought some tabbies and have indexed it myself and it is much easier to use now. It took a bit of time but well worth the effort.
    Every follower of Yeshua MUST have this bible Well Done !!!

  64. Received ur bible last month and I highly recommend it and enjoy. Being that English is my second language it is simple translation for me to read . However I was wondering if I can receive some clarity on 1 cor. 5:2 because when I compare the verse with any other translation it is quite different. Can you please clarify . Since the new man says the work I did could…….and other versions talk about the one doing the deed should have been removed from your midst . Thank you for your response

    • Francesco,

      The word translated “work” is in the nominative case and is therefore the subject of the verb as the One New Man Bible has it.

      Blessings, Bill

  65. Do you finger endex your Bibles? I purchase one from Sid Roth’s
    ministry and would liketo have it finger endex.

  66. My wife bought a Schofield Reference bible in 1978 it was a hard carboard cover with heavy pages it is all marked up and the pages are rough around the edges My wife bought the One New Man Biblesome time in the month of December it is pretty with the leather like cover and gold leaf pages of fine paper But it would not last a week in combat as my Scofield has for years do you print a Bible that will take the abuse that my old bible has taken I need pages that will take being blown around opened with big burley hands and a cover that can be thrown in to a truck or on to the floor if a bump is hit or brakes applied too fast.
    In short a Bible that will take a lot more abuse than the very elegant one that my wife has

    • Since the Bible is brand new, we only have one version so far. An Ebook version is in the works but will not be released until late 2012.

      • The ebook version does not have the books title anywhere at the top of the pages an update would be great with this included, this makes it very difficult to navigate efficiently not knowing what book you are in. I use both. Looking forward to an update!

  67. i have check out a lot of ifo on the niv kjv they say they used the oldest greek etc etc but i have found hug parts of scripturs missing and lots of times the blood was left out how does yours compare to the scriptures bible it sound good but the 2009 verison has alot of typos. i found in a couple translation they say joseph is the father of yeshua

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