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Evangelical Heritage Version

Northwestern Publishing House will release the EHV New Testament and Psalms this summer. This new translation will feel both fresh and familiar to readers. The readable style of the EHV will help readers understand clearly what God is revealing to them through his Word.

Translated faithfully from the original Greek and Hebrew, the EHV proclaims the gospel of salvation through faith in Jesus Christ. The expressions, imagery, and style of the original texts are there, giving readers a lasting picture of God's grace and mercy for a lost human race.

Some of the features of the EHV New Testament and Psalms that will help readers get the most out of their study include:

  • Brief introductions for each book
  • Topical section headings
  • Footnotes for deeper understanding
  • References to parallel passages
  • References to Old Testament quotations

With a text that remains reliable and trustworthy, yet at the same time readable and familiar, the EHV New Testament and Psalms honors the heritage of the church, which has handed down the Word of God for generations.

The EHV New Testament and Psalms will be published in softcover for $14.99. Discounts will be available for congregational use:

  • 10-49 copies - 10% off ($13.49 each)
  • 50-99 copies - 20% off ($11.99 each)
  • 100 or more - 30% off ($10.49 each)

If you are interested in quantity purchasing, for your convenience we have prepared a sign-up sheet for you to place in a central area at your church. Click here to download.

Preorders of the EHV New Testament and Psalms are now available. Click here to preorder.

If you are interested in trying the EHV as your lectionary, preliminary versions can be downloaded for the readings in Christian Worship and Christian Worship: Supplement. Click here to select your download.

By God's grace, work continues on the complete Holy Bible: Evangelical Heritage Version. For information, visit the Wartburg Project website.

Click here for Wartburg Project FAQs.

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