INTRODUCTION

The Bible is the most widely read book in the world with almost 4 billion copies. It has brought comfort to people throughout the ages by being read both silently and aloud. Correct pronounciation of names and places adds to the profound beauty of this holy book.

At last a Bible Pronouncing Guide that is simple, accurate, and easy to use. When reading the Bible, especially for a few verses or specific items, one does not want to search through a cumbersome Bible Dictionary to find the correct pronounciation of words - and losing the original train of thought in the search. This Guide can be located next to the scriptures for instant access. There is no Guide of this kind available anywhere else.

The simplified pronounciation is devired from The New Smith's Bible Dictionary (a theological standard). The diacritical marks have been carefully converted to a vowel key and correct syllable divisions and stresses have been maintained. With this simplified pronounciation legend, a person can read with confidence and clarity. Even a child can do it.

Which syllable should be stressed? What is the correct vowel to use? Names such as: Hashbadana (hash-BAD-uh-nah) or Pochereth-hazzebaim (PAWK-eh-rehth-HA-zee-BAY-ihm) are just a few clicks away and easy to pronounce.

Many languages are represented in the Bible, and each has particular rules of how to pronounce names and places. There are no hard and fast rules. These names and places have been preserved through millenia with specific pronounciations. There are over 3,000 names and places in the Guide.

The Guide has been sold on the Internet and various retail outlets. It is now available as an eBook.

Reading the bible has never been easier than when you can pronounce every word in it with confidence!

The Bible Pronouncing Guide will help you pronouce the words that usually give bibel readers the hardest time. The simple, phonetic legend at the beginning of the Guide is applied to over 3,000 names and places.

Just Think! You'll be able to cruise through the bible where before you may have stumbled!

And how about giving your loved ones a very special gift? 

The Bible Pronouncing Guide is perfect for all ages. It makes pronunciation so easy that even a child can use it.

1.  Simplified pronouciation - easy enough for a child to pronounce.  No diacritical marks.

2.  Convenient size - easily fits into reading device. It  can always be available.

3.  Great study aid.

4.  Great teaching aid.

5.  There are many languages represented in the Bible (most of them now dead languages).

  There are no set rules for applying pronounciation to all. 

6.  The pronounciations have been taken and carefully adapted into a simple, phonetic form    from the respected authority:  “The New Smith’s Bible Dictionary”  by William Smith

7.  Language is important. If it didn’t matter, then the spellings of these names and places

  would have been corrupted, changed, or revised long ago.

The Bible is the most widely read book in the world with almost 4 billion copies. It has brought comfort to people throughout the ages by being read both silently and aloud. Correct pronounciation of names and places adds to the profound beauty of this holy book.

At last a Bible Pronouncing Guide that is simple, accurate, and easy to use. When reading the Bible, especially for a few verses or specific items, one does not want to search through a cumbersome Bible Dictionary to find the correct pronounciation of words - and losing the original train of thought in the search. This Guide can be located next to the scriptures for instant access. There is no Guide of this kind available anywhere else.

The simplified pronounciation is devired from The New Smith's Bible Dictionary (a theological standard). The diacritical marks have been carefully converted to a vowel key and correct syllable divisions and stresses have been maintained. With this simplified pronounciation legend, a person can read with confidence and clarity. Even a child can do it.

Which syllable should be stressed? What is the correct vowel to use? Names such as: Hashbadana (hash-BAD-uh-nah) or Pochereth-hazzebaim (PAWK-eh-rehth-HA-zee-BAY-ihm) are just a few clicks away and easy to pronounce.

Many languages are represented in the Bible, and each has particular rules of how to pronounce names and places. There are no hard and fast rules. These names and places have been preserved through millenia with specific pronounciations. There are over 3,000 names and places in the Guide.

The Guide has been sold on the Internet and various retail outlets. It is now available as an eBook.