Albanian Bible

The Albanian Bible (also known as Shqip Bible) is available online and in print editions of the Albanian Bible, Albanian New Testament, and Albanian Children's Bible.

Variations of Albanian (also known as Shqip) are spoken in Albania, Serbia and Montenegro. It is written in Latin (Roman) letters.
For more information, see SIL Ethnologue codes
   aln (Gheg Albanian, aka Kosovo) and
   als (Tosk Albanian).

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Albanian Bible

Albanian New Testament

Albanian Children's Bible

Christian Books:

The "JESUS" Film, based on the Gospel of Luke, has been translated into Albanian. You can view it online or order a copy from Or order by phone from Campus Crusade at 1-800-432-1997.

The Four Spiritual Laws gospel tract has been translated into Albanian. Download a free pdf or purchase the Print Your Own Gospel Tracts CD from Campus Crusade.

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History: The Albanian New Testament was first published in 1827 in the Tosk dialect. In 1872 the New Testament was translated into the Gheg (Geg) dialect. The first complete translation of the Scriptures was translated by Dom Filipaj in the 1970s. A translation of the Italian Diodati Bible was completed in 1994, which is used widely in the evangelical churches. A translation of the whole Shqip Bibla by Dr Stephen Etches was produced in 2003. A new translation of the New Testament from the original Greek, called Dhiata e Re, was published in 2007.

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