The LGV is a completely new translation of the New Testament from the Greek with commentary notes. It is intended for the last generation of Christians, those who will face the end-times predicted by the Prophets, Jesus, and the Apostles. The LGV is a study Bible for serious shepherds, Bible teachers, and students. It is a very accurate representation of the Greek text in current English, although sacrificing some readability for the sake of accuracy. It is a work in progress.
Most New Testaments follow the book order established by the Roman Catholic Church (Jerome's 4th century Latin Vulgate) which sought to make Rome superior in authority to the Jerusalem assembly and even to the Apostles themselves. Thus Jerome placed "Romans" first among the Epistles, and relegated the "Jewish" Epistles to the back of the canon. However, the LGV organizes the books of the New Testament according to the chronological and geographical spread of the Gospel:The correct order of books helps us view their messages in their historical contexts, and thus provides a better perspective for making correct application to our own times. The LGV divides the books of the New Testament into four sections, each headed up by one of the four Gospels. (The printed edition will follow this format when completed).
The Ministry of Paul:
Gospel of Luke | Acts | Galatians | 1 Thessalonians | 2 Thessalonians | 1 Corinthians | 2 Corinthians | Romans | Ephesians | Philippians | Colossians | Philemon | Hebrews | 1 Timothy | 2 Timothy | Titus