Where To Buy A Bible
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This means that if you want to purchase a print Bible in China, the only place you can (legally) do so is at a Three-Self church or seminary. There was a time when those buying Bibles had to register, but that hasn't been the case for 20 years or so. At least in the big cities, most Three-Self churches have small bookstores where Bibles can be purchased.
Two of Mary Jones' bibles are known, supporting the version of the story where she buys three books from Thomas Charles. One Bible is in the British and Foreign Bible Society's Archives in Cambridge University Library and one in the National Library of Wales. They are copies of the 1799 edition of the Welsh Bible, ten thousand copies of which were printed at Oxford for the Society for the Propagation of Christian Knowledge. In addition to the Old and New Testaments and the Apocrypha, the volume contains the Book of Common Prayer (in Welsh) and Edmwnd Prys's Welsh metrical Psalms. 041b061a72