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I am considering to translate my book into Russian.

A stopper for this is that the standard Russian Bible (Russian Synodal Translation) is out of question very poor quality. (I once compared it with the Hebrew/Greek original, and it seems that more than half verses are with errors.)

Where can I get a good free complete translation of Bible into Russian language?

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I found a browsable Bible in Russian:

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New World Translation: English, Russian.

You can read the entire Bible online or download the PDF version of it. You can switch between languages using the drop-down bar on the right of the screen. There are about 600 languages we translate into.

If you would like a hard copy then you can request one here — Contact for Russia. We give them out at no charge to you.

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