Moré Gospels

Mooré (known in the language as Mõõré; also Mòoré, Mooré, Moré, Moshi, Moore, More) or simply the Mossi language, is one of two official regional languages of Burkina Faso.


Title: Kwénogo: Màtieu Kwénogo : Màrk Kwénogo : Luk Kwénogo : Jań Kwénogo
Date: 1944
Publisher: American Bible Society: New York
Language: Moré
Contents: Gospels
References: Book of a Thousand Tongues (1972) entry 889.
Images: Cover, Title page

Translation History

1930-1939 New Testament, Assemblies of God Mission, Ouagadougou
1944 Gospels (revised), 1945 New Testament (revised), American Bible Society, New York

1950-1954 Genesis-Ezra, Esther, Proverbs, Isaiah, Ezekiel-Malachi (except Hosea, Obadiah, Habakkuk)
1960 Nehemiah, Song of Solomon, Lamentations, Jeremiah Assemblies of God Mission, Ouagadougou
Translated and revised by Arthur E. WIlson and John Hall, Assemblies of God Mission, and a committee.

1960 New Testament Bible Society, Abidjan
A revision prepared by Eva Radanovsky, Assemblies of God Missions.

Numerous translations, by Roman Catholics, of Selections and Biblical narratives have also appeared.

— From The Book of a Thousand Tongues entry 889.


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