Bibliotheca Reaches Its $1 Million Stretch Goal

“Finishing strong” turns out to be the understatement of the year. As of this morning, with two days left on the clock, the Bibliotheca funding campaign on Kickstarter has already reached its $1 million stretch goal, which means a fifth volume containing the English Revised Version Apocrypha will be added to every set, along with slipcases (see the details here). If you haven’t backed the project yet, there’s still time … and you’ll be in good company. More than 10,000 people have signed on, an incredible number that testifies to the appeal of this beautifully designed, reader-friendly Bible.

Congratulations to Adam Lewis Greene for the breakout success of this labor of love. I can’t wait to see how Bibliotheca turns out!

4 Comments on “Bibliotheca Reaches Its $1 Million Stretch Goal

  1. It won’t have the ESV Apocrypha, however, It’s the English Revised Version.

    “I’ll be able to add the Deuterocanonical Books (commonly called the Apocrypha) as am optional fifth volume, available for each set ordered. I don’t have all the details worked out (whether it will delivered at the same time as the other four or what color it will be), but I will likely have an alternate slipcase size to fit the extra edition for all those who backed wood slipcase reward levels. Since the Deuterocanonical Books were not released in the ASV, I will be using the translations from the English Revised Version, of which the ASV is the direct American revision.”

  2. What an astonishing response. Do you have any sense of mainstream publishers taking notice?

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