Gerrit van Steenbergen a translations consultant from the United Bible Societies (1999), a Church leaders' workshop held in Okahandja (2011) and by Linda Jordan, a linguist from Wycliffe Bible Translators (2013).
What does UBS stand for?
UBS stands for United Bible Societies
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- Uganda Bureau of Standards
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- Ultima Battle System (gaming)
- Unbiased Bit String
- Underwater Battery Supervisor
- Uninterruptible Battery System
- Union Bank of Switzerland
- Union de Banques Suisses (French: Union of Swiss Banks)
- Unique Business Systems (various locations)
- United Black Seminarians (student group)
- United Blood Services
- United Buying Service
- Universal Banking Solution (Oracle)
- Universal Bomb Suspension
- Universal Building Society (UK)
- Universal Building Systems, Inc. (Minneapolis, MN)
- Universal Business Solutions, LLC (Alpharetta, GA)
- Universitair Bibliotheek Systeem
- University Bookshop (New Zealand)
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Central to ETEN is The Digital Bible Library , the definitive, collaborative inter-ministry digital Scripture repository, owned and operated by the United Bible Societies on behalf of the Alliance.
Today, there are over 140 Bible societies around the world, known as the United Bible Societies (UBS).
A Translators Handbook on Paul's Letters to the Colossians and Philemon (London: United Bible Societies, 1977) p.
Through a partnership between the United Bible Societies and the China Christian Council, the Amity Printing Press was born in 1988; in its first full year of operation, it printed 500,000 Bibles.
He was Canadian delegate to the first World Assembly of the United Bible Societies in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, in 1972 -- the year of the first Russia-Canada hockey series.
So far, the American Bible Society and its 134 counterparts around the world -- all under the umbrella of the United Bible Societies -- have helped to translate the Bible into more than half of the world's 5,000 languages and dialects.
The United Bible Societies (UBS), as a global organization of 135 national Bible societies serving over two hundred countries, provides Christian scriptures to churches that have a variety of experiences in their study of the Bible.