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Indonesian (language code: id; autonym: Bahasa Indonesia) is spoken by around 200 million people mainly in Indonesia. It is the official language of Indonesia since its Independence in 1945. It is actually a part of the Malay language family and the grammatical differences to the Malay spoken in Malaysia and other countries todays are minor, but the Malay language of Malaysia and Indonesia differ in certain aspects especially vocabulary since being split in different nation states. Therefore Indonesian needs to be considered as an independent language nowadays. For more information see Wikipedia:Indonesian language

Indonesian Bible translations

There are several Bible translations available in Indonesian: Wikipedia:Bible translations into Indonesian

Alkitab Terjemahan Baru

The "Alkitab Terjemahan Baru" was the first fully published Protestant bible translation after the Indonesian independence in 1945. It was published in 1974. It uses very formal Indonesian.

Alkitab Versi Mudah Dibaca

The "Alkitab Versi Mudah Dibaca" is a Translation that was based on the English Easy-to-Read-Version Bible translation. It uses very easy and shorts words and sentences.

Terjemahan Sederhana Indonesia

This is a very recent bible translation that was published in 2017. It uses a very easy to read and simplified Indonesian. It is probably the closest to spoken Indonesian today.

Kitab Suci Injil

The "Kitab Suci Injil" is a translation published in 2000 of the new testament into religious Indonesian. The printed version has the old Greek version of the New Testament included on the left side and on the right side the Indonesian translation. It is a rather contextualized bible for Muslim peoples. It has a standalone App and can be accessed through the webpages as well.

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Available training resources in Indonesian