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A Bible translation, 25 years in the making

There are about 9000 indigenous people in western Paraguay who speak their native language, Southern Énxet. Many of them live on four reservations associated with the Anglican Church of Paraguay. Today these folks can read the Bible in a newly published translation that has taken 25 years.

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