1,400 BC:  The first written Word of God: The Ten Commandments delivered to Moses.

500 BC:  Completion of All Original Hebrew Manuscripts, which make up The 39 Books of the Old Testament.

200 BC:  Completion of the Septuagint Greek Manuscripts, which contain The 39 Old Testament Books AND 14 Apocrypha Books.

1st Century AD:  Completion of All Original Greek Manuscripts, which make up The 27 Books of the New Testament.

315 AD:  Athenasius, the Bishop of Alexandria, identifies the 27 books of the New Testament, which are today recognized as the canon of scripture.

382 AD:  Jerome’s Latin Vulgate Manuscripts Produced, which contain All 80 Books (39 Old Test. + 14 Apocrypha + 27 New Test).

500 AD:  Scriptures have been translated into Over 500 Languages.

600 AD: LATIN was the Only Language Allowed for Scripture.

995 AD:  Anglo-Saxon (Early Roots of English Language) Translations of The New Testament Produced.

1384 AD:  Wycliffe is the First Person to Produce a (Hand-Written) manuscript Copy of the Complete Bible, All 80 Books.

1455 AD:  Gutenberg Invents the Printing Press; Books May Now be mass-Produced Instead of Individually Hand-Written. The First Book Ever Printed is Gutenberg’s Bible in Latin.

1516 AD:  Erasmus Produces a Greek/Latin Parallel New Testament.

1522 AD:  Martin Luther’s German New Testament.

1526 AD:  William Tyndale’s New Testament; The First New Testament printed in the English Language.

1535 AD:  Myles Coverdale’s Bible; The First Complete Bible printed in the English Language (80 Books: O.T. & N.T. & Apocrypha).

1537 AD:  Tyndale-Matthews Bible; The Second Complete Bible printed in English. Done by John “Thomas Matthew”Rogers (80 Books).

1539 AD:  The “Great Bible” Printed; The First English Language Bible Authorized for Public Use (80 Books).

1560 AD:  The Geneva Bible Printed; The First English Language Bible to add Numbered Verses to Each Chapter (80 Books).

1568 AD:  The Bishops Bible Printed; The Bible of which the King James was a Revision (80 Books).

1609 AD:  The Douay Old Testament is added to the Rheims New Testament (of 1582) Making the First Complete English Catholic Bible; Translated from the Latin Vulgate (80 Books).

1611 AD:  The King James Bible Printed; Originally with All 80 Books. The Apocrypha was Officially Removed in 1885 Leaving Only 66 Books.

1782 AD:  Robert Aitken’s Bible; The First English Language Bible (KJV) Printed inAmerica.

1791 AD:  Isaac Collins and Isaiah Thomas Respectively Produce the First Family Bible and First Illustrated Bible Printed inAmerica. Both were King James Versions, with All 80 Books.

1808 AD:  Jane Aitken’s Bible (Daughter of Robert Aitken); The First Bible to be Printed by a Woman.

1833 AD:  Noah Webster’s Bible; After Producing his Famous Dictionary, Webster Printed his Own Revision of the King James Bible.

1841 AD:  English Hexapla New Testament; an Early Textual Comparison showing the Greek and 6 Famous English Translations in Parallel Columns.

1846 AD:  The Illuminated Bible; The Most Lavishly Illustrated Bible printed inAmerica. A King James Version, with All 80 Books.

1885 AD:  The “English Revised Version” Bible; The First Major English Revision of the KJV.

1901 AD:  The “American Standard Version”; The First Major American Revision of the KJV.

1971 AD:  The “New American Standard Bible” (NASB) is Published as a “Modern and Accurate Word for Word English Translation” of the Bible.

1973 AD:  The “New International Version” (NIV) is Published as a “Modern and Accurate Phrase for Phrase English Translation” of the Bible.

1982 AD:  The “New King James Version” (NKJV) is published as a “Modern English Version Maintaining the Original Style of the King James.”

2002 AD:  The English Standard Version (ESV) is published as a translation to bridge the gap between the accuracy of the NASB and the readability of the NIV.