Macarthur Study Bible is set to go on sale at the end of January, according to the publisher.
The new bible, which celebrates the centenary of the publication of the Bible, will be available at its original price of $35.
The first edition, released in 1884, was published for £3.95 and was made available to pre-order from March.
A second edition, published in 1890, was £10.99 and was released to preorder in April.
The final edition, which was published in the early 20th century, was priced at £10 per copy, but was released for free in July 2018.
The book is available at Amazon for £8.99.
The Bible’s story has a simple origin story, which goes like this: “In the midst of the great turmoil of the year, the earth was filled with famine, pestilence and the ravages of war.
A small band of brave men gathered in the desert and set out to find the solution to the problems that were facing mankind.
One of them, John, a boy of five, went out into the desert to find food and shelter.
As he wandered about, he saw an old, dusty book lying in the sand.
The old book said: ‘There is an old book written in ancient times by a wise man called God, whose name was Elijah.
When God was about to destroy the world with fire and brimstone, he gave it to the boy Elijah, and the boy was to read it at the same time.’
‘I will write down this book,’ said Elijah, ‘for I will not go back to my father until I have read it.
I will tell you this book is true and that the earth is not going to end.
You will live for a thousand years.’
‘Well, boy,’ said God, ‘then, write down all that you have read.’
So the boy wrote down everything that he had seen, and then the other boys went and read it.”
A new version of the book was published the following year and the story continues with the boy, Elijah, struggling to survive in a desolate desert.
“But God said to the boys: ‘Listen to this story, and don’t tell anybody what you have written.
You don’t have to tell anyone.
But, if you tell anyone what you wrote, then I will destroy your book, for the earth will be destroyed.’
So Elijah was not able to read the book until a hundred years later, when Elijah’s brother, Solomon, was able to and wrote the book.
And, it was a wonderful book. “
And, after this, God gave to Solomon the book of the prophets, and so he had it for a hundred and thirty years, and he was very proud of it.
And, it was a wonderful book.
It was full of good news.
And he told Solomon to read to the children, and they would be able to hear the words in it.”
The bible is written in the Old Testament language of Hebrew, which means the language of God.
The story goes on to say that after Elijah’s father died, Solomon came to Jerusalem, to tell God the story.
“He was told: ‘The word of God is that God will wipe out every living thing in the world except for one person, which is Elijah.’
And God sent Elijah out into Egypt, and in his journey he came to a place called Jethro.
He stayed there and wrote down many things, and all the inhabitants of that place, including the people of Jethros, heard the words from God and knew that the book that they had written was true.
And the people began to hear that book, and Elijah was able, by his penmanship, to write the words that God commanded him to write.”
The story continues, “And then, God sent another messenger from heaven, Elijah the son of Nun, to take the book from the people and tell them that it was true, for God had told them to read.
Then God sent out Elijah to a land called Jotham, and when he had finished writing the words, he went out to that land and wrote them down.
Then he went to the city of Jothams and said to him, ‘Do you know where this book was?’
And the man replied, ‘Yes, Lord, I know where it is.’
So, he took the book, translated it, and published it in the city.”
The book was called “The Book of the Prophets.”
It contains information that is from the Bible and also includes references to the Torah, the Bible’s two major religious texts.
The Book of Prophets was published during the reign of King Solomon, who also wrote a few