A Glasgow Bible

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A Glasgow Bible
Full nameA Glasgow Bible
Copyright1997 by Jamie Stuart
It wis a lang time ago, right enough – thoosans an thoosans o years since. There wis nuthin whaur the earth is the noo – absolutely nuthin at aw.
'Weel noo,' God says tae himsel wan day, 'I'll fix a wee bit dod o land – doon there.'
So, tae stert wi, God ordered up some light tae brek oot ower aw the darkness.

A Glasgow Bible is a Scots paraphrase of selected passages of the Bible by Jamie Stuart in the Glaswegian dialect.[1]


  1. ^ "Jamie Stuart, Glasgow Bible author – obituary", The Daily telegraph, 5 August 2016

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