The Complete ISV Library


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Maybe it’s time we helped you build up your library.


Now you can download the entire corpus of the works that the ISV Foundation publishes online. So you can have a copy of every book in our collection for a flat fee of USD$200.00. Here’s a list of what you’ll get:

The Holy Bible: International Standard Version, v2.0:

  • Complete file, PDF version
  • EPUB version compatible with Barnes and Noble Nook and Apple iBook
  • MOBI version compatible with Amazon Kindle
  • HTML code for use on websites

Concise concordance to the ISV:

  • EPUB version compatible with Barnes and Noble Nook and Apple iBook
  • MOBI version compatible with Amazon Kindle
  • HTML code for use on websites


A Guide for the Perplexed:

Questions from our readers about the Bible in general and the ISV translation in particular are answered by ISV Foundation Executive Director William Welty.

A Harmony of the Gospels to the ISV:

  • PDF edition, with NT Greek on left-facing pages and the ISV text on right-facing pages.

A Person of Substance:

We’re willing to wager that a long time ago, somebody told you that when you trusted in Jesus the Messiah, your life would get better.  We’re willing to bet you think they lied. You’ve learned by now the inconvenient truth that you’re facing the challenge of bringing every part of your life into submission to the will of God. Christians call that process sanctification. It’s the slow, God-ordained process by which we grow up into the image of Jesus of Nazareth. In A Person of Substance, we examine the component elements of Christian maturity as set forth in the Apostle Paul’s letters to Timothy and Titus.

Anselm Writes Again:

We Christians claim that the Creator of the Universe clothed himself in mortal human flesh as Jesus of Nazareth, the rabbi from Nazareth who lived life as a Jew, walking the dusty roads of ancient Israel for about a third of a century—all the while equating himself with God. Christians have said for centuries that this same person will bear his human form forever in his resurrected, glorified state. They’ve said that it’s not only possible for God to immerse himself into the very nature of mortal humanity, it was mandatory for him to do so. Debates about this subject aren’t new, of course. About one thousand years ago Anselm, the Archbishop of Canterbury, tackled this thorny subject in a remarkable essay called Cur Deus Homo. Today, in the 21st century, we re-examine Anselm’s classic theological apologetic in a fresh, new way. By the time you’ve finished reading Anselm Writes Again, you’ll know how, why, and to what end God became a mortal human being in the person of Jesus of Nazareth, the most remarkable man who ever walked the face of the earth.

Back from the Brink:

When it comes to the public posture taken by the United States government about all things relating to the faith and practice of Christian believers, things definitely need fixing. Federal, state, and municipal government attitudes and behavior toward believers needs to change. We need to come back from the brink of total destruction of traditional family values and from the looming prohibition by government of our desires to express our faith by our family values. In Back from the Brink, we examine America’s embrace, through the Supreme Court decision in Obergefell v. Hodges, of a “legal” justification for same-sex marriage. Along the way, we present a guide on coming Back from the Brink to embrace anew a reaffirmation of the marriage covenant between one man and one woman.

Between Christ and Mohammad:

Arguably one of the finest treatments of the origins of Islam and the dangers faced by the West from this contemporary, demonic religious system.

Muhammed’s Believe it or Else!:

Yeah. It’s a comic book. A hilarious comic book that informs you how stupid the Qur’an and Islam really is. Use it for evangelism. But make sure you’ve got somebody riding shotgun for you. We wouldn’t want you to lose your head over this comic book….

A User’s Manual for the Bible:

In today’s world, there’s a good chance that your knowledge of the Bible is less than stellar. Maybe you’re one of those people who demand that the Ten Commandments should be posted in court room hallways. But you couldn’t recite them in their biblical order if your life depended on your ability to do so. If this situation describes you, maybe you need to study your Bible with our User’s Manual for the Bible right along side of it. In this work, we present a succinct summary of all 66 books of the Bible, along with a comprehensive outline of the contents. The material is derived from the Holy Bible: International Standard Version. So you can do your own study of the Bible, a magnificent volume that was penned by dozens of writers over nearly 15 centuries.

Partners in God’s Grand Plan:

Sometimes God takes you where you never intended to go. Does this describe you? Did you start life thinking you’re headed in one direction? But you quickly discovered that you’ve headed straight into what seems like a shipwreck of dashed hopes and dreams. Then, just when you thought things couldn’t get any worse, it suddenly dawned on you that God intends your life to be turned upside down. One minute you say to yourself, “I’m following God’s direction. I’m in the center of his will.” But the next thing you know, you’ve gone straight from one disaster into another. And it feels like there’s absolutely nothing you can do about it. If this predicament sounds like what you’ve been going through, maybe it’s time you took a good, long look at the book of Ruth. In Partner’s in God’s Grand Plan, we explain how Ruth and Nomi walked through dark times to become the hinge point around which events leading to Israel’s Messiah would turn. Along the way, both of them received nothing they wanted, but they received everything they desired.

Since He Wrote about Me:

Christians have claimed for centuries that the collection of 66 books we call The Bible is reliable with respect to what it affirms, correct in its history of God’s dealings with his universe and with humanity, historically accurate regarding its doctrinal teachings, and an utterly trustworthy guide for day-to-day life. But frankly, every generation has had its share of doubters. Maybe you’re one of them… Today, we tackle the thorny subject of the reliability of the Scriptures—by inviting Jesus of Nazareth himself to talk in his very own words about the authenticity, reliability, and historical accuracy of the Bible that he read and about which he taught. By the time you’ve finished reading Since He Wrote about Me, you’ll have learned precisely what the world’s most famous rabbi had to say about this remarkable book we call The Bible, a collection of literary works by dozens of different authors who wrote over a period of hundreds of years.

The Creation Account:

Nothing will generate an argument quicker than when two people get together to ask “How long did it really take for God to create the universe?
Maybe it’s time to bring some order to the chaos that surrounds the controversy. In The Creation Account, we bring to light nuances from within the biblical text that may have escaped notice by both sides of the Young Earth/Old Earth interpretive debate. By the time you’ve finished reading The Creation Account, you’ll understand the significant issues that affect the dispute. Can those who believe the Creation Week consisted of six literal days and those who believe that the text says something entirely different both be right? Or might they both be wrong?

The World’s Last Emperor:

Chances are, what you thought you knew about the end of the world is a lie.
It won’t be caused by a comet collision. Or by an ice age. Or by climate change. The world’s last super power isn’t going to be the United States. Or the European Union. Or Russia. Or China. And it won’t be a worldwide Islamic caliphate. As a matter of fact, when the end of this age arrives, the world won’t even be ruled by a democratic republic. Jesus of Nazareth claimed that the world’s last super power would be Israel, with himself sitting on the throne of that nation state as its Messiah-King. He said Jerusalem will be the international capital city of the world and that it will remain that way forever. How all of this will come about is described in The World’s Last Emperor. It will provide you with an overview of the most comprehensive executive briefing ever given on the doctrine of last things by the most remarkable rabbi who ever walked the face of the earth.