American Bible Society
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The American Bible Society (ABS) is a group, founded in 1816, that publishes, distributes, and translates the Bible. In 2000-2001, ABS distributed 4,113,106 Bibles and 8,322,112 copies of the New Testament. They are the translators of the Good News Translation and the Contemporary English Version. The current President of the ABS is Eugene Habecker.