Kinika Version of the Scriptures

Kinika Version Of The Scriptures The Kinika is vernacular to the tribes of the Wanika, in eastern Africa. The late Dr. Krapf, who laid the foundation of the grammatical and lexicographical structure of the Kinika language, likewise prepared a Kinika version of the gospels of Luke and John, and of the epistles to the Romans and Ephesians. But only the gospel of Luke was printed in 1848 at Bombay, in the American Mission press. In 1881 the gospel of Matthew was published, the translation having been made by the Reverend Thomas Wakefield, a missionary at Ribe since 1861. See Bible of Every Land, page 438. (B.P.)

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