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The Bible in Cockney: Well Bits of it Anyway (ISBN 1841012173) is a translation of some of the books of the Bible into Cockney slang. At present it contains nine stories from the Old Testament and the Gospel according to Mark. It was written by Mike Coles, the head of Religious Education at Sir John Cass Church of England secondary school in Stepney, East London and was published on 16 May 2001.
It met with approval from the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Rev. George Carey, who said at the time, "The Bible in Cockney takes the Bible out of the formal church setting, and puts it back into the marketplace, into the streets where it originally took place. This version puts energy and passion back into the stories. If it manages to get people reading the Bible who would not normally do so, then it has achieved an invaluable work." 
It has also met with the approval of the Rev. Graham Jones, who has said, "It's, ah, well wicked and umm, whack... Yo."
Here's the Lord's Prayer in Cockney (warning: Cringe worthy): 
“”Hello, Dad, up there in good ol’ Heaven,
Your name is well great and holy, and we respect you, Guv.
- RationalWiki:Annotated Bible
- RationalWiki's Guide to the Bible
- Conservapedia:The Conservative Bible Project