3028Re: Are there existing Bibles which use the LXX for the O.T.?
- Oct 6, 2008Okay. You sold me. Its just the personal names and place names are,
well, you know, Greek. It can be a bit off-putting to a novice at
first. Then there is the bit in the introduction where the editor says
something like, "this is not for reading in the church", or something or
other, but you're right. Its the best we got so I'll just go with it.
--- In email@example.com, "Kevin P. Edgecomb" <kevin@...> wrote:
> Bob, NETS is so far the best. There is a new "Orthodox Study Bible"
> Thomas Nelson Publishers but it is a hybrid translation, with many of
> books in the OT being the New King James Version altered in places to
> resemble the Septuagint. The quality of the translations of the
> books is shockingly uneven. (As a disclaimer of sorts, I am Eastern
> Orthodox myself, and very disappointed with this product.)
> Why would NETS not be good for a group setting? The edition is
> well-printed, and remarkably readable. The introductions may be
> intimidating, but those may be passed by if they're too much for the
> The translation itself is very nice.
> Kevin P. Edgecomb
> Berkeley, California
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