3039Re: [lxx] Re: Are there existing Bibles which use the LXX for the O.T.?
- Oct 9, 2008Relatedly, Mr Johnston, the Orthodox Study Bible (both editions)
simply includes the New Testament in the New King James Version. It
was not a new translation at all. Peter is describing the basis of
Kevin P. Edgecomb
Quoting everard johnston <ejohnston105@...>:
> Many thanks to you, Peter.
> Everard Johnston.
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> From: Peter Papoutsis <papoutsis1@...>
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> Sent: Thursday, October 9, 2008 1:50:08 PM
> Subject: Re: [lxx] Re: Are there existing Bibles which use the LXX
> for the O.T.?
> The OSB uses the traditional Textus Receptus Greek New Testament and
> NOT the Official Greek New Testament as authorized by the
> Patriarchate of Constandinople. The Official text and TR are about
> 95% accurate, but have some differences. For example Revelations
> Ch.8:13 reads "Eagle" in the Constandinople Text, but "Angel" in the
> TR Greek New Testament. Certain place names are different between
> the texts, and certain sentence structures are different between the
> two texts that slightly change meaning, as well as different
> section headings and division of verses.
> I'll get you a proper list later tonight. my personal e-mail is
> Papoutsis1@yahoo. com so we can discuss this matter and not get
> Peter A. Papoutsis
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