a few weeks ago I inquired about a Coptic version of the Bible. To date, I
have been unable to find one.
Anyone have a clue?
Jim West, ThD
Petros Baptist Church- Pastor
Quartz Hill School of Theology- Adjunct Prof. of Bible
web page- http://web.infoave.net/~jwest
- RE: Coptic Bible
The Lamsa foundation senrt me this message:
"Robert E. Allen, Jr." <aramaic.bible.society@...>
The Aramaic Bible Society, Inc.
Fred P Miller <fmoeller@...>
Dear Fred: There may well be a copy of one here in a few weeks. We have
been promised one! I will file this and tell you about it when I have it
in hand. But remind me a month from now. O.K. Best regards, Bob Allen
if interested write to them directly. FPM
Fred P Miller
For Bible Study Majoring in Isaiah
- <373321a5.bbc1615-@...> wrote:
Original Article: http://www.egroups.com/list/tc-list/?start=5985
> RE: Coptic BibleI understand the Packard Humanities Institute has a cd rom with a coptic text available. I haven't contacted them, but here is their information.
Packard Humanities Institute
300 Second Street, Suite 201
Los Altos, CA 94022
tel: +1 (650) 948-0150
fax: +1 (650) 948-4135
Thomas Pryde III
- There is a Coptic CD available from the "St. Shenouda the Archimandrite
Coptic Society" with the text of the NT in both bohairic and Sahidic, as
well as the surviving fragments from other Coptic versions.
For more information and to order the CD online, go to:
Harold P. Scanlin
United Bible Societies
New York, NY 10023