The Orthodox Study Bible Ebook À Ancient Christianity Speaks to Today's World Þ Danpashley

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The Orthodox Study Bible Ebook À Ancient Christianity Speaks to Today's World Þ Danpashley í ❰PDF / Epub❯ ☉ The Orthodox Study Bible: Ancient Christianity Speaks to Today's World Author Anonymous – The FIRST EVER Orthodox Study Bible preEek text of the Septuagint including the DeuterocanonNew Testament from the New King James VersionCommentary drawn from the early Church ChristiansEasy to Locate liturgical readingsBook Introductions and OutlinesSubject IndexFull color IconsFull color Maps I was going to make this the Bible I read cover to cover this year but it is TERRIBLE Unless you have literally never read scripture encountered no theology ancient or modern and not heard any sort of preaching from any denomination this is the most boneheaded “study” bible one can encounter The notes are on par with seventh grade annotations merely restating the most obvious points you’ve already read as if you have no capacity to interpret anything or giving you insignificant uotes from patristic sources without EVER sharing their source and the translation of the Septuagint sounds almost identical to the NKJV OT How funny then that my criticisms are NOT uniue and actually shared with uite a few Orthodox laity including folks who worked on this Bible and were shocked with what Thomas Nelson churned out as well as Orthodox religious Granted the prayers in the appendix are nice to have and the icons are stunning But the actual Bible itself in terms of notes and translation is woefully underwhelming

Book È Ancient Christianity Speaks to Today's World È Anonymous

S first of its kind study Bible the Bible is presented with commentary from the ancient Christian perspective that speaks to those Christians who seek a deeper experience of the roots of their faithFeatures IncludeOld Testament newly translated from the Gr In the past few years I've been trying to read through a different translation of the Bible each year The Orthodox Study Bible is interesting in that it includes the Apocrypha some neat stuff in there and the OT translation is taken from the Septuagint Greek translation of the Hebrew OT The NT is rather disappointingly the NKJV I found myself scratching my head a few times wondering at NKJV's translation of the Greek The study notes were full of interesting insights from the church fathers and the Orthodox tradition The Orthodox are very concerned to apply all of the Bible in context of worship There were also many helpful comments on the possible typologies in the texts I noticed some notes which seemed to target typical Orthodox errors such as focusing too much on which ethinic tradition one belongs to Russian Greek Syrian etc the necessity of participating in the liturgy and not merely being a bystander I appreciated those notes Some study Bibles can turn into Rah rah for our own tradition and way of doing things While there was plenty of that the editors were not afraid to critiue their own tradition May we all follow their example

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The Orthodox Study Bible Ancient Christianity Speaks to Today's WorldThe FIRST EVER Orthodox Study Bible presents the Bible of the early church and the church of the early BibleOrthodox Christianity is the face of ancient Christianity to the modern world and embraces the second largest body of Christians in the world In thi Love the christological and trinitarian footnotes applied throughout the Old Testament Beautiful iconography The lectionary and MorningEvening prayers are also nice if you need them it's convenient for me to use this Orthodox calendar app I have for those