Orthodox Bibles and Bible Reference (55)
With so many English New Testaments on the market, which version is most faithful to the original Greek? How do you choose one that reflects Orthodox perspective and theological content? Two Orthodox monasteries, labored seven years, with a committee of contributors, to present this fully illustrated Orthodox translation, which has been diligently compared against the original Greek text, the authorized version (1912) of the Patriarchate of Constantinople, and the King James Version. There was no compromise of accuracy and reliability in this brand-new translation which echoes the rhythms and idioms of the original Greek. This promises to be an enriched reading experience that gives you an in-depth understanding of God`s word, answering commonly asked textual and theological queries for vital and penetrating insights into God`s word.
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This book is the second volume published in the series of the Epistles of St. Paul. These works are the standard Orthodox Christian commentaries on the New Testament, condensing the wisdom of the Church since the time of the early church fathers. This volume incorporates an expansion of Blessed Theophylact’s work by St. Nicodemus of the Holy Mountain, an 18th century saint who speaks with the same voice as his predecessors.
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