Septuagint with Apocrypha-PR-Greek/English
  • Septuagint with Apocrypha-PR-Greek/English
  • Septuagint with Apocrypha-PR-Greek/English
  • Septuagint with Apocrypha-PR-Greek/English
  • Septuagint with Apocrypha-PR-Greek/English
ISBN: 0913573442
EAN13: 9780913573440
Language: English
Pages: 1408
Dimensions: 2.1" H x 9.3" L x 6.3" W
Weight: 2.75 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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   Excellent Greek and English Edition of the Septuagint
After reading through the New Testament in Greek, I wanted to go back and read the Old Testament as well. I really like the look and feel of the book, and I think it's well made, he said. I prefer the two column format used here because it allows for reading through the Greek smoothly, without visual interruption, but still has the English for quick reference. It follows the Greek closely and fairly literally, which helps when trying to follow the English by way of comparison.
   Was exactly what we needed!!
It is exactly what we needed and wanted, Raymond said. It was a birthday present for my daughter-in-law that she really liked it. The product arrived quickly and was well packaged, Mr. Dhaliwal said. Thanks for the support!
   I love the book....BUT
The book was shipped in a plastic envelope, and the boy was beaten up. It's a hard cover, the corners were bent and the top was bent in, he said. The book was in perfect condition when I picked it up, but shipping messed up a perfectly good book. The Supreme Court has rejected an appeal by Melbourne lawyer Paul LiCalsi to reinstate his client's conviction.
How many times have you seen in the margin of the New Testament a reference to the writers' commentary, but come to find out, the OT reference just doesn't say the same thing? I have learned that the English Bibles are different from the Septuagint, which is the exact translation of the Scriptures that the New Testament writers read, studied, and commentaried from, not our King James or other English versions. Paul and Peter are the only two characters in the entire story who are not mentioned in the Septuagint. It makes more sense, I think. As a Greek student, the precision of the language is refreshing, as Hebrew is a lot more ambiguous, as is English. When I am immersed in any study of the Bible, I keep The Stone Edition of the Chumash alongside the Septuagint and the Jewish Annotated New Testament.
   but the publishers try to promote their own ideas on issues best left to the reader (for instance the inclusion or ...
The book is well produced and bound physically, but the publishers try to promote their own ideas on issues best left to the reader.. The book is also not printed with the book of Daniel, but separate, at the back of the bible as an addendum. Rather, it is an intentionally edited version of the Septuagint, to look the same as the modern bible and to hide the differences.
   Happy with this purchase!
This book is by far the best. Comparing the Septuagint passages with KJV passages is insightful. The heart of the righteous studieth to answer, but the mouth of the wicked poureth out evil things. The heart of the righteous meditates on the Lord's commandments. The Lord's mouth, the ungodly, answers all your calls. Through them, even enemies become friends.
   65 pages missing
The front pages are missing, as is the back of the book. The book is missing the entire set of Psalms.
   Not accurate.
When comparing the book of Job with the Biblical story of Noah, they removed behemoth and leviathan, calling the latter a great whale and the latter a great elephant. In Job, those two creatures describe what we call dinosaurs in which would jive with creation but by removing them it pushes the evolutionary agenda forward.
Brent translated the Septuagint and I can find the verses online, but when I look them up in the book it skips over them. Some people complain about the same thing. The first verses I wanted to analyze between what I've read and this version, I turned to and behold it was missing. Only in the past few weeks have I read the entire book. Leaving things out is not good. I can't trust what I read here.
   Print Too Small to Read
Had I known how small the book was, I would not have ordered it. Very small for random browsing. The problem is, too many students just don't have the space to study.