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Postby Emek Ben Mayim » Thu Nov 18, 2010 12:41 pm

I read your earlier post about what your suggestion for a Bible to be. I have recently began to enjoy the Stone edition of the Chumash and have ordered a Stone edition of the Tanach from Artscroll. (My family celebrates Christmas so it will be a gift from my inlaws.) Is there a Brit Ha'dasha edition that follows those same lines as the aforementioned Tanach? If so, what would it be?
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Re: Earlier post about Bibles

Postby admin » Wed Nov 24, 2010 3:29 am

Emek Ben Mayim wrote:I read your earlier post about what your suggestion for a Bible to be. I have recently began to enjoy the Stone edition of the Chumash and have ordered a Stone edition of the Tanach from Artscroll. (My family celebrates Christmas so it will be a gift from my inlaws.) Is there a Brit Ha'dasha edition that follows those same lines as the aforementioned Tanach? If so, what would it be?



There is no Hebrew New Testament (brit chadashah) that would include English notes and drash, such as you see with the Artscroll Tanakh, though that would be wonderful.. Even better would be a Koine Greek NT with running English commentary and translation notes. Alas, I do not know of any such resource, except perhaps for the "Reader's Greek NT" (http://www.amazon.com/Readers-Greek-New ... 978&sr=8-1). ZOndervan also makes a Reader's Hebrew Bible (http://www.amazon.com/Readers-Hebrew-Bi ... pd_sim_b_1). It should be noted, however, that neither of these products can compare to the Artscroll's Chumash or Tanakh in terms of beauty, ease of use, and meticulous scholarship...

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