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#1 Timothy Jenney

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Posted 26 August 2016 - 08:25 AM

We've been asked to add a Messianic Bible translation to Accordance. What version would you recommend?


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Posted 26 August 2016 - 09:58 AM

Are Any of the versions available, available as tagged versions?

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Posted 26 August 2016 - 09:59 AM

Sorry, no, not to my knowledge.


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Posted Yesterday, 01:02 AM

Wouldn't the Complete Jewish Bible already count as a Messianic Bible Translation?

The Tree of Life version just recently came out, but I haven't had a chance to actually read from it yet.

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Posted Yesterday, 04:33 AM

Yep - we have Complete Jewish Bible, a hard copy of which I received from a Messianic Jewish friend


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Posted Yesterday, 08:41 AM

Who asked you? What are his/her/their requirements?



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Posted Yesterday, 05:22 PM

Pick up a copy of the Complete Jewish Bible or the Tree of Life Bible. Basically they don't translate certain Jewish words (name of God, shalom, names of the feasts etc. And bring some Jewish elements into the New Testament. A lot of names are translated into how they would be in Hebrew.

Sometimes with the New Testament I think they take things too far, but it is a different way to read familiar stories.

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Posted Yesterday, 08:31 PM

The Complete Jewish Bible is a solid Messianic version edited by well-respected Messianic Jewish scholar David Stern in Jerusalem.  I already have this in Accordance.  But he just released a Complete Jewish Study Bible which I would LOVE to have in Accordance!  The study notes are excellent! :)   



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Posted Today, 01:51 AM

Thanks. Just been to the publishers site and it mentions updated text and looks like there sre study notes for the tanakh.

http://www.hendricks...sh-study-bible/

I am curious what has has been changed in the nt translation and notes and if he is still using the original jps or is using their latest translation.

We also already have the original nt notes in accordance
https://www.accordan...=JNT Commentary
(Not sure why it is only in commentaries and not in the study bible section!)

Personally i find the notes in the jewish annotated nt to be more use than stern's on culture and custom.
https://www.accordan...sh Annotated NT
And the jps study bible is also excellent on that front as well.
https://www.accordan...etails/?pid=JSB

Would probably upgrade to this new stern volume but tree of life also looks interesting.

I have a paper copy of barnstone's the restored new testament which doesnt seem to get a mention anywhere, bought on the spur of the moment.

Edited by ukfraser, Today, 02:01 AM.

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