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#1 Timothy Jenney

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Posted Yesterday, 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 Yesterday, 09:58 AM

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

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#3 Timothy Jenney

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Posted Yesterday, 09:59 AM

Sorry, no, not to my knowledge.


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Posted Today, 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 Today, 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 Today, 08:41 AM

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



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Posted Today, 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 Today, 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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