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Complete Jewish Bible with Notes

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Presenting the Word of God as a unified Jewish book, the Complete Jewish Bible is a translation for Jews and non-Jews alike. It connects Jews with the Jewishness of the Messiah, and non-Jews with their Jewish roots. Includes the entire Old Testament as well as the Jewish New Testament translated by David H. Stern and his revision of the 1917 JPS Tanakh. This translation follows the Hebrew book order, uses Hebrew names and terms, and gives the weekly and holiday readings.

The notes and cross references, and a Glossary are included with the Bible.

See the companion Jewish New Testament Commentary which is available separately.

Complete Jewish Bible
• Translator: David H. Stern
• Publisher: Jewish New Testmaent Publications (1998)

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Complete Jewish Bible with Notes is included with the following packages:

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All-in-All 1017
$36,999.00
Coll12-EngMaster1017
$29,999.00
English Bible add-on Starter11
$239.00

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December 3, 2017  | 10:07 AM   |    Good (4)
The only real deficit is the too modern English.
Having worn out my: Bibel82 (Swedish), Folkbibeln98 (Swedish), Finnish 1933/38 (a 66-book Bible and a NT), Swedish1703, 1865/66 Common English New Testament, NABRE10, NAB91 whole Bible (of which I nowadays only read the OT of my new leather bound zippered copy sans the Psalms), NJB, 1976 GNT 1st Ed., 2004 GNT 3rd Edition UK-English 66-book Bible, CPDV Mt, JB NT, NEB full Bible, REB NT, J.B. Phillips NT, RSV52 (two copies), Complete Biblical Library Study Bible Gn Mt Mk GJn Acts Ro-Cor Gal-Phlmn, and completely worn out my 2007 John Glynn's Commentary and Reference Survey, and only having replaced the latter with a new copy and the REB with a 66-book white leather gilt page-edges Bible, and having also replaced the NAB70 and having a different Ed. (leather, 1992 2nd Ed.) of the GNT, I now order the Complete Jewish Bible in cowhide. The strenghts of the CJB being that it's a though-for-thought translation for the most part, not a Bible ...
The only real deficit is the too modern English.
Having worn out my: Bibel82 (Swedish), Folkbibeln98 (Swedish), Finnish 1933/38 (a 66-book Bible and a NT), Swedish1703, 1865/66 Common English New Testament, NABRE10, NAB91 whole Bible (of which I nowadays only read the OT of my new leather bound zippered copy sans the Psalms), NJB, 1976 GNT 1st Ed., 2004 GNT 3rd Edition UK-English 66-book Bible, CPDV Mt, JB NT, NEB full Bible, REB NT, J.B. Phillips NT, RSV52 (two copies), Complete Biblical Library Study Bible Gn Mt Mk GJn Acts Ro-Cor Gal-Phlmn, and completely worn out my 2007 John Glynn's Commentary and Reference Survey, and only having replaced the latter with a new copy and the REB with a 66-book white leather gilt page-edges Bible, and having also replaced the NAB70 and having a different Ed. (leather, 1992 2nd Ed.) of the GNT, I now order the Complete Jewish Bible in cowhide. The strenghts of the CJB being that it's a though-for-thought translation for the most part, not a Bible for youths, while being accurate for a one-man translation, and some flavour of a culture other than "mine" (if I have a culture, that is), and that it has a single-column layout. Also the paper seems to be opaque enough. The binding of hardcover Editions is great. I'll mark it up good: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/1619708701/ref=sr_1_6_olp?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1512309969&sr=1-6&keywords=complete+jewish+bible
About £70 + shipping, hopefully from a UK-based seller.
I'll wait for the 2016 Edition to come out under some Bible study software.
More mainstream alternatives would be the NIV (I use the 1978 Edition the most) and for very dignified language the REB. But I'm for some part and for a while going to be reading the CJB in parallel with the LB - that the latter is stated as a translation quite freely made will keep me adhered to great actual translations
September 5, 2016  | 10:04 PM   |    Fantastic (5)
If you aren't familiar with the CJB, think of it as a restoration Bible. It takes the names back to base and even (albeit somewhat unnecessarily) subs out certain words for Hebrew. So - it's kind of cool if you're trying to slowly pick up a little Hebrew as well! Wonderful resource.