By St. Athanasius Academy of Orthodox Theology
The FIRST EVER Orthodox research Bible offers the Bible of the early church and the church of the early Bible.
Orthodox Christianity is the face of old Christianity to the trendy global and embraces the second one greatest physique of Christians on the earth. during this first-of-its-kind learn Bible, the Bible is gifted with remark from the traditional Christian viewpoint that speaks to these Christians who search a deeper event of the roots in their faith.
- Old testomony newly translated from the Greek textual content of the Septuagint, together with the Deuterocanon
- New testomony from the recent King James Version
- Commentary drawn from the early Church Christians
- Easy-to-Locate liturgical readings
- Book Introductions and Outlines
- Subject Index
- Full-color Icons
- Full-color Maps
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In our time people have had ample opportunity to investigate and decide about the Roman Catholic faith, the Baptist, the Lutheran, and so on. But relatively few have taken a serious look at the Orthodox Church. Three specific suggestions will provide those interested with a tangible means of becoming acquainted with Orthodox Christianity on a personal basis. 1. Visit: Look up 舠Orthodox舡 or 舠Eastern Orthodox舡 in the 舠Church舡 section of your Yellow Pages. Ask the whereabouts of the nearest Orthodox parish.
Finally, Daniel writes an apocalyptic or mystical end-time prophecy which is filled with difficult and often obscure signs and symbols. In the Greek LXX, Daniel begins with the heroic story of Susanna and ends with the fascinating account of Bel and the Serpent. These forty-nine God-inspired Old Testament books divided into four sections舒books of the Law, of History, of Wisdom, and of Prophecy舒which serve as an introduction to John the Baptist舗s preparation of the world for the coming of the Messiah, who is Isaiah舗s Suffering Servant, Zechariah舗s Prince of Peace, and the Good Shepherd who lays down His life for the flock.
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The Orthodox Study Bible: Ancient Christianity Speaks to Today's World by St. Athanasius Academy of Orthodox Theology