The New English Bible with the Apocrypha



Preface to The New English BibleThe Old Testament Introduction to the Old Testament Guide to the Notes Marginal Numbers TextsThe Apocrypha Introduction to the Apocrypha Marginal Numbers TextsThe New Testament Introduction to the New Testament Marginal Numbers Texts Best Download The New English Bible with the Apocrypha by Samuel Sandmel For Kindle ePUB or eBook – tiffanydaniels.co.ukThe New English Bible with the Apocrypha

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  • Paperback
  • 1726 pages
  • The New English Bible with the Apocrypha
  • Samuel Sandmel
  • English
  • 03 April 2017
  • 0195297105

10 thoughts on “The New English Bible with the Apocrypha

  1. says:

    I read this entire book, except for the apocrypha, because it wasn t part of my bible reading plan I may return to read it another year The translation is helpful, as it is a fresh translation that is not worded the same way as the KJV RSV ESV line of translations However, I didn t find that the translations were superior to those traditional bibles, maybe out of my own snobbery The book is very readable, however the edition I used was very thick and had very minimal references and notes on I read this entire book, except for the apocrypha, because it wasn t part of my bible reading plan I may return to read it another year The translation is helpful, as it is a fresh translation that is not worded the same way as the KJV RSV ESV line of translations However, I didn t find that the translations were superior to those traditional bibles, maybe out of my own snobbery The book is very readable, however the edition I used was very thick and had very minimal ref...

  2. says:

    I m reading the Old Testament straight through for the fourth time Right now, I m on Psalm 51 I m always amazed at the richness of this book the beautiful and the horrific, the inspiring and the intolerable, the flawed heroes and the sympathetic non believers As of November 21, I m up to Isaiah 46 Both God s frustration and His love for His people is palpable I m really into the wonderful metaphors of Hebrew poetry so gritty and evocative Dec 4 Finished chapter 4 of Jeremiah.Dec 28 u I m reading the Old Testament straight through for the fourth time Right now, I m on Psalm 51 I m always amazed at the richness of this book the beautiful and the horrific, the inspiring and the intolerable, the flawed heroes and the ...

  3. says:

    I read the New Testament and just finished the Apocrypha.

  4. says:

    This is an odd translation Its stated purpose is that a translation of the Bible be made in the language of the present day The work was begun in 1946 This edition was published in 1970 It was done under the auspices of nine British denominations and two Bible societies Much of the translation is certainly present day English of a decidedly British type But in other ways, the aura of the KJV remains Thee and thou and thine remain in the language of prayer One suspects that this This is an odd translation Its stated purpose is that a translation of the Bible be made in the language of the present day The work was begun in 1946 This edition was published in 1970 It was done under the auspices of nine British denominations and two Bible societies Much of the translation is certainly present day English of a decidedly British type But in other ways, the aura of the KJV remains Thee and thou and thine remain in the language of prayer One suspects that this is odd combination is a result of the fact that the supporting denominations were theologically liberal, yet liturgically conservative There are some striking translations For example 1 Timothy 6 4, which in the ESV reads, he is puffed up with conceit and understands nothing is rendered in the NEB as, I call him a pompous ign...

  5. says:

    I picked up a copy of The New English Bible for the two semester bible sequence taught by Grinnell College s chaplain, Dennis Haas, along with the Revised Standard Version, the King James, the Masoretic Text and The Jerusalem Bible For class we referred to the RSV, but, because of its superior notes and marginalia, I actually read The Jerusalem at home from cover to cover The others were for purposes of comparison and exegetical writing exercises.The New English has poor notes, but some may li I picked up a copy of The New English Bible for the two semester bible sequence taught by Grinnell College s chaplain, Dennis Haas, along with the Revised Standard Vers...

  6. says:

    My favorite Bible is still the KJV because it seemspoetic This Bible has some interesting wording that sometimes made me have to look up the interpretation from the Greek or Hebrew Oddly enough, it was spot on, but it is different than some of the wording in other Bibles This was also my first time to read the Apocrypha very interesting The Maccabees were especially interesting this time because it deals with some of the history of what went on in Jerusalem between the end of the Old My favorite Bible is still the KJV because it seemspoetic This Bible has some interesting wording that sometimes made me have to look up the interpretation from the Greek or...

  7. says:

    This is a modern attempt to re translate the bible from original sources, includingrecently uncovered sources such as the Dead Sea Scrolls, intomodern not slang English The work was directed by representatives of various Churches of Great Britain and Ireland The book is informative easy to read, illuminating many areas of the scriptures it is delightful to see how their translations parallel the passages of Joseph Smith s Inspired Translation This book is a great asset to This is a modern attempt to re translate the bible from origina...

  8. says:

    I would have given it five stars if not for the ancient english used in the Old Testament when people were talking to God Can t imagine the reasoning behind that I ve had this translation for a long time, but never read...

  9. says:

    Prior to the publication of The New English Bible, I had only had the King James Translation available to me This translation retains the beauty of the language of the King James Version with the clarity of modern English The book of Psalms is particularly wonderful in its ...

  10. says:

    The Bible is one of the two books that I am always currently reading This is the only one I m listing on my shelf of all time favorites , because it is my all time favorite translation It has an easy readable style with natur...

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