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The New English Bible with the Apocrypha (NEB)

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Overview

The New English Bible completed in 1970, was the culmination of more than 20 years’ work by scholars and literary advisers representing the British Isles’ major Protestant churches. An authoritative translation made directly from the best original-text resources available, and founded on all the resources of contemporary scholarship, it presents a clear and natural English version. This authoritative translation will be welcomed by readers and scholars alike.

  • Complete Old and New Testament edition, with the Apocrypha
  • Direct translation from the original Hebrew, Aramaic, Latin, and Greek texts
  • Written in clear, natural English
  • Single column format, with notes and annotations
  • Title: The New English Bible with the Apocrypha (NEB)
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press
  • Volumes: 3
  • Pages: 2,230
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The New English Bible: Old Testament, pt. 1 & 2

  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press
  • Publication Date: 1970
  • Pages: 1,404

Sample Pages: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7

A new translation of the Old Testament from the original Hebrew and Aramaic texts. This work includes an introduction to the OT, notes, and an appendix.

The New English Bible: New Testament

  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press
  • Publication Date: 1970
  • Pages: 464

Sample Pages: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7

A new translation of the New Testament from the original Greek texts. This work includes an introduction to the NT, notes, and an appendix.

The New English Bible: Apocrypha

  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press
  • Publication Date: 1970
  • Pages: 362

Sample Pages: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7

A new translation of the Apocrypha. This collection of histories, romances, devotionals, and discourses bridges the period between the Old and New Testaments.

Reviews

17 ratings

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  1. Logosed

    Logosed

    10 months ago

    55555
  2. Lance Goldsberry

    Lance Goldsberry

    over 2 years ago

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  3. Pierre Babasin

    Pierre Babasin

    over 2 years ago

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  4. malcolm

    malcolm

    over 3 years ago

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  5. Kendall Sholtess

    Kendall Sholtess

    almost 4 years ago

    55555
    This Bible has the most beautiful language of all of them. It is also textually up-to-date with Dead Sea Scrolls readings where they are superior. In my opinion it far outshines the ESV in literary value. As a daily reading Bible, I will really enjoy it.
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  6. MDD

    MDD

    about 6 years ago

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    no such person

    about 6 years ago

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  8. Hal J. Stephens

    Hal J. Stephens

    over 6 years ago

    33333
    When it comes to choosing either the NEB or REB, I like to have REB as a hardcopy (because I don't need a dictionary quite as much). And now that Logos is introducing them both to their library, I'll be going with the NEB for Logos. The richness of the language is great, and many scholars still use it today to compare.
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  9. William Slivkoff

    William Slivkoff

    over 6 years ago

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  10. Allen Bingham

    Allen Bingham

    about 7 years ago

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  12. James Mills Jr.

    James Mills Jr.

    over 7 years ago

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  13. John A. English

    John A. English

    over 7 years ago

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  14. RevSarge

    RevSarge

    almost 8 years ago

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  15. Steve Nicholson

    Steve Nicholson

    almost 8 years ago

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  16. Monroe R Miller

    Monroe R Miller

    almost 8 years ago

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  17. P A

    P A

    over 8 years ago

    55555
    An outstanding translation . A pioneering dynamic equivalent translation that is not bound by tradition and rich in the English language. A good alternative/ comparison Bible
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  18. Ken Sherwood

    Ken Sherwood

    over 8 years ago

    55555
    This is the one version of the Bible that I have been really waiting for on Logos, it's the one I use all the time in printed form, unless I defer to the Amlified Bible for added insight. True, it is not generally popular this side of the pond, but I like it for its fluid reading style, even though it is a bit of a literist's book, that suits me. It is possible to find occasional fault with the translating but, hey, (whisper it quietly), the rumour is that even the A.V. may not be above criticism there! I have frequently sat in a sermon or Bible study and listened to some lengthy explanations of a passage and at the conclusion discovered that all the speaker has eventually done is explained what is written, quite consicely, in my N.E.B. My one fervent hope is that it will be written in English, not American, otherwise I will probably reject it and stick with the printed version! Ken.
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