Eastern/Greek Orthodox Bible: New Testament (EOB)
This new translation of the Patriarchal Greek New Testament (PATr) is both scholarly and easy to read, with articles, appendixes, and relevant footnotes included throughout the text. The Eastern/Greek Orthodox Bible: New Testament (EOB: NT) is an essential part of any library for personal study, scholarly research, devotion, and liturgical use in English-speaking Orthodox churches. This fresh and accessible translation was created within the Orthodox community, and follows the only Greek NT text that has been approved by the Patriarchate of Constantinople for Greek Orthodox churches.
With the Logos edition of EOB: NT, you can understand the Scriptures easier with linked definitions, synonyms, translations, and pronunciation tools. Target any word in the text to discover its original meaning, its Greek roots, and how it’s used both throughout the Scriptures and in other ancient texts. Quick and easy access to maps and charts, as well as definitions and lexical information, allow you to understand historical events like never before. Automatic syncing between devices prevents you from spending time searching for where you left off.
Looking for the original Greek of this text? The Patriarchal Greek New Testament (PATr) is also available.
- Scholarly introduction, noting the differences between the Patriarchal Text and other major editions of the Greek New Testament
- Alternative translations (in the CT and MT) are footnoted, as well as all Old Testament references
- Illustrations and tables throughout
- Introduction to each book or category of literature in the New Testament
- Appendixes on a number of translation issues, such as presbyters and bishops, the Filioque controversy, the “brothers” of the Lord, the longer ending of Mark, and more
- Title: Eastern/Greek Orthodox Bible: New Testament (EOB)
- Publisher: Fr. Laurent A. Cleenewerck
- Editor: Fr. Laurent A. Cleenewerck
- Publication Date: 2013
- Pages: 724
About Laurent A. Cleenewerck
Laurent A. Cleenewerck was ordained to the priesthood by the Patriarchate of Constantinople in 2004, and has been serving in the Orthodox Church in America since 2007. He holds degrees from the Institut Saint Serge of Paris, Ukrainian Catholic University, and Saint Gregory Nazianzen Orthodox Institute. He is also the author of His Broken Body—Understanding and Healing the Schism between the Roman Catholic and Orthodox Churches and editor of the (forthcoming) Catechism of the Orthodox Faith. Fr. Laurent teaches at the university level and resides with his family in Northern California.