Posted 14 December 2008 - 01:14 PM
Posted 24 December 2008 - 08:14 AM
Occasionally I see a reference to an on-going translation of the Holy Scriptures being produced by St. Vladimir's Seminary. Does anyone have a progress report, and does anyone know the extent to which the Slavonic text is being used? Thanks in advance.
Are you referring to the Orthodox Study Bible that they just released a few months ago? I have some wondeful Green hard-cover books they produce ... they take something scriptural and give Church father comentaries on the related passage - in English! There are a few available my favourite is the one for the Psalms and the Isaiah.
Posted 26 December 2008 - 01:36 PM
Have you heard anything else about it, Christophoros, other than that the project exists? I'd be curious to know too. Since the OCA uses "liturgical English," would the translation be done along those lines?
I can't say I know anything about the SVS work, except it has been mentioned by a handful of scholars as an ongoing project. There is also an edition being prepared by Holy Transfiguration Monastery (translators of the Great Horologion) that is also in the works, along with a handful of others.
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