Do Orthodox Christians have a different Bible?
The Bible of the Orthodox Church is the same as that of most Western Churches, except that its Old Testament is based not on the Hebrew, but on the ancient Jewish translation into Greek called the Septuagint.
Is the Orthodox Study Bible accurate?
Many learned people believe that the Septuagint contains more reliable text of the Old Testament than the Masoretic text made by Jewish scribes long after Christianity appeared on the world scene. … So, the Orthodox Study Bible text is the Holy Scriptures almost similar to those used by the first Church.
Is there an Orthodox Bible?
The Orthodox Study Bible (OSB) is an Eastern Orthodox study Bible published by Thomas Nelson. It features an English translation of the St. Athanasius Academy Septuagint for the Old Testament and utilizes the New King James Version for the New Testament.
Is the Catholic Bible different from orthodox?
Churches are divided into two different types; the Catholic church and the orthodox church. Their faith is based on the god-spell of Jesus- the Holy Bible.
Comparison Table Between Catholic and Orthodox.
|Parameters Of Comparison||Catholic Church||Orthodox Church|
|Theology||Catholic theology||Eastern orthodox theology|
What Bible does the Catholic church use?
Roman catholic bible? Catholics use the New American Bible.