Perhaps I should have explained, the Biblia Sacra that I picked up was the
Louvain Rescension - 1590. The font is, on a good day, smaller than 6 point
and not user friendly. So much for my feeble Latin voyage into the

-------Original Message-------

Date: Tuesday, October 29, 2002 8:58:20 PM
Subject: Re: [ZION] Study Bible in Hebrew, Greek, etc.

A good Latin Bible (the Vulgate version, naturally) is Biblia Sacra Latina,
as the Sistine Version (because it was commissioned by Pope Sixtus V and
reworked a bit under Clement VIII. My version was published by Samuel
Bagster &
Sons, and as usual, I got it at the Canadian Bible Society (we have a good
of the CBS that's right on the edge of the U of Alberta campus), but most
Christian bookstores will carry it. It uses modern Roman script, so isn't
hard to

Noel Bennion wrote:

> Geoff,
> I use the Interlinear Bible by Jay P. Green with the The Strongest Strongs
> Concordance. The Interlinear Bible by Green comes in two flavors; there is
> a 4 volume set that doesn't have the Strong numbers in it and there is a
> volue set that does. I had both and ended up selling the 4 volume set
> because I liked having the Strongs information in the book. Both sets use
> what I believe is called the literal translation of the bible, somewhat
> different than the KJV.
> You just have to have good eyes or a good pair of glasses to use it. While
> this approach doesn't necessarily teach you the language fundamentals, it
> does give you insights into the Hebrew and Greek word applications.
> I have picked up an old Latin bible and a basic teach yourself Latin book
> and got thoroughly annoyed because challenge of reading the old latin text

> Noel
> -------Original Message-------
> Date: Tuesday, October 29, 2002 5:00:36 PM
> Subject: [ZION] Study Bible in Hebrew, Greek, etc.
> Hello,
> Does anyone know of an accurate study Bible in the original Hebrew and
> Greek? I would like to learn more about those biblical languages and I
> figure that this is the way to do it. However, I am unsure of which
> Bible to purchase. There are different interlinear ones, but what I am
> looking for doesn't necessarily have to be interlinear.
> I wouldn't mind something that included Latin or Aramaic as well. There
> was such a book that one of the Church Father's put together, but the
> name of it escapes me. Does something like that exist today?
> Thank you for your input,
> Geoff

///  ZION LIST CHARTER: Please read it at  ///
///      ///


Reply via email to