A (Nearly) Definitive Review of the Orthodox Study Bible

Our good friend Kevin Edgecomb offers a very insightful review of the complete Orthodox Study Bible in which he addresses important issues of translation, content and binding. If you’re looking for an honest look at this new volume untainted by the euphoria that the appearance of this new publication has caused in some circles, look no further. I know that Kevin has touched on issues that are of great interest to me personally, and surely others will also find his comments to be a necessary, balancing contribution to their final assessment of the complete OSB.

2 responses to “A (Nearly) Definitive Review of the Orthodox Study Bible

  1. That’s very kind of you, Esteban. I am very disappointed in the OSB. I actually held back from mentioning some other drawbacks I’d noticed, but am considering a “part two” to follow.

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