[Milton-L] Fw:

Mulryan, John JMULRYAN at sbu.edu
Wed Sep 12 09:51:04 EDT 2007

I would recommend the New Oxford Annotated Bible with the Apocrypha and
the Jerusalem Bible, Standard Edition. Both have excellent notes; the
Jerusalem Bible provides a Roman Catholic context and I think the
translation is quite readable. They are both available at surprisingly
low prices from Amazon.com. John Mulryan 

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The problem with the OWC, and indeed with any current copy of the KJV,
is that
there are virtually no notes, and especially none that indicate such
issues as word play or literary structures.  The new Penguin KJV has
notes, but not enough to suit me.  I'm teaching in World Lit the little
of KJV that the Norton includes, and it is again without notes.  I
between using the KJV in my Bible Lit class and other versions.
Currently I'm
using 5 different modern translations that either have good language, or
notes, or both.  I had heard rumors about a forthcoming academic version
of the
KJV with usable notes but it has not yet appeared.  In any case, Milton
more than just the KJV.



Quoting bill hilton <billhiltonmedia at gmail.com>:

> Mike:
> I've got the Oxford World's Classics Edition in front of me. Like you
> it's basically a secular, academic edition of the AV for the general
> student. Edited with notes and introduction by Robert Caroll and
> Prickett. The UK edition is ISBN 0-19-283525-4.
> Best,
> Bill

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