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GENESIS & EXODUS (Greek to English) By ARSENIA R. JOAQUIN
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GENESIS & EXODUS is translated from the Septuagint or LXX (Greek Old Testament) which was translated from the Hebrew language in about 270 B.C. by 70 Israelite elders in Alexandria, Egypt, thru... More > the initiative of King Ptolemy . God used the Hebrew language to write the Old Testament while He used the Greek language for the New Testament. This book is simple, beautiful, easily understood, and a translation that relays the true Word of God. It is in the form of prose to make the reading easy and interesting. Greek words are translated simply into their corresponding English word-equivalents. Transliterations (Greek words adopted into the English language) are indicated in bold words while additional words especially for grammar purposes are written in italics. Names of persons retain their Greek spelling in the nominative case. Names of places generally retain their Greek spelling; only few very popular places use their commonly used names.< Less
GENESIS, EXODUS, LEVITICUS (Greek-English) By ARSENIA R. JOAQUIN
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GENESIS, EXODUS, LEVITICUS (Greek-English) is translated from the Septuagint which was translated from the Hebrew language in about 270 B.C. by 70 Israelite elders in Alexandria, Egypt. God used the... More > Hebrew language to write the Old Testament while He used the Greek language for the New Testament. This book is simple, beautiful, easily understood, and a translation that relays the true Word of God. It is in the form of prose to make the reading easy and interesting. God is mostly the one speaking in this book where our basic knowledge of everything in our life originated. Greek words are translated simply into their corresponding English word-equivalents. Transliterations are indicated in bold letters while additional words especially for grammar purposes are written in italics. Names of persons retain their Greek spelling in the nominative case. Names of places generally retain their Greek spelling; only few very popular places use their commonly used names.< Less
THE WILL BIBLE (Genesis to Iesous) By ARSENIA R. JOAQUIN
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First six books of the Holy Bible translated from the Septuagint or LXX (Greek Old Testament) which was translated from the Hebrew language in about 270 B.C. by 70 Israelite elders in Alexandria,... More > Egypt, thru the initiative of King Ptolemy . God used the Hebrew language to write the Old Testament while He used the Greek language for the New Testament. This book is simple, beautiful, easily understood, and a translation that relays the true Word of God. It is in the form of prose to make the reading easy and interesting. Greek words are translated simply into their corresponding English word-equivalents. Transliterations (Greek words adopted into the English language) are indicated in bold words while additional words especially for grammar purposes are written in italics. Names of persons retain their Greek spelling in the nominative case. Names of places generally retain their Greek spelling; only few very popular places use their commonly used names.< Less
THE WILL BIBLE (Genesis to Iesous) By ARSENIA R. JOAQUIN
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First six books of the Holy Bible translated from the Septuagint or LXX (Greek Old Testament) which was translated from the Hebrew language in about 270 B.C. by 70 Israelite elders in Alexandria,... More > Egypt, thru the initiative of King Ptolemy . God used the Hebrew language to write the Old Testament while He used the Greek language for the New Testament. This book is simple, beautiful, easily understood, and a translation that relays the true Word of God. It is in the form of prose to make the reading easy and interesting. Greek words are translated simply into their corresponding English word-equivalents. Transliterations (Greek words adopted into the English language) are indicated in bold words while additional words especially for grammar purposes are written in italics. Names of persons retain their Greek spelling in the nominative case. Names of places generally retain their Greek spelling; only few very popular places use their commonly used names.< Less
GENESIS, EXODUS, LEVITICUS (Greek-English) By ARSENIA R. JOAQUIN
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GENESIS, EXODUS, LEVITICUS (Greek-English) is translated from the Septuagint which was translated from the Hebrew language in about 270 B.C. by 70 Israelite elders in Alexandria, Egypt. God used the... More > Hebrew language to write the Old Testament while He used the Greek language for the New Testament. This book is simple, beautiful, easily understood, and a translation that relays the true Word of God. It is in the form of prose to make the reading easy and interesting. God is mostly the one speaking in this book where our basic knowledge of everything in our life originated. Greek words are translated simply into their corresponding English word-equivalents. Transliterations are indicated in bold letters while additional words especially for grammar purposes are written in italics. Names of persons retain their Greek spelling in the nominative case. Names of places generally retain their Greek spelling; only few very popular places use their commonly used names.< Less
GENESIS & EXODUS (Greek to English) By ARSENIA R. JOAQUIN
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GENESIS & EXODUS is translated from the Septuagint or LXX (Greek Old Testament) which was translated from the Hebrew language in about 270 B.C. by 70 Israelite elders in Alexandria, Egypt, thru... More > the initiative of King Ptolemy . God used the Hebrew language to write the Old Testament while He used the Greek language for the New Testament. This book is simple, beautiful, easily understood, and a translation that relays the true Word of God. It is in the form of prose to make the reading easy and interesting. Greek words are translated simply into their corresponding English word-equivalents. Transliterations (Greek words adopted into the English language) are indicated in bold words while additional words especially for grammar purposes are written in italics. Names of persons retain their Greek spelling in the nominative case. Names of places generally retain their Greek spelling; only few very popular places use their commonly used names.< Less

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