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Glory to Jesus Christ!!

I saw in a thread the other day a link to some critiques of the Orthodox Study Bible (which I have) and so I was curious as to which translation our EOC and OOC brothers and sisters use. Is there a particularly "Orthodox" translation that is preferred? I use quotes because I happen to like the OSB even though I've heard that is modeled in a western fasion. I believe the RSV is usually what our Roman Catholic bretheren use, but I've also seen KJV used as well. Anyone can feel free to answer as this question is not limted to just EO and OO.

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The right one is the one you have as long as you read it.

In my Sunday School class which is 6th to 9th grade, we use the NIV. I supplement that with the OSB. At home I generally read a 1611 KJV.


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