EOB New Testament
About the EOB
A pocket size paperback edition of the Eastern / Greek Orthodox New Testament (EOB). Includes the Introduction to the EOB and the Holy Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John; the Acts of the Apostles, the Letters and the Revelation of John ;the Appendices. Appendix A: Acts 20:28—Presbyters and Bishops Appendix B: Matthew 16:18—Church and Apostles Appendix C: John 1:1 And 18—Jesus as “God” Appendix D: John 15:26—The Filioque Controversy Appendix E: Mark 6:3—The ‘Brothers’ of the Lord Appendix F: Mark 16:9-20 - The Mystery of Mark’s Endings Appendix G: Luke 3:36 – The Second Cainan
About the EOB The EOB New Testament … is based on the official ecclesiastical text published in 1904 by the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople (again documenting all significant variants to the Critical Text, Majority Text and Textus Receptus). It also provides extensive footnotes and Appendices dealing with significant verses such as Matthew 16:18; John 1:1,18; John 15:26. The Patriarchal text was selected on Mount Athos from among a large number of reliable ecclesiastical manuscripts and appears to be identical or similar to Minuscule 1495 (KR subgroup). The main purpose of the EOB is to provide an accurate and easy-to-read English text of the Holy Scriptures that is suitable for use by Orthodox Christian communities and individuals, while providing an outstanding text for scholars.