Latin Testament Project - John G. Cunyus

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Title: The Audacity of Prayer. A Fresh Translation of the Book of Psalms. Translated [into contemporary English] by John G. Cunyus (English Edition)
Date: © 2009 by John G. Cunyus
Publisher: Glen Rose TX (U.S.A.): Searchlight Press,
Contents: Paperback, 228 pages. Psalms 1 - 150, Ps. 151 added as footnote; Chapter numbering acc. to the Vulgate. Latin text used from "The Latin Vulgate, Biblia Sacra Iuxta Vulgatam Versionem", 4th revised Ed., edited by Roger Gryson, © 1994 Deutsche Bibelgesellschaft, Stuttgart. Foreword written by Rev. Joseph Harker. John G. Cunyus wrote in »About the Project« the grounds for his »translation from a translation«. - Scripture text printed verse- wise, titles included. Few Annotations.
Images: Cover, Title page
Location: Collection Bibelarchiv- Birnbaum, Karlsruhe, Baden. Germany.
Comments: "The Latin Testament" Project includes presently these titles: The Way of Wisdom (Job, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, Song of Solomon). Daniel and Minor Prophets. Latin Torah. Latin Nevi'im. Mark. Luke - Acts, Romans, Pastoral and General Epistles. See www.searchlight-press.com

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Title: The Latin Torah. Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deutronomy. English Edition with Commentary. Translated by John Cunyus

Date: © 2010 by John G. Cunyus. Proof Edition, October 20, 2010. First Edition January 1, 2011

Publisher: Dallas, TX (U.S.A.): Searchlight Press

Contents: Roman Catholic translation: Paperback octavo 468 pp. Five Books of Moses according to the Vulgate. Guideline: How to Pray the Scriptures. Introduction to Pentateuch. Scripture texts in 2 columns with annotations.

Language: English only or Latin/ English

Images: Cover, Title page
Location: Collection Bibelarchiv- Birnbaum, Karlsruhe, Baden. Germany

Comments: Underlying Vulgate Edition see: »Psalms«. Cunyus maintains that the destruction of the Temple in 587 B.C. precipitated the emerge of the written Torah, which may have existed at least in parts and oral traditions prior to the devastation of Solomon‘s Temple. - Key words are printed in Hebrew script, translated and explained. Texts presented verse- wise.


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