George Albert Moore

George Albert Moore(1893-1971) retired as a US Army Colonel in 1945, after serving in both World Wars. He worked as a lawyer and received a Ph.D. in Political Science from Georgetown University in 1947. He says that he has used a 1950 Oxford printed Greek text as his basis, but has compared it line for line with the Vulgate and various other, particularly Roman Catholic, versions. He says he has “tried to achieve an English text that anybody with a grade school education can read and understand.”

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Title: The New Testament A New, Independent, Individual Translation from the Greek by George Albert Moore (Colonel, U.S.A., Rtd.) A.B., A.M., Ph.D. Member of Bar of Maryland (Issued Serially)
Date: 1953
Publisher: The Country Dollar Press: Chevy Chase, Maryland
Contents: New Testament
Description: The work is mimeographed, with some corrections (and filling in of faint impressions) by hand, possibly by the translator.
References: Chamberlin 583-1, Hills 2528, Herbert 2313, Taliaferro-BVE CN00312, Taliaferro-EELBV 7935.
Images: Title page.
Comments: This was issued in an edition limited to 250 copies.


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