Brian J. Dumont
bdumont at ameritech.net
Mon Jan 28 07:20:17 MST 2008
> BTW how many variants are there?
> There is obviously teh RC and Greek Orthodox way of including the
> apogrypohae into their canon with a whole range of resulting chnages.
> But any other important schemes?
There are some very heavily-used Bibles that have *extremely* different
numbering schemes. As one example, the NAB (New American Bible,
copyright US Conference of Catholic Bishops) is the primary translation
read aloud in RC churches in the USA today. It restructures verse order
in many sections of the OT. See the USCCB's site for one extreme example:
There are lots of instances of more minor restructuring, and if memory
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