What is the 'Bible' translated from Hebrew to English from Genesis-Revelation?

I currently know of the Vulgate (from Latin) and the Septuigint, and I realize some terms (typically names) are of foreign origin; but I want it from Hebrew.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    If you're looking for the entire Bible from numerous translations, I would recommend the free download, "e-sword", from the Hebrew, the Greek, the New King James, the Bible in Basic English, the Darby Bible, the Good News translation, the International Standard, etc, for a total of about 27 different translations with maps, commentaries, Bible dictionaries, etc.

    By the way, did I mention that it's free? Once you download it, it runs on your computer with no further need for an internet connection.

  • 1 decade ago

    The Tanakh

    there are a number of Jewish translations of the Hebrew Scriptures such as that of the Jewish Publication Society

    There are whole Christian Bibles (Catholic and Protestant ) in Modern Hebrew

    There are Old Testament Interlinears with Classical Biblical Hebrew and English under each Hebrew word such as Jay P.Green Jr.'s The Interlinear Hebrew-Aramaic Old Testament ( 1985;Hendrickson)

    The New Testament was written in Koine Greek and not in Hebrew, though some pieces may have been originally composed in Aramaic( as were parts of the OT)

    The Latin Vulgate of St Jerome and of later editions is just a translation of the Greek Septuagint

  • David
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago

    There is no Bible translated from Hebrew to English from Genesis to Revelations because portions of the Old Testament were originally written in Aramaic, and the entire New Testament was written in Greek.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    The Bible was written in Hebrew and Aramaic in the Old Testament, which I refer to as the Hebrew Scriptures, and mostly Greek in the "New Testament", which is the Christian Bible. It has been translated into many languages.

    I believe that Aramaic was primarily used for the book of Daniel, and maybe a bit more.

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  • 1 decade ago

    The new testament was not written in Hebrew.

    The Septuagint refers to the first 7 books of the old testament.

    In scholarly terms, the first 5 books of the old testament are known as Pentateuch. In Hebrew, it is called the "Torah".

    The correct term for the Old Testament is the Tanach- which is an acronym for the Hebrew words:

    Teaching, Prophets, and Writings (T, N and Kh in Hebrew)

  • conser
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

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  • BLW
    Lv 5
    1 decade ago

    Scripture was origionally written in Hebrew & Greek

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