Knox Bible translation to be online

17 February will be the 125th Birthday of Fr. Ronald Knox, who did that amazing translation of the Bible.

I got a note from the nice people at Baronius Press, who reprinted the Knox Bible recently, that they will be making available the translation to newadvent.org.

Spiffing!

Knox Bible translation to be online
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6 Responses to Knox Bible translation to be online

  1. Magash says:

    Wonderful. Just got the Knox Bible for Christmas this year. I’m using it in my Revelation study, and expect to be reading it a lot over the next 40 days.

  2. VetusMores says:

    JohnE beat me to it.

    The Bible Gateway has been one of my favorite go-to sites since its inception in 1997, or whenever it was. The sheer number of translations and languages available in that one place is astounding. (And there’s a nifty Firefox addon called Bible Toolbar that indexes it!)

  3. RobertK says:

    Father, I wonder if there will be a new “New Advent CD or DVD ROM” in the future, with this translation included along with the Douay Rheims. The New Advent CD ROM has been at $19.00 for quite a while.

  4. CatholicMustardSeed says:

    I bought this bible with great anticipation, based on all the reviews. Unfortunately, I struggled mightily with the language and vocabulary. I found myself having to reread sections 2 or 3 times to understand them. I’m guessing if you don’t have a lot of practice or ear training with this type of vocabulary that it will be harder to get through than what you are use to.

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