Modern Russian New Testament

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Kellogg Family | Forum Activity | Posted: Mon, May 3 2010 9:24 AM

I know that Logos has made the Russian synodal version available and I am really grateful for that. It is however a bit harder to grasp than certain modern versions. In 2000, Biblica finished translating the Slovo Zhisny version, and it would be wonderful if that was made available as well (to buy) for Russian speaking users of Logos.

On the Logos site, under Logos Software for the World, I found this blurb "Help us license Bibles and reference works. You can help us locate electronic source files for Bibles and reference works and provide contact information for publishers and/or copyright holders. We're interested in making resources available, and it's much easier with your help in identifying them, securing permission, and testing them." In light of that, I have looked up the contact infromation for Biblica (which includes it seems a choice to ask about liscencing/copyright if emailing them, or there is also a phone numebr listed to call), which can be found here: http://biblica.com/guestbook/ 

They do have the online bibles available (on biblegateway.com, for example), which means they must have electronic source files somewhere, right? Here is the link to their description of the version: http://biblica.com/bibles/russian/

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