The Bible in Its Traditions

Dear Friends,

From Jerusalem, happy Feast of the Annunciation! It is with great joy that we announce the launch of the BibleArt application, a new annotated translation of the Bible.

Discover BibleArt


Why BibleArt?

BibleArt emanates from the great biblical, cultural and interdisciplinary platform of The Bible in its Traditions, which for several years now has been connecting researchers and artists with the general public, to give them access to the latest range of academic research or cultural creations inspired by the Bible.

It also provides useful material for scholars who need to address biblical cultures.


The result of the School’s reflection, BibleArt offers:

  • Free content accessible to all thanks to its digital format.
  • A new translation of the Bible into modern French, arranged entirely in “verse” as St. Jerome intended.
  • The implementation of a new art of translation that preserves the strangeness of the biblical text.
  • It is enriched with thousands of multimedia content across multiple disciplines, offering a diverse and immersive experience.

The easy-to-use app is also interactive: each user is encouraged to suggest improvements, thus contributing to the reliability and cultural richness of this annotated bible.

A huge thank you in advance for your help,

Brother Olivier-Thomas Venard, OP
and Brother Lukasz Popko, OP
Professors at the French Biblical and Archaeological School of Jerusalem

with the Editorial Board


P.S.: share the news!

You are close to the École biblique, which is why, if you like BibleArt, we are counting on you to disseminate it to as many people as possible.

If you’d like to share the news with your network, download this communication kit to make it easier to spread BibleArt. It contains various visuals and graphic elements, links to explanatory videos as well as a presentation text.


 

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