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In general, English Bible translation has been less central and not as widespread among Jews as among Christians (the latter having produced dozens of modern translations and versions in English along with sets of initials to distinguish them). This is partially due to the fact that English became the major spoken language among Jews only in the era since the Holocaust, jewish bible commentary. Before then, even Jews in English-speaking countries were still part of an immigrant culture to a large extent, which meant that they could either understand the Hebrew Bible in its original language to a certain degree or, if they required a translation, were still not fully comfortable in English. Many translated Bibles and prayer books from before the Holocaust were still in Yiddish, even those published in countries like the United States.
A further reason that English Bible translation is less central to Jews than Christians is that often, those Jews who study the Bible regularly still do so, to a greater or lesser extent, in its original language, as it is read in the synagogue. Even those who require translations often prefer a bilingual edition. Nevertheless, complete jewish bible translations of the Bible to English have become far more widespread, especially since the 1980s, jewish bible english, and been made available in numerous complementary versions and styles
THE LIVING TORAH: Remember the Sabbath day to keep it holy. You can work during the six weekdays and do all your tasks. But Saturday is the Sabbath to God your Lord. Do not do anything that constitutes work, messianic jewish bible.
SAMSON RAPHAEL HIRSCH: Remember the Sabbath day to sanctify it, jewish bible dictionary. Six days shall you serve and do all your [creating] work, and the seventh day is a Sabbath to God, orthodox jewish bible, your God. On it you shall not perform any kind of [creating] work offline.
ARTSCROLL: Remember the Sabbath day to sanctify it. Six days shall you work and accomplish all your work, the jewish bible audio; but the seventh day is Sabbath to HASHEM, your God; you shall not do any work, jewish study bible.
SCHOCKEN: Remember / the Sabbath day, to hallow it. / For six days, you are to serve, and are to make all your work, / but the seventh day / is Sabbath for YHWH your God: / you are not to make any kind of work hindi.
1985 NEW JPS TANAKH: Remember the Sabbath day and keep it holy. Six days you shall labor and do all your work, but the seventh day is a Sabbath of the LORD your God: you shall not do any work....
1917 OLD JPS TANAKH: Remember the sabbath day, to keep it holy. Six days shalt thou labour, and do all thy work: But the seventh day is a sabbath unto the LORD thy God, in it thou shalt not do any manner of work...
This article lists many Jewish translations with short descriptions (and sometimes with links to fuller, in-depth articles about specific translations)