We do not believe that the Greek Septuagint is perfect. Indeed, we’ve found many obvious errors. However, overall we consider the Greek to be more reliable. By comparing the two main families of Greek and Hebrew (with the occasional look at the Samaritan Pentateuch, Aramaic Targums, and ancient writers who quote the Bible), we can arrive at what is probably the original text.
This page is currently being prepared. It will eventually list all differences between the two source text families. Last updated June 2021.
The Bible text and translator notes are public domain. Everything else is either copyright to their respected owners (all rights reserved), or available under a Creative Commons license. Our Bible text, translator notes, and commentaries use CamelCase for Biblical names. Our official websites are 2001.bible, 2001translation.org, and 2001translation.com.