Does anyone have any information on whether the Eastern Orthodox Bible (EOB) project is still in the works, or has it been permanently shelved? The website (orthodoxanswers.org) is still up and running, but has not been updated in more than a year. Most Orthodox Christians use the Orthodox Study Bible (OSB) as their translation of choice. While some impressive names are attached to the OSB, and with due acknowledgment being given to its many strengths, the NKJV New Testament and a watered-down "Septuagint" translation have been problematic for some - including myself. I was most impressed with the EOB New Testament (translated from the 1904 text authorized by the ecumenical patriarchate), but am starting to believe that the Septuagint Old Testament will never materialize. The aforementioned website promised publication of the entire Bible as far back as 2009. Perhaps this is due to the OSB's popularity, lack of support/ translators for an alternative effort, or some combination of both. If anyone can provide any illumination on whether the EOB is still in progress, as also any other Orthodox-produced versions of the entire Bible, I would be most appreciative.