How does the Orthodox Christian Bible differ from that of the Roman Catholic and Protestant Bibles?
There is only one Bible used among all Christians. Now, that said, not all Christians use the same translations. The original books that make up the Bible were written in various ancient languages, primarily Hebrew and Greek. Most modern Christians do not know these languages, let alone the ancient versions. However, direct translation is tough. Even between modern languages, there is some significant interpretation between them. So when you factor in decades of changes, the interpretation becomes more challenging. In addition, different interpretations were written at different points in history. This is reflected in the version of the Bible. Just compare the old English King James Version to the modern English in the New International Version. In addition, some groups related to Judaism use additional or different materials. Islam’s Allah is the same as the Jews Jehovah. They acknowledge Jesus as a prophet, but they believe the true central person between men and God is Muhammad. The