I purchased a copy of the Orthodox study bible new testament at a greek orthodox church festival a few years ago. I like the food
It only has the New Testament.
A couple interesting things I noticed about it were:
1. it has what appears (to a newbie like me) a good representative collection of kosher daily prayers to be said by Greek orthodox believers.
2. it has a bible reading plan that covers the whole bible (or at least the whole NT?) in one year
I thought these two points might be somewhat interesting for the following reasons.
I think Catholics would probably expect standard daily prayers to be in a Missal rather than in a Bible?
I don't know enough about Greek Orthodox to know if they have such things as Missals (for Mass) or Breviaries (for LOTH)?
I get the vague impression that at least for some of the eastern orthodox (or oriental orthdox), the LOTH may not vary that much from day to day or season to season so perhaps Breviaries would be less important?
I also wonder if there is perhaps a slight difference in emphasis on the ways of bible reading between Latin rite and Greek Byzantine rite in that Catholic Latin might tend to go along with Mass Lectionary more and emphasize less on covering every verse of the bible?