The New Testament: a Translation by David Bentley Hart. Yale University Press, 2017. Copyright the author. ISBN-10: 0300186096
This sounds like a very helpful translation in that it seeks to translate somewhat literally. Here's how David Bentley Hart translates Luke 23:50-52:
And look: A man named Joseph, who was a member of the Council, a man good and just—This man had not agreed with the Council and their actions—from Arimathea, a city of the Judaeans, who was awaiting the kingdom of God. Approaching Pilate, this man requested the body of Jesus.
First Things, a journal of religion and public life, founded by Richard John Neuhaus says "the peculiar tang of New Testament Greek comes through with vividness and immediacy."
I'd love to have this available through Logos!
This is one of my favorite Bible translations. I'm so surprised it's not available in Logos yet. Hope it will be soon!