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January 7, 2015
This Testament is almost useless. Not because of the content but because of how it is printed. You are forced to open your 3-ring binder up and down rather than like a normal book (side to side). I would not recommend this to an enemy - let alone a friend. This is a huge disappointment. I agree with J. Schott who posted a review on June 11, 2010.
For those who read and use the 4th ed of the Greek NT, this loose leaf edition is a great value and an excellent study tool for research, teaching preparation and comparison in the Greek text of the NT.
This Greek loose-leaf Bible is ridiculous. It makes no sense. The whole idea behind a loose-leaf Bible is that you can put notepaper in between the pages for convenient note taking next to the text (See item WW637550 which I own). This Greek Bible is printed sideways in a landscape orientation; requiring the reader to turn their binder 90 degrees clockwise to read, then 90 degrees counter clockwise to jot down a note, then 90 degrees clockwise to read some moreetc. Who is seriously going to do that? You MUST look at the additional views to see what I mean. Its better to buy a normal Greek NT to read and jot notes in the margins, and to use a regular notebook for making notes. If Hendrickson had printed the Greek text in a normal portrait orientation, THEN it would have been the Greek study Bible bomb!!! As it is, I dont see the point of this publication at all.