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July 7, 2015
This is a very useful version of the Greek NT, especially with the UBS4th as a supplement to the N-A 27/28th. The landscape, loose-leaf format lets one see four pages of Greek text at one time, which is very useful for tracking the flow of thought (it appears that the negative reviews miss the point of this format). The margins are ample enough for pencil notes. The loose-leaf format allows easy photocopying of a few individual pages for closer analysis and more detailed marking, but the 8 1/2 x 11 format requires no zooming trial and error on the photocopier, and there are no unsightly binding/margin marks. For the money, wow! The only gripe is that often referred to pages will stress out the punched holes, but there are easy remedies for this. Highly recommended.
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.