I like having both new and old testament interlinears in one volume, and the strong numbers can be useful. The biggest flaw for me would be the large size which is effectively that of a small coffee table book. I bought this with the idea of using it as my main Bible to take places, this is a bit big for that. The book could have been a fair deal smaller if they had not included the second English translation in the margins which would have diminished the size by about a third. This second English translation seems quite necessary as I have other Bibles if I need to read a straight English text (like I imagine is the case with most who would buy this book), and only serves to add to the size without adding any real extra benefit. I would recommend, but with reservations.
The interlinear bible is useful for looking up strong's definitions. As for reading the hebrew script, the vowel pointings are sometimes very hard to see... Reading the Greek is good though. There was one page I came across where the strong's numbers were part cut off, though.. Overall, pretty good resource, just could use a little better printing. Thanks.
This is a great resource but the print is SUPER tiny. I can barely read it; but I am no spring chicken either. LoL!
Not to make a pun, but... I can easily see why the print is so small - that being that if the print were any larger then the book would need to be in multiple volumes and would therefore increase the cost of this fine resource.
Other than that it is wonderful. It is heavy and of great size and sits and lays out well on a desk I'm sure (none available here right now).
I've only found one mistake in it so far, one Hebrew word was mistranslated by a hair.
It is not for the novice Bible reader who wants to step into deeper Bible study. It is meat, not milk...not by a long shot.
You can't go wrong if you get this for around $30.00.